It's 1991 and Martin Moone (David Rawle) is a little older and a lot wise Well, slightly wiser. Okay, not much wiser at all. But that's probably because the words of wisdom from his imaginary friend are as useless as ever. Sean Murphy (Chris O'Dowd) leads Martin into all sorts of new scrapes and adventures - from shop-lifting to loft-building, movie making to pratfall faking, from fact flogging to a close encounter of the Boyle kind, and fulfilling the bucket list of Grandad's imaginary friend George Gershwin. The rest of the Moones struggle to cope with the presence of Baby Rose and the Dolan clan -there's no space, no money, and far too much of Dessie Dolan for Liam to handle. But hey, it's not all bad news for the Moones - at least Martin's got a new donkey.
Episodes Comprise: 1. Where the Streets Do Have Names 2. The Plunder Years 3. Fecks, Lies and Videotape 4. Unidentified Feckin' Objects 5. Bells 'n' Smells 6. A Bucket List for George Gershwin