White Van Man is a knockabout comedy sitcom with a warm heart about a reluctant handyman. Ollie is an aspiring restaurateur whose dreams are dashed when his father suffers a heart attack and he has to take over the family painting and decorating business. The story follows the enthusiastic Ollie, who along with his disastrous co-worker, encounter comedy chaos behind each of their customer's front doors.Episodes Comprise:Ollie's First Day: Giving up dreams of running his own restaurant, Ollie has taken over the handyman business from his ailing dad, Tony (Clive Mantle: Vicar of Dibley). His first day on the job, Ollie quickly finds himself out of his depth, driven up the wall by his incorrigible assistant Darren (Joel Fry: The Impressions Show) and alienating every client he works for, even getting embroiled in a paternity case. In the midst of it all he runs into an old crush, Emma (Georgia Moffett: Dr Who) and what with everything on his plate, he manages to make an utter fool of himself in front of her.Turf: Ollie decides it's time to modernise the family business and kicks into marketing overdrive to promote Curry & Sons Home Maintenance. His flyering campaign starts bringing in trade nicely but little does he know they are ruffling some shady feathers. Things really kick up a gear when he discovers that his assistant Darren (Joel Fry: The Impressions Show) has been up all night playing violent online games with web designer called Kat (Joanna Page: Gavin & Stacey).The Stand: When Jeremy (Rufus Wright: Quantum of Solace) refuses to pay the full amount for a bathroom fitting, Ollie blocks his driveway with the van, refusing to move unless Jeremy coughs up the full amount. This act of rebellion starts to get the attention of the local community. Meanwhile Darren (Joel Fry: The Impressions Show) breaks his friend Irene (Deddie Davies: The Catherine Tate Show) out of an old people's home and promptly loses her.The Morning After: Darren (Joel Fry: The Impressions Show) wakes up with a dreadful hangover next a beautiful naked woman with no clue as to how he got there. When he sneaks out he finds his boss, Ollie about to knock at the front door ready for their day's work fitting a fireplace in the very house Darren was trying to leave. Meanwhile Emma (Georgia Moffett: Dr Who) finds herself in serious trouble with her financier, Ian (Dexter Fletcher: Hotel Babylon).Honest: When Ollie finds his dad, Tony (Clive Mantle: Vicar of Dibley) trying to rustle up work in a suspect manner, he decides to draw a line make sure the business runs by the book from now on. Almost immediately Emma (Georgia Moffett: Dr Who) convinces him to break into an Estate Agents for her with the help of the local burglar Ricky (Blake Harrison: The Inbetweeners). Meanwhile Darren attempts to swap a blind woman's sofa with one he stained at his brother's flat.Beginnings & Ends: Something is up with Ollie. He and Darren (Joel Fry: The Impressions Show) are building a wardrobe for Albert (Brian Murphy: George & Mildred) in a small room and tempers begin to flare. Before long it seems everyone Ollie knows is revealing secrets, leaving him with a big decision to make.
The complete seven seasons of the US comedy drama, plus the four-part revival series, 'A Year in the Life', following the relationship between 30-something single mother Lorelai (Lauren Graham) and her daughter, Rory (Alexis Bledel). Season 1 episodes are: 'Pilot', 'The Lorelais' First Day at Chilton', 'Kill Me Now', 'The Deer Hunters', 'Cinnamon's Wake', 'Rory's Birthday Parties', 'Kiss and Tell', 'Love and War and Snow', 'Rory's Dance', 'Forgiveness and Stuff', 'Paris Is Burning', 'Double Date', 'Concert Interruptus', 'That Damn Donna Reed', 'Christopher Returns', 'Star-Crossed Lovers and Other Strangers', 'The Breakup: Part 2', 'The Third Lorelai', 'Emily in Wonderland', 'P.S. I Lo...' and 'Love, Daisies and Troubadours'. Season 2 episodes are: 'Sadie, Sadie', 'Hammers and Veils', 'Red Light On the Wedding Night', 'The Road Trip to Harvard', 'Nick and Nora/Sid and Nancy', 'Presenting Lorelai Gilmore', 'Like Mother, Like Daughter', 'The Ins and Outs of Inns', 'Run Away, Little Boy', 'The Bracebridge Dinner', 'Secrets and Loans', 'Richard in Stars Hollow', 'A-Tisket, A-Tasket', 'It Should Have Been Lorelai', 'Lost and Found', 'There's the Rub', 'Dead Uncles and Vegetables', 'Back in the Saddle Again', 'Teach Me Tonight', 'Help Wanted', 'Lorelai's Graduation Day' and 'I Can't Get Started'. Season 3 episodes are: 'Those Lazy-Hazy-Crazy Days', 'Haunted Leg', 'Application Anxiety', 'One's Got Class and the Other One Dyes', 'Eight O'Clock at the Oasis', 'Take the Deviled Eggs...', 'They Shoot Gilmores, Don't They?', 'Let the Games Begin', 'A Deep-Fried Korean Thanksgiving', 'That'll Do, Pig', 'I Solemnly Swear', 'Lorelai Out of Water', 'Dear Emily and Richard', 'Swan Song', 'Face-Off', 'The Big One', 'A Tale of Poes and Fire', 'Happy Birthday, Baby', 'Keg! Max!', 'Say Goodnight, Gracie', 'Here Comes the Son' and 'Those Are Strings, Pinocchio'. Season 4 episodes are: 'Ballrooms and Biscotti', 'The Lorelais' First Day at Yale', 'The Hobbit, the Sofa, and Digger Stiles', 'Chicken Or Beef?', 'The Fundamental Things Apply', 'An Affair to Remember', 'The Festival of Living Art', 'Die, Jerk', 'Ted Koppel's Big Night Out', 'The Nanny and the Professor', 'In the Clamor and the Clangor', 'A Family Matter', 'Nag Hammadi Is Where They Found the Gnostic Gospel', 'The Incredible Sinking Lorelais', 'Scene in a Mall', 'The Reigning Lorelai', 'Girls in Bikinis, Boys Doin' the Twist', 'Tick, Tick, Tick, Boom!', 'Afterboom', 'Luke Can See Her Face', 'Last Week Fights, This Week Tights' and 'Raincoats and Recipes'. Season 5 episodes are: 'Say Goodbye to Daisy Miller', 'A Messenger, Nothing More', 'Written in the Stars', 'Tippecanoe and Taylor, Too', 'We Got Us a Pippi Virgin', 'Norman Mailer, I'm Pregnant!', 'You Jump, I Jump, Jack', 'The Party's Over', 'Emily Says Hello', 'But Not As Cute As Pushkin', 'Women of Questionable Morals', 'Come Home', 'Wedding Bell Blues', 'Say Something', 'Jews and Chinese Food', 'So... Good Talk', 'Pulp Friction', 'To Live and Let Diorama', 'But I'm a Gilmore!', 'How Many Kropogs to Cape Cod?', 'Blame Booze and Melville' and 'A House Is Not a Home'. Season 6 episodes are: 'New and Improved Lorelai', 'Fight Face', 'The UnGraduate', 'Always a Godmother, Never a God', 'We've Got Magic to Do', 'Welcome to the Dollhouse', 'Twenty-One Is the Loneliest Number', 'Let Me Hear Your Balalaikas Ringing Out', 'The Prodigal Daughter Returns', 'He's Slippin' 'Em Bread... Dig?', 'The Perfect Dress', 'Just Like Gwen and Gavin', 'Friday Night's Alright for Fighting', 'You've Been Gilmored', 'A Vineyard Valentine', 'Bridesmaids Revisited', 'I'm OK, You're OK', 'The Real Paul Anka', 'I Get a Sidekick Out of You', 'Super Cool Party People', 'Driving Miss Gilmore' and 'Partings'. Season 7 episodes are: 'The Long Morrow', 'That's What You Get, Folks, for Makin' Whoopee', 'Lorelai's First Cotillion', ''S Wonderful, 'S Marvelous', 'The Great Stink', 'Go, Bulldogs!', 'French Twist', 'Introducing Lorelai Planetarium', 'Knit, People, Knit!', 'Merry Fisticuffs', 'Santa's Secret Stuff', 'To Whom It May Concern', 'I'd Rather Be in Philadelphia', 'Farewell, My Pet', 'I'm a Kayak, Hear Me Roar', 'Will You Be My Lorelai Gilmore?', 'Gilmore Girls Only', 'Hay Bale Maze', 'It's Just Like Riding a Bike', 'Lorelai? Lorelai?', 'Unto the Breach' and 'Bon Voyage'. 'A Year in the Life' episodes are: 'Winter', 'Spring', 'Summer' and 'Fall'.