In the penultimate episode of the series, Heather encourages Kingsley to follow his dream of becoming a musician by signing him up for an open mic night at the Student Union, where he performs a song penned by none other than Blur's Graham Coxon. Vod gatecrashes a seminar by a renowned poet and befriends the great man himself, ending up on an all-night bender with him - leading to tragic results - while Josie is still disappearing every morning to her 'seminars', but can she prevent the housemates from learning the truth? You know, about her gambling issues?
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