To make this well-trodden narrative good telly you need characters.
Granted, there were some gems from estate agents – “If you have a dog, or possibly a cat, it’s not a bad place for them to do their business,” one said as he gamely tried to pass off a glorified pet toilet as “coveted outside space.” – but the best ones needed more airtime.
Unfortunately he has omitted to tell Jenny something very important about himself - as she discovers when his wife walks in on them.
The episode ends with Christian begging Jenny to let him stay in her apartment overnight.
Before he goes he urges Erica to stand up for herself.
The episode ends with Erica more forcefully telling her brother she is gay and going for a drink with Callum in a happier mood.
He is sympathetic as she recalls doomed previous dates and her ex-fiance's marriage.
Mia is supposed to meet David with a view to meeting his children.She is nervous and talkative, he is bluff and full of himself though he does confess that his promiscuity wrecked his marriage.Then he takes a phone call from work and leaves the room.However, when she tells him that she is gay and only went on the date to please her brother Tony, who wants to 'turn' her straight he is sympathetic and they get drunk together - so drunk in fact that Callum gets out of hand and Erica calls Tony.Tony pays off the restaurant staff to not file any charges against Callum and Callum gets up to leave.