Boomers season 2←Boomers season 1
When a person reaches adulthood he is very difficult sometimes painfully reconstructed the state of maximum activity and intense activity in a gradual reduction limitation due to the fact that extinguished the old forces and there is an objective materiality to give way for a new generation. Some faint idea of themselfes life during this period. Some believe that for them comes a process of decay, extinction, infirmity, illness ... Others believe the opposite arguing that for them new opportunities and a more interesting life. Of course retirement is a sharp turn in the life of man gives way to a change in the rhythm and content of existence the change of social status. In this case the person begins to perceive himself not as before and his new life is not always satisfied. The retirement age is an idea of helplessness, insecurity, disease, repetitive monotony of everyday life in front of the TV or in the park. The main characters of the series Boomers are also concerned about their impending retirement. They are struggling to not give in to emotions which give rise to thoughts associated with entering into a new life. They really want to delay this process and live as before. The second season of the popular series will continue to focus on the ups and downs of three couples.
Boomers season 2 episodes list:
The three couples are returning from the Christmas markets in Cologne, but at the Channel Tunnel incorrect tickets, a looming strike and rude novelty Santas all spell disaster.
The friends head to a campsite, where the boys get into trouble on a bike ride.
Alan's in mid loft clear-out, having hired a skip for the purpose, when new couple Matt and Seb pop by to invite them to their housewarming party that night. Despite Alan's natural inclination to say no to a social invitation, Joyce is keen to be welcoming to the new neighbours so accepts on their behalf. The party is in full flow when our gang arrive. John - having confessed to Alan that he's catnip to gay men - instead immediately attracts the attentions of Matt and Seb's house dog Becks, much to Alan's amusement. Carol's keen to leave early as she and Trevor are coming to the end of a period of sexual lent, which has raised Trevor's anxiety levels to an all time high. Maureen's just excited to be at a 'real gay party' - she used to be a regular at all the clubs back in the day - but Joyce has told her to keep a lid on it, as she doesn't want anyone thinking they're old fogies with outdated notions 'of the gay scene'. Meanwhile, Alan's spotted one of Joyce's old bedside tables that he had recently thrown out and thinks his hosts have stolen it, which they deny. Unconvinced, Alan tells John he's going to steal it back and enlists his help. But it turns out nicking your own stuff back off your neighbours is more complicated than you might think.