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Comedy-drama series revealing what sometimes goes on behind the bedroom doors of today's 20-somethings in the guise of Steve and Becky - young, unemployed and lazy. Paul's son, Little Luke, is out of hospital so he's having a fancy dress party to celebrate. Steve and Becky have to go, but they don't want to. Becky dithers over a spot on her chin. Steve can't get through to his bank. When a furious Paul comes over to see why they're so late and what's happened to the sausage rolls, it seems they have no option but to go.