BRAND NEW DAY (f,m)
Noah and Amy have worked together for almost a year. He comes to her desk to ask her out, but has to tread carefully because she is still grieving the death of her fiancée.
CASTING ASPERSIONS (f,f)
Actresses Courtney Forster and Jackie Esdale are both waiting to audition for the same role in the soap opera, "A World Beyond Tomorrow", and a game one-upmanship takes place, with two skilled players.
CASTING ASPERSIONS (M) (m,m)
Actors Jackson Garrett and Sean Davis are both waiting to audition for the same role in a TV Soap Opera, and a game one-upmanship takes place, with two skilled players.
COMMON GROUND (f,f)
Kayla and Lucy are workmates, and are complete opposites in every way possible. Until an unexpected tragedy hilariously provides them with much needed Common Ground.
DARKEST BEFORE DAWN (m,m)
Brendon and Nicholas try to rob a house in the middle of the night, to complete a drunken dare. But they’re not exactly natural burglars and things don’t go as planned, especially when we find out whose house they’ve broken into.
DR CHARLES IS LATE (f,m)
Philip is waiting to see Dr Charles when Melissa, an actress with a very important audition this afternoon, arrives and charmingly entwines him in the whirlwind that is her life.
FRIDAY NIGHT DRINKS (f,m)
Without ever meeting, Rhonda and Jason share the common experience of spending Friday Night at home alone.
GLORY DAYS (m,m)
Old classmates Zac and Danny bump into each other in a bar one Saturday night. Eventually they each confess their lives haven’t panned out the way they’d hoped when they were at school.
Anna and Daniel return from a disastrous dinner where she met his parents for the first time, and where - to start with - his father called her a whore.
PROUD TO BE A WAITRESS (f,m)
Laura has made special effort to look nice to meet Benjamin’s work colleagues tonight, but she finds out he’s ashamed of her job as a waitress.
SATURDAY MORNING (f,m)
Sylvie is at home on a Saturday morning with a face mask, foils in her hair and toe nails mid-painting when Andrew, who is on crutches and wrapped in bandages, knocks on her door looking for Steve, her flatmate.
SINGING IN THE RAIN (f,m)
Justin and Sarah, bump into each other at a bus stop on a rainy afternoon and their verbal sparring reignites their attraction to each other. Each subtly lets the other know that their long term relationship is not going too well.
WE MEET AGAIN (f,m)
Jessica and Matthew meet again 10 years after their end of high school party, where he walked in on her kissing another boy even though Jessica and Matthew were in a relationship. They haven’t spoken since.