In the first episode Dolly falls madly in love with ginger-haired Sid Boatman but fantasies about ginger-haired babies give way to fears of a lifetime of drudgery.
Belle wants beers and a Greek waiter, Dolly wants fresh salads and Greek culture. Holidaying with a friend can cause friction.
3. Bitter and Twisted
Dolly's therapist, Ruth, fancies her but Dolly fancies osteopath Ken.
4. Birthday Suit
Dolly and mum Ivy go off to buy an outfit. Will it be fun and gossip or heated fashion disputes in the communal changing rooms?
Dolly enters a poetry competition - for children.
A particularly acidic orange juice finds Dolly dreadlocked and stilt-walking naked - a trip to remember, if only she could...
Dolly is stressed out so best friend Belle organises a relaxing day. Slightly missing the point Dolly races in the pool, fights with the masseuse and uses her meditation session to plot and plan.
Dolly relaxes in her seat, the train pulls out and her large hot chocolate drink spills all over her copy of Hello. And that is just the start of eight hours of commuting hell.
9. Get On Downer
Dolly decides to throw a party but her exciting, interesting guests all turn up just as her family decide to try their hand at dancing and a few practical jokes.
10. Driving Test
After sixty seconds sleep and a bout of diarrhoea, Dolly is not entirely prepared.
Dolly's period is late and, despite months of celibacy, she eagerly prepares for motherhood. But she is less keen when Nobby starts claiming paternity rights.
Monica is homeless and harmless so Dolly offers her a room. Meet the bathroom- hogging, note-leaving, food-labelling flatmate from hell.
13. Mr. Wrong
Dolly is jealous when her ex boyfriend, Nobby, meets finds someone new, and decides to use all her sexual and culinary skills to woo him back.