Sex Education (2019– )
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Episode #1.1 

Despite the ministrations of sex therapist mom Jean and encouragement from Eric, Otis worries he can't get it on, but he's not the only one.

Director:

Ben Taylor

Writers:

Laurie Nunn (created by), Laurie Nunn
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Asa Butterfield ... Otis Milburn
Gillian Anderson ... Jean Milburn
Ncuti Gatwa ... Eric Effiong
Emma Mackey ... Maeve Wiley
Connor Swindells ... Adam Groff
Kedar Williams-Stirling ... Jackson Marchetti
Alistair Petrie ... Michael Groff
Mimi Keene ... Ruby
Aimee Lou Wood ... Aimee Gibbs
Chaneil Kular ... Anwar
Simone Ashley ... Olivia
Jim Howick ... Mr. Hendricks
Rakhee Thakrar ... Emily Sands
Samantha Spiro ... Mrs. Groff
Deobia Oparei ... Mr. Effiong
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Despite the ministrations of sex therapist mom Jean and encouragement from Eric, Otis worries he can't get it on, but he's not the only one.

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Genres:

Comedy | Drama

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TV-MA | See all certifications »

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Country:

UK

Release Date:

11 January 2019 (USA) See more »

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When Adam opens his locker you can see two coke cans stacked on top of each other, how his penis was previously described by Eric's anonymous friend See more »

Quotes

Eric Effoing: He still calls me "Tromboner". It's been four years. Four years!
Otis Milburn: You did get an erection on stage, in front of the entire school.
Eric Effoing: It was a semi!
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A misleadingly silly or shallow start to a great series.
25 January 2019 | by rjmhulstSee all my reviews

This kick-off episode effectively introduces its main characters and its recurring theme for following episodes.

Otis and Maeve become 'business partners' in sex therapy, where they treat cases of teenagers at their school. Unfortunately, Adam's case appears silly or shallow: it leads you to believe following episodes won't be as heartfelt as they truly are!


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