There are many reviews on here talking about the first and second episodes being too weird or dull or uneven. But you need to get through those to understand the tone, and then everything works. It's completely disgusting, embarrassing, awkward, dirty, sexual, and writhing just as you would expect from Julia Davis. Maybe some people will find it too much, but it's maybe too much because we aren't used to seeing women doing this sort of comedy. I mean, come on, who has seen This is The End...? Once you can re-program yourself from your usual frames of reference, it all makes sense. Anyone who saw Nighty Night will recognise Emma as a sort of reincarnation of Jill, but the US audience would probably not understand that show because it had a lot of nods to English regional stuff, so I can see why this one has been sort of broadened for that. Emma is gross and terrible, but honestly Sally is not much better, she's dull and naive and ordinary with no skills. Nice to see "Lovely April" from Peepshow as Sally, and Alex McQueen is revolting as David. The lesbian slant is completely disrespectful at the same time as driving the ideas of being gay and proud and accepted right out in the open. It's very clever, nothing is a sacred cow. I'm on episode five now, and I have thoroughly enjoyed the gross relationship between Dan and Emma. Don't watch it if you are easily offended, all the more for me. A brave and brilliant thing, just don't judge it. No moral fiber here. Don't expect any.