Cook has a job delivering drugs, and when he's asked to help his employer's girlfriend find a house, he finds that he's irresistibly attracted to her.
Mini and Franky are still holed up in Mini's bedroom, but with Matty in Bristol and Mini's growing baby bump, time is running out for the girls.
Unaware that Mini is carrying his baby, Alo attempts to get over her by hooking up with a new girl, Poppy Champion.
Mini feels trapped: She's lost control of her life and needs to get away, so she seeks refuge in the arms of her dad.
The sins of the city call to Alo, who's out partying in his continuous attempts to get laid. But his parents are fed up with having a useless son.
Liv continues to sleep with Nick, unsure why. She meets a boy named Matty, and they take a day out of reality with no consequences or commitments.
Rich uses his extreme music to keep the world, especially girls, at bay. When Alo finds Rich's perfect woman, Rich must learn how to chat up girls.
Effy has been in a psychiatric hospital since she tried to take her own life. After lots of therapy, her counselor says she is ready to go back home.
When Kenyan poachers gun down a game warden who refuses to allow their illegal hunting, the A-Team heads to East Africa to set things straight.
Outlaws Cook and Effy are running wild, clinging to each other and blocking out the rest of the world by getting totally off their faces.
Effy's lost her mojo. She resolves to confront her feelings for Freddie but finds him ensconced with someone else.
JJ is in love. Lara Lloyd is sweet perfection, and he's smitten. But JJ thinks she's way out of his league and lacks the courage to ask her out.
Naomi is controlling Emily's affections, dismissing Cook as a misogynist pig, and enjoying the flattering attention of her politics teacher.
Thomas arrives in England from Congo. His family is due to join him in a few days, and he must find somewhere for them to live.
It's Cook's 17th birthday. Half the college has been invited to his Uncle Keith's pub to witness a night Cook believes will go down in history.
It's the first day of the new term at Roundview College and time to meet a brand-new set of 16-year-olds.
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Get to know Rachel Thevenard, who plays Michelle.
Get to know Eleanor Zichy, who plays Eura.
Get to know Camille Cresencia-Mills, who plays Daisy.
Get to know Jesse Carere, who plays Chris.
It's been six months since Tony's collision with a bus - remarkably, he isn't dead, but he sure isn't the same person. Sid can't get his head around the fact that his best mate is a shadow of the man he's always looked up to. And to top it off he finally got the girl, Cassie, only to have her whisked off to Scotland. Sod's law! Michelle is lost without Tony, too. Maxxie's got hell at home because his Dad doesn't want him to follow his dream of being a dancer. Even Anwar has changed since he bagged himself a secret girlfriend. Jal is throwing off the good girl image and letting her hair down. While party animal Chris is stepping out on his own. And while all around is falling apart, it's Effy who's taking control.
JJ and Cook try to get a good look at what the girls are up to at their pajama party.
Effy and Pandora recruit the rest of the crew to help Thomas make some quick cash.
Naomi gets more than she bargained for when she confides in her teacher.
Get to know Britne Oldford, who plays Cadie.
Get to know Ron Mustafaa, who plays Abbud.
Get to know Daniel Flaherty, who plays Stanley.
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