Meanwhile a visiting male ballet troop demand asylum. Camilla soon sets them up in a vice ring operating out of the sheds at the garden centre. Joyce who is leading (badly) the good housewives decides to put a stop to that. After all one can't have asylum seekers hanging around Little Stemington looking swarthy can one?
This was okay. But it lacked a certain something, it lacks the daring fizz and nasty dialogue of series 1. Instead of being funny, most of the characters just come across as jerks.
"Loverboy costs £200 an hour. If you like them even bigger, try Yuri in Shed 4."
Meanwhile Barbara and Donna are paroled and head to Little Stempington. Jewel fails her audition for drama school despite performing a monologue from 'I Know What You Did Last Summer'. Hilary drugs the local Independent MP and films him cavorting with rentboys so he can be blackmailed into approving a super-casino to be built on Little Stempington's Wetlands.
This was okay. The new heavy the corrupt Miami cop Rodriquez is even more unbelievable than series 1's French druglord and Camilla being evil at 15 doesn't tie in with the back-story revealed in series 1. This series just isn't as good as series 1, the violence and the nastier tone aren't helping.
Meanwhile Joyce who has gone loony manages to achieve something: the good and bad housewives team up to take her crazy ass out. However Joyce manages to triumph over them but her moment of glory is spoiled when she learns Jewel is pregnant with Bill's baby.
This was okay. Seriously though the ongoing Bill/Jewel saga is tedious - despite the fact RUTH WILSON plays Jewel and TOM HIDDLESTON plays Bill. Who knew the 2 big stars to come out of this forgotten sitcom would be Bill and Jewel FFS?!? What became of Officer Rodriquez's body? Joyce is an utterly uninteresting character now. And how does Jeremy not notice there is a rotting corpse in the deep freeze? And so it ends, no series 3.
"I didn't want to go to the police station in case they didn't let me out."
"Death by trailer trash!"
"Confeshon from evul posh cow."