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08-Aug-2017 01:34

They’re both funny, foul-mouthed, and sexually frank, vaulting Waller-Bridge into the treasured, slowly expanding, still predominantly white ranks of dramedy’s unladylike ladies — its Schumers, Dunhams, and Soloway-Hahns, its Raes and Blooms, and its Wiigs, whose Bridesmaids Waller-Bridge has cited as a milestone and to whom she's given a nod with the whole sink-shitting episode.

Fleabag, for instance, begins with a bout of impulsive anal between its main character and a gentleman caller, the punchline of which has Fleabag musing not on her own gameness in bed but on whether she has an unusually expansive asshole.

Take Lulu, whose ukelele-strumming, manic pixie dream girl–worthy arrival into London at the start of Crashing is interrupted by a fellow traveler asking her to please stop.

She’s arranged a surprise visit with the intentions of breaking up Anthony’s relationship so she can be with him instead.

Crashing, Channel 4's new flat-share comedy, is set in a disused hospital populated by a gang of property guardians avoiding high London rents. Writer Phoebe Waller-Bridge has said that the US sitcom was an influence, but drawing too many comparisons with that (or Girls or Cold Feet) detracts from the originality of this noisy, sweary, fast-paced show that, going on the evidence of the first half of the run, I think will transcend its millennial-skewed subject matter. There's likeable but spineless Anthony (Damien Molony); his uptight finance Kate (Louise Ford); Anthony's old best friend and bad influence Lulu (Waller-Bridge); estate agent Sam (Jonathan Bailey); shy, confused Fred (Amit Shah); French artist Melody (Julie Dray) and her “muse” divorcée, Colin (Adrian Scarborough).

Sex is to the fore, not least the on-going tension between Anthony and Lulu, alongside, in this episode, Kate's difficulty orgasaming (or “jizzing” as she put it) with Anthony. Anthony's curries bubbled away throughout the episode as the uncomfortableness ramped up.

This is broken by the return of a vengeful Annie (re-empowered by the restoration of the household) who kills and dissipates Kirby.