The second series of Outnumbered sees Pete and Sue continue to ride the rollercoaster of daily family life; work, money, elderly relatives, 'super mums' and of course, the children. Karen has developed a keen sense of morality and an astute eye for financial responsibility, Ben employs tactics that would make Alistair Campbell blush when running for Class Rep and Jake insists mum and dad should back up his shaky alibis for his girlfriend's whereabouts. Outnumbered captures family life at its most deliciously chaotic.
The second series is better than the first
- Outnumbered: Series 2 review by JD
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You rated this film: 5
The acting is more palletable than the first series in which my only criticism would be that some of the characters are a little jarring after 6 episodes. I would not recommend all 3 discs together. Space them over a few weeks. An episode at a time is great fun.