Anybody else watching this show on Netflix? It's about a group of teenage Catholic girls growing up in Derry, Ireland. The show is a comedy and obviously presents an exaggerated depiction of life in Derry. Honestly, the jokes are a wee bit (yeah, I'm using "bit" there) cringe-worthy/saucy (in the vein of say, Benny Hill), but the perspective on life in Northern Ireland is fascinating (to me at least ). I have no idea what life in a place like Derry would be like. Spoiler Alert: * They leave for vacation, get lost, end up in the middle of an Orangemen march * Discover an outlaw whose trying to cross the border in their trunk * Catholic Nuns, lots of Catholic nuns (Probably a silly question, but is Ireland really that religious?) * A Protestant/Catholic bury-the-hatchet meeting * Chips, they live off them * Merciless jokes about the English * One short River Dance gag. I'm hoping for more. I haven't finished the series. I'm not sure I will. The perspective on Ireland keeps me coming back to it though. Some of the jokes in the show are funny, but you have to take the good with the bad.