It's Alice's birthday and her star chart, she is reliably informed, means the time is right to meet her perfect partner. So when her colleagues arrange a sure-fire date for her, what can possibly go wrong? Elsewhere, Gil is struggling to write the script for Love Soup and his efforts are hampered by several distractions, including his naked neighbour Irene at her bathroom window, a nightmare dinner party, and the amorous intentions of a beautiful narcoleptic. If that wasn't bad enough, he also has the wrath of God to contend with. Meanwhile, Alice receives an obscene text from a 13-year-old boy. However, all is revealed when he turns up one day at her flat with a very interesting drawing...
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I think I see what you're saying here. If Alan Bennett had written it, basically it would be from a cosy middle-class male perspective whereas this is too dangerous and challenging and feminist for you.
No, I'm saying if Alan Bennett had written it, it would be funny.