Man Down: Season 2 (2015)

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Episodes

Air date: Jun 1, 2015

Dan goes on a date, Brian connects with his family's past, and Jo comes up with an unfathomable new plan for improving her CV. All this while, Aunt Nesta administers her unique brand of tough love.

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Air date: Jun 8, 2015

When a rival teacher and a rival for Miss Lipsey's affections delivers a smash-hit school assembly for Community Week, Dan conspires to top it all with a brilliant assembly of his own involving his drama class and a war veteran.

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Air date: Jun 15, 2015

Dan is sent on a diversity course after alarming headmistress Miss Lipsey with his complete lack of political correctness. Meanwhile, Jo hits on the idea of "celebrity fusions," combining two celebrity looks into one incredible makeover.

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Air date: Jun 22, 2015

Loser-hero Dan is thrown into the path of his childhood nemesis. A big-bottomed guru returns to Dan's life to try help him through the past trauma, whilst Nesta is also on hand to offer some brutal advice to her sap of a nephew.

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Air date: Jun 29, 2015

Primarily motivated by impressing Miss Lipsey, Dan volunteers to look after Dennis for a weekend.

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Air date: Jul 6, 2015

When Jo announces she's marrying a digger-driving rapper from "pagan backwater" the Heath, it might be the first time that Dan isn't looking like he'll be the biggest catastrophe at the party.

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Audience Reviews for Man Down: Season 2

  • Jul 22, 2021
    Better laughs, and great interactions between characters
  • Mar 22, 2021
    Could not stop laughing, season 2 was very funny, not as great as season 1
  • Sep 20, 2019
    I was worried that after Rik Mayall, the actor who played the dad, passed away, the show wouldn't be as good. He was absolutely the best character. But season two was almost better in a way, though certainly not due to the loss. The sheer inanity of the show was cranked up, and Aunt Nesta was a great addition to the cast of characters. This season didn't try to take itself seriously very much and focused solely on being silly, perhaps in tribute to Mayall. The wedding ceremony in the final episode was one of the zaniest things I've ever seen.

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