Outnumbered 1 Season 2011
Amazon Instant Video
1. The School Run It's a typically unpredictable day in the rollercoaster of life with three small children; a regal five-year-old girl with a talent for interrogation, a seven-year-old boy who could out-fib Jeffrey Archer, and an eleven-year-old who is gearing up for his scary first day at secondary school. Mom and Dad attempt to raise their kids with the minimum amount of emotional damage for all concerned
2. The Special Bowl The celebration of parental incompetence continues, with the problems piling up for Mom and Dad. Their little girl is outwitting them in negotiations about what she will condescend to eat, and seven-year-old Ben is further developing his extraordinary talent for lying. In addition, Dad has strayed into a job-threatening controversy at school, while Mom is starting a turf war with her sister.
3. The City Farm Stuck on the highway, Mom tries to keep the peace in a car containing a new-age Auntie, a bewildered Grandfather, three fractious kids and several full bladders. Later at the urban Farm, discussions about death, heaven, racism, bird flu and granddad lead to raised tempers, which boil over in the living hell that is a gift shop.
4. The Quiet Night In Ben's fibbing goes to a whole new level as parents at a school soccer match begin to compliment Dad on his new friendship. A romantic night in for Mom and Dad doesn't go to plan, as Karen has a friend over whose mom is more than an hour late picking her up. As their evening recedes into the distance, Jake expressed his fear about his friend's parents' divorce.
5. The Mystery Illness Ben's on the case again - this time he's got a mystery illness and says he is far too ill to go to school. Auntie Angela is dumped by her boyfriend and the family rally round to cheer her up in the best way they know how, sparking off a discussion about Nazis and rat bags. Meanwhile, Dad's problem at the school is becoming public knowledge and he begins to wonder if he might be out of a job.
6. The Dinner Party Five-year-old Karen decides she's had enough of mom's nagging and announces that she's leaving home, for Spain, or possibly Greenland. As the guests arrive for a dinner party, Ben gets his first taste of gin and Mom gets some unwelcome news from Angela. The dinner party becomes a disaster zone - and this time the parents can't blame any of it on the kids.
|Director||Andy Hamilton, Guy Jenkin|
|Starring||Hugh Dennis, Claire Skinner|
|Supporting actors||Tyger Drew-Honey, Daniel Roche, Ramona Marquez|
|Executive Producer||Andy Hamilton|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
I'm really glad that I found Outnumbered on Amazon Prime. I thought the first episode was amusing but didn't immediately watch anymore. The first episode is a little noisy. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michelle
Quite cute, but intelligent show, Not mean spirited. I get the idea that it is not entirely scripted; there is a 'behind the scenes' where they ask the kids what they'd do with a... Read morePublished 2 months ago by S. Paprocki
Great show and so much like my life that it's easy to identify with it! Can't wait for the remaining seasons to be put on prime!Published 2 months ago by Satchel Paige
I'm not British, I don't have kids and I'm not a teacher... But somehow I still totally relate to the characters in this show.Published 2 months ago by Sara B. Rubin
The interaction between the parents and the kids and what the kids say are brilliant. Each time the kids open their mouth, you are on the edge of your seat in anticipation. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Michael W Pancoast
Unlike other family based shows, this one wonderfully displays the humor present in the day to day struggle of a regular family of five. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Maria
I watch BCC to be entertained, and this program isn't entertaining for me. The program is suppose to be humorous. I'm sure it is to many people. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Fred
I've never seen kids be so "real" - absolutely amazing. Truly amazing. I wish the next several series were on Prime for free!Published 3 months ago by F. Altman
This isn't a super exciting or super funny show but, I did find myself enjoying the ad lib conversations. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jim H