Befejezett / kaszált 2018.01 - 2019.04 | 30 perc @Channel 4 , GB
Alkotó: Lisa McGee
Galéria Saoirse-Monica Jackson (Erin Quinn), Tommy Tiernan (Gerry Quinn), Ian McElhinney (Granda Joe), Louisa Harland (Orla McCool), Kathy Kiera Clarke (Sarah McCool), Tara Lynne O'Neill (Mary Quinn), Nicola Coughlan (Clare Devlin), Jamie-Lee O'Donnell (Michelle Mallon), Dylan Llewellyn (James Maguire) És a többiek Siobhán McSweeney (Sister Michael), Peter Campion (Father Peter), Jamie Beamish (Ciaran)
While there is hope that the Troubles may finally be over, the gang's troubles are only just starting as they get ever closer to adulthood. Tomorrow is GCSE results day and confidence is at rock bottom. If things go badly, how will the gang face their mammies again? Meanwhile, a new member of the Quinn household is causing chaos in the neighbourhood.
Jenny Joyce has big plans for the fundraising talent show. Can the gang outshine the competition and put Jenny in her place once and for all? Meanwhile, Ma Mary is at the end of her rope, but salvation is just around the corner in the unlikely form of a plumber.
James's driving skills are put to the test as the gang set off with a van full of hooch and high hopes to an adult-free house in Donegal. Meanwhile, the Quinns visit local psychic Carlos Santini in the hope of making contact with a much-loved family spirit.
Ma Mary and Aunt Sarah are determined to put on a good show as they prepare for the highly anticipated class of 1977 school reunion. It seems like only yesterday that their own gang were beyond excited about the leavers' party. But will the truth come out about what really happened on that fateful night 20 years ago?
There is no bigger night in Derry than Halloween, and the gang have miraculously secured tickets to the gig of the century and the chance to meet their idol, Fatboy Slim. But when Da Gerry arrives unannounced, it becomes clear that life will never be the same again for the friends.
The gang bows out in this special extended episode which returns to Derry one year on, as the friends are preparing for their final year of school. It's the week of the referendum on the Good Friday Agreement but the timing could not be any worse as the highlight of the year, Erin and Orla's joint 18th birthday, threatens to be overshadowed. While the family try to get their heads around the possible outcome of the vote, the friends realise they may not be ready for what the future holds.