Staying In Tonight?

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

Gareth Naughton writes:

In episode three of Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope, Aisling can’t help herself at the an important business dinner and the results leave her skating on thin ice. And Danielle’s attempts to help don’t quite go according to plan.

25 thoughts on “Staying In Tonight?

  1. Cllc

    Better than last week’s clip but you’d wonder who RTÉ thinks is watching this. Cant imagine many late teens and early 20s folk are watching TV these days. Also they know when they’re being preached to. This country has a ridiculous drink problem though

      1. Mani

        Irish people love familiarity. ‘Oh I remember doing this when I was drunk therefore this is great’. If nostalgia was a drug the nation’d be in Tabor lodge.

    1. Bob

      I didn’t think it was amazing, but there were a few funny moments. I quite liked the bouncing co-worker. More odd characters like that appearing in small roles would make the show stand up a bit more. At times it doesn’t seem to know if it wants to be a real life comedy or an off the wall comedy, and without defining what it’s meant to be, it’s just going to die a death in another episode (but still get 10 more seasons because RTE don’t listen to their audience).

      1. Harry Molloy

        the second season is actually on YouTube but I haven’t been able to find the first season anywhere

  2. jimmy russell

    only misogynistic begrudgers will say that this is absolute garbage and another example of montrose nepotism

  3. sneachta

    I want to like it because I think the cast are mostly talented. But the dialogue is so off. It feels like they’re being forced to add in “like” so it sounds completely unnatural and most of the script is just dull a.f. They had the budget to do something great but it just seems like someone had a really boring life and thought it was interesting enough to write about. The writer said she was determined to get it on screen. Why? Watch BBC’s Fleabag, and see how a story can be told!

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