2 series each containing 4 x 30 minute episodes
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Comedy series about a childish adult still living with his busy mum. Written by and starring Nick Ball
Series 1 1995
The Lost Boys
Dry Slopes, Series 1 Episode 1 of 4
With no job or friends and living with his busy mum, Angus Dry tries recapturing his youth.
The Day of Judgement
Dry Slopes, Series 1 Episode 2 of 4
Perpetually unemployed and friendless loser Angus Dry agonises over the death of a bee.
Families and How to Conceive Them
Dry Slopes, Series 1 Episode 3 of 4
Friendless, jobless Angus breaks free from his sheltered-life shackles to go on a date
Dry Slopes, Series 1 Episode 4 of 4
Friendless, jobless Angus writes a requiem to himself. He is really a genius, you know.
Series 2 1997
Dry Slopes, Series 2 Episode 1 of 4
Does the fact that Emma is married, has a son and is moving to Mauritius mean that she's no longer interested in Angus - or is she just playing hard to get?
It would be a lot easier to dine out if he could talk to her instead of her answer machine, even though it is a good Listener.
Dry Slopes, Series 2 Episode 2 of 4
Angus is nearly 30 but hasn't achieved any of his ambitions. Not even the one about moving to Lowestoft.
What terrible end will be revealed by the Ghost of Birthdays Yet to Come?
And even more worrying, has his mother really forgotten to buy him a present?
The Domino Effect
Dry Slopes, Series 2 Episode 3 of 4
Everybody Angus knows seems to be in a relationship these days.
He looks back to a time when all his friends were confirmed bachelors - the golden days of Form 3B.
The Invisible Man
Dry Slopes, Series 2 Episode 4 of 4
Nobody seems to pay Angus much attention these days.
He tries telling his problems to a psychiatrist, but has trouble making himself heard.
Written by and starring Nick Ball. With Louisa Rix as Mum, Robert Hartley and Wayne Forester.
Producer: Gareth Edwards