(Video review: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=668OvsH5qBw )
The first series back in 2009 allowed Robert Webb to introduce us to the almost 'Big Brother' like concept of a group of Young Dumbers living away from their pampered lifestyles and left to fend for themselves in one house. Not only do they have to cope with personality clashes, but they also need to learn to manage an allowance and undergo a variety of different tasks in the work place.
The new series has given us quite a mixed bag of personalities, which has indeed resulted in a few comedic moments. However, it's clear to see that there's one Young Dumber who is causing a tremendous stir and upsetting people on more than one occasion.
This series seems to have given us a few more people with level heads, those who know the error of their ways and seem to genuinely want to change them. However, will this pattern of positive thinking remain as the weeks progress?
On a personal note, Gracie and Enzo are firm favourites, however I've yet to etch this in stone since we're only one week in. I'm keen to see which other tasks are lined up for them, and cannot wait for more dramatic events to unfold! The first episode of this new series has proven delightful, but only time will tell if this is carried right across the series.
Catch Young, Dumb & Living Off Mum every Sunday at 9pm, BBC3.