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Going Forward season 1
The new comedy series titled «Going Forward» recently released in the world is based on the events of the script writer and actress Jo Brand which herself plays a major role - Kim Wilde. She will appear in the image of industrious worker health care center with a salary slightly above the minimum but with a rather busy schedule of unpaid overtime. Her employment can only be compared with her husband Dave (Omid Djalili) is a private driver who in the morning until late at night fights with grumpy customers and talkative friend Terry (Tom Davis) to reduce the endless hours of waiting. If we add to the above still sick mother, three children, a dog and his sister Jackie planning to understand all in one fell swoop the picture of contemporary British family life will be complete. See three of the exciting comedy series about a family emergency worker and driver which are constantly worried about people's lives often forgetting about themselves and not thinking about what their daily work borders on heroism.
Going Forward season 1 episodes list:
Welcome to the Wilde family. Kim has burnt her uniform, Dave cannot understand his wage slip, and son Max is missing school again to look after daughter Poppy. With Dave pondering a return to Iraq and no money left in the money jar, it is left to Kim's sister Jackie, aided by a damp patch and an unfinished extension, to suggest a simple plan to sort things out. Helping out with advice is fellow chauffeur Terry, with a view on everything and his own free-life tutoring course on offer. With the Picasso playing up and dog, baby and son in tow, Kim calls in the cavalry before outsource providers Buccaneer 2000 ('we care about your healthcare') can find out and dock her pay.
Time's passed by, the bungalow has been sold and the money split, but with mother's health taking a turn for the worse Kim and Jackie have had to put their escape plans on hold. Worse follows as the true cost of mum's stroke emerges and the dreaded question of care costs are raised. With Jacks in tow as she does her rounds, Kim opens her sister's eyes to a less-than-rosy life of drip stands and incontinence pads as she rushed to keep up with her appointments. At the airport, Dave and Tel enjoy a more leisurely way of life as they kill yet more time waiting for clients and putting the world to rights. Kelly's missed spelling bee offers mixed blessings, with Dave left in a dilemma and Iraq back on the agenda. The satnav has the final word.
Son Ryan's decision to return home to save cash looks premature, as the family's fortunes pick up following more grim news from the hospital. Money worries lifted, Kim and Dave's new freedom is somewhat undermined by developments at work, which see Dave engaged in a unique dirty protest and Kim taking on the Buccaneer 2000 empire. A face from the past and talk of a spin class do little to calm things down, as a patient provides an unwelcome farewell gift to send Kim on her way to an uncertain future. Back home, Ryan's half-baked chicken alaska sets the scene for a showdown as Kim and Jackie's long-brewing collision course finally ends in fireworks. Insults traded, it's back to dirty nappies, dog sick and the much-discussed job in Iraq