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Burnistoun returns for a third series and viewers should expect even more weird and wonderful characters as the net is cast to expose the comic goings-on in the, thankfully fictitious, Scottish town Burnistoun. In episode one, we pop into a trendy coffee shop that has an original way of serving a cappuccino, the proprietor of a business specialising in wooden pallets gives us his idea of a sophisticated sales pitch in a specially made TV advert, and a high street boutique delivers questionable sartorial advice to a confused punter.