Subtitles Please Like Me S04E03

Season 04, Episode 03 – “Beluga Caviar”

Josh is single and ready to mingle, but a string of dating disasters has him wondering if it’s all worth it. Meanwhile, Hannah has taken up boxing, while Mum seems to have taken up fighting – with anyone about anything.

Based on the award-winning comedy of Josh Thomas, the series is about cavoodles, custard tarts, boyfriends and girlfriends. Mostly, though, it’s about growing up quickly and realising that your parents are not heroes, but big dopes with no idea what’s going on – just like you.


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