Annie is preparing food for a Traffic Protest street party and Bridget walks in. She has been charged with organising some building work for Eunice. Annie has been given a precious piece of furniture from her grandmother. Nick arrives — dressed as an airline pilot. He has a part in a play in Paris. Hector helps him learn his lines. Bridget goes into work, and orders the builders to start work in Eunice’s flat but the builders were supposed to be working at Channel 9. Eunice announces that she will be staying with Bridget and Annie until the work is finished. She is a very demanding guest but Bridget doesn’t want to lose her job so has to accept it. The director of the play calls Nick to say that one of the actresses is ill. Nick says he knows the perfect replacement and offers Hector a free ticket to Paris. They arrive in Paris and Nick announces to Hector that he is to play the part of the air stewardess. Back in London, Eunice has given Annie’s grandmother’s chest a new look, by painting it orange. On the return flight from Paris, the pilot and co-pilot become ill, so Nick flies the plane. Bridget receives a call to say the builders have finished in Eunice’s flat. The girls are delighted but when they return to their flat they find that Eunice has decided that she wants to stay. Nick and Hector arrive back. Eunice is impressed with Nick in his uniform, so the girls manage to get rid of Eunice after all as she takes Nick back to her flat.
About the Series:
Extr@ is a language-learning sitcom broadcast in many countries. The success and innovation of the series is that it combines real learning with a genuinely entertaining, sophisticated and sometimes risque sitcom format that appeals to the ‘Friends’ generation. Two young women share a flat in the city. They have a neighbor who fancies himself, and one of the women. She doesn’t return his affection, but her flatmate does. Their landlady has very strict guidelines for the tenants and she regularly checks up on them. Into the mix comes a naive outsider from another culture.
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