Staying In Tonight?



Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope on RTÉ2 at 10pm.

A six-part series about two Cork girls whose lives revolve around partying in Dublin but who start to drift apart as one of them spirals out of control.

The clip above features Aisling (Seána Kerslake) visiting the pharmacist (Eileen Walsh) looking for the morning after pill.

Thanks Gareth

Sponsored Link

19 thoughts on “Staying In Tonight?

  1. Grouse

    Kerslake was so good in A Date for Mad Mary that I’m almost tempted to try to figure out RTE’s online thing. What’s that? No, no. No television. I said I don’t own a television. I SAID I DON’T OWN A TELEVISION.

    1. Barry the Hatchet

      She was amazing! And it was a great film. I shall give this a chance in the hope that it’s even half as good.

      1. Jimmy Russell

        only a misogynist would say “only misogynists will say ‘only misogynists will say that this is absolute garbage’!”

  2. Frilly Keane

    I’ll have ta’ see how accurate it is

    And report back

    But Z Nation is back
    And so is Narcos
    Ye might be waiting

  3. Ben Redmond

    The pharmacist is being eminently sensible with her questions and comments. That party girl had better wise up on her sexual behaviour and ask herself “What does it all mean? Where am I going?”

Comments are closed.

Sponsored Link