Anna, a former one-night stand of Miles arrives for an interview at his firm. Anna continues her relationship with Jerry and they go out on a drug-fuelled night together. Much to Warren's initial worry, Kira discovers that he is gay, but promises not to tell their family. An advert is placed in the local newspaper for a new housemate. Anna has a one-night stand with colleague Jo, which he mistakenly believes is the beginning of a relationship. Anna, worried about her lack of assignments, attempts to network at a party to little success. Unbeknownst to Francesca, Miles had sex with Anna a few days after their engagement whilst he was comforting her after her mother’s death. The lack of repeats was mainly due to the high VHS sales during the late 1990s. Egg starts a job in telesales, but gets fired within the same day. Anna is co-defending with Miles in a court case. Warren is frustrated with Ferdy staying at the house as Ferdy is showing no interest in him. Ferdy gets some hashish and while he's out of the house, the Police call to question him about the smashing-up of the car. Miles has met a woman and embarked on a relationship. Choose Life. It was only its repeat run of the first series, beginning 2 January 1997, then every Wednesday evening from 3 January in a post-Newsnight slot that the show really began to attract serious, but still relatively moderate, viewer attention. Kira gets a job at Moore Spencer Wright and Warren struggles to hide the truth about his sexuality from her until one night when he is cottaging (cruising for gay sex in a nearby park) and she fends off a man whom she mistakenly thinks is attacking Warren. Milly passes it onto Anna, who gets him off with a small fine. Her colleague Kelly subsequently tries to chat him up, but after she is turned down, she sleeps with Nat. Egg asks Milly to marry him and she happily accepts. Egg looks into buying the lease and persuades Miles' father to be his guarantor. The reunion is arranged at Miles's mansion in Sussex, where he lives with his Vietnamese second wife Me Linh. Three twenty-something lawyers, Miles, Milly and her boyfriend Egg, share a house in London and are looking for two new lodgers. Anna and Miles initially reunite as friends, although Anna is uncomfortable early in the first series when Miles is dating drug addict and thief Delilah and helps to sabotage the relationship. 10 years later, Egg is a successful author and he and Milly have reconciled and have a young son called Oscar. Miles's manipulative girlfriend, the drug addicted and bulimic Delilah, moves in with him. Anna kisses her, but can't bring herself to go any further. Warren agrees to have a baby with Anna, and a penniless Miles decides to go travelling. Anna is ready to go to her mother's funeral, but decides not to bother. In the lead-up to the broadcast of the second series, the entire first series was repeated, helping to generate a critical buzz around the programme, to the point that millions of viewers were waiting to discover the ultimate resolutions to the various plot-lines and generating front-page newspaper coverage. With Milly concerned about Egg's lack of ambition, he announces that he's going to write a novel. Dale makes a final visit and tries to convince Warren not to tell his parents the truth about why he is leaving and his sexuality. Early in the series, he is assigned one of his boss’ clients as a case, but the client, who has cancer, dies by unexpectedly taking his own life and Egg realises Law is not for him, quitting the firm midway through series 1. Anna is annoyed that Miles has moved Delilah into the house, although Miles accuses Anna of jealousy. Set in contemporary Montreal, This Life is a family saga focusing on Natalie Lawson, an accomplished columnist and single mother in her early forties whose terminal cancer diagnosis sends her on a quest to prepare her teenage children for life without her. It is revealed also that Egg is a keen football fan and supports Manchester United. It was screened on 2 January 2007, and was a co-production between BBC Wales and the original producers World Productions. He is shocked when he discovers that she is now living with an ex-co-worker of his. Find episode on: Stream the best of Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic and more for $6.99/mo. This Life is based around life in a London law firm and barristers' chambers of trainee solicitors and pupil barristers, but is essentially a character-driven drama. Cookies. Jo continues to fret that Kira may be pregnant. She manages to clear things with Jo, who had been very hostile towards her. Ferdy has invited Lenny to the wedding and he tells him that he loves him. Conscientious Milly is ambitious, spending a lot of time working with her older boss Mr O'Donnell. The circumstances of both Ferdy's death and Miles' divorce are not revealed. Miles and Egg, who is stoned, are left to deal with them. Midway through the first series, Miles is offered the brief in the Sherringham case, a high level trial which involves fraudulent stock exchanges. Warren talks to Dale, but Dale refuses to accept that Warren is gay. On returning, Ferdy lies and gives Miles and Egg as alibis, much to Miles' fury. Kira and Jo go out on a date, and Kira's hard to get act is making Jo eager for more. Ferdy stays on the sofa in the shared house and rekindles his relationship with Warren, accepting that he is attracted to men and is bisexual. A decade on, This Life's Egg, Milly, Warren, Anna and Miles meet again at Ferdy's funeral. Act Two: Screen Times at Ridgemont High. Warren refuses, at which point Dale calls him selfish and walks out of Warren's life for good. After Warren leaves to go travelling around the world, Ferdy is offered his room and agrees to become a paying tenant. Miles defends a client who has been charged with indecent exposure. This Is Your Life is a British biographical television documentary, based on the 1952 American show of the same title.It was hosted by Eamonn Andrews from 1955 until 1964, and then from 1969 until his death in 1987. Jo and Kira finally cement their relationship by having sex. Prologue. If you enjoyed this episode, you may like these. The housemates celebrate, unaware that Miles voted against her. Milly is angered when Rachel is suggested, due to her increasing dislike of her co-worker. Miles introduces the others to his girlfriend, Francesca. As a condition to keeping her job, Anna is instructed to attend Alcoholics Anonymous, but she finds it of little help. Tell us! Michael Aspel then took up the role of host until the show ended in 2003. Whilst drunk, Warren phones Ferdy, but ends up mistakenly confessing what has happened to Ferdy’s father. Milly's dislike of Rachel was very strong, viewing her as a threat to her relationship with O'Donnell, and disliking her apparently perfect demeanour. 10 years later, Milly and Egg are married with a young son called Oscar. Kira is angry that Kelly has returned to work and taken her job back as receptionist. Sarah Newley congratulates Anna on her tenancy and admits she has fallen in love with her. She makes up with Anna, who confides in her about Miles. Spying on O'Donnell, Milly sees that his marital relationship is far from over. With Warren's story in the newspaper O'Donnell asks him to consider handing in his resignation. Ferdy goes out clubbing with the effeminate Paul, but decides it is not his scene. At the climax of the first series, Egg and Milly visit a therapist and initially resolve their differences. The housemates come to an agreement that Egg can cook for them by paying him for groceries each week. Nonetheless, chambers clerk Jo suggests that she ‘squat’ and undertake supplementary work and unwanted cases in order to earn an income. Anna Forbes was originally born in a Glasgow. Warren nurses a hangover, as a new trainee, Rachel, arrives at the office. Milly agonises over her decision, but ultimately declines. Delilah's results prove negative, while after some soul searching, Egg quits his job at the firm. By chance, Miles’ father Montgomery was one of the key witnesses to Sherringham’s innocence and this enables Miles to recuse himself from the case to avoid professional embarrassment. After a brief romantic encounter at the end of the first series, Milly embarks on a full-blown affair with O’Donnell in the latter half of the second series, but the relationship ends when she discovers he has lied about separating from his wife. Miles has placed a lonely hearts advert in a magazine and sets himself up on some dates – with limited success. Ferdy continues a stream of relationships throughout the latter half of series two- he initially tries to involve himself in the gay club scene with Warren’s friend Paul but finds it is too camp and leaves.