The fact that a second series has began to air should let you know where the majority vote went when this first series hit our screens here in the UK on E4.
Beaver Falls sees three recent university graduates embarking on one last summer of carefree abandon before they knuckle down and consider a career.
Ringleader Flynn (Samuel Robertson) has roped his friends A-Rab (Arsher Ali) and Barry (John Dagleish) into joining him on trip to America, where they will work at the elite summer camp Beaver Falls.
Of course Flynn has blagged their way there and concocted a fabrication lies that make the hapless trio appear like full blown Oxbridge graduates.
Beaver Falls is a haven for perma-tanned US teens and the top dogs in situ are no way happy to see this threesome appear on the scene. There is also the camp owner to contend with (whose very attractive wife gets her claws into Flynn with ease), who knows the Brits are up to something, just not what.
Cue nude sleepwalking, drink, drugs and sex, all alongside the storyline of the UK lads trying to help their wards, the fat kids which no other hut wants.
Beaver Falls is a comedy in the vein of the American Pie films, if you like those you will love this. On the extras front we have a behind the scenes piece, interviews with cast and crew and some deleted scenes.
Beaver Falls on DVD and Blu-Ray is out now.
RRP £19.99 (DVD), £24.99 (Blu-Ray)
By Phil Allely