RTE’s newest drama-comedy has finally aired and the public have had mixed reviews.
Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope follows two girls from Cork making the move to Dublin and enjoying drunken nights out, affairs, and some very awkward moments like drunken toilet chats and getting the morning after pill.
Starring Amy Huberman and newcomer Seana Kerslake, the series debuted on RTE 2, with most people loving it, and some – not so much.
Take a look at the reaction online:
10 mins into Can’t Cope Won’t Cope and I already have a new favourite show ??
— khaleesi (@IsMiseKayleigh) September 19, 2016
Can’t cope, won’t cope on rte2 is so good and hilarious!! Love it!! #cantcopewontcope
— Sarah Sheehan (@Sarah3_s) September 19, 2016
— Lady Chaol-Ghleann (@LadyChaolGhlean) September 19, 2016
— Lauren Arthurs (@ArthursLauren) September 19, 2016
— Gareth Philips (@GarethPhilips) September 19, 2016
“I’m going to need you to pass me some toilet paper please.”
Worringly enough, this is some astonishingly relatable telly #CantCopeWontCope
— Emer NicDhiarmada (@EmieMack) September 19, 2016
I am in love with #cantcopewontcope , the writing and acting is on point!
— Katie Poushpom (@KatiePoushpom) September 19, 2016
— Louise O’ Neill (@oneilllo) September 19, 2016
Its depressing how bad Ep1 of Can’t Cope Won’t Cope was…like ? #cantcopewontcope
— Siobhán Hannon (@aspire_online) September 19, 2016
“Can’t cope won’t cope” is the worst fucking show to come out Ireland yet, and that’s saying something
— Dara Hess (@Darah322) September 19, 2016
Can’t get on board with #cantcopewontcope. It’s just trying too hard ?
— TheOrlacle (@TheOrlacle) September 19, 2016
Can’t cope won’t cope with the use of ‘like’ here! #cantcopewontcope
— Ed Smith (@edsongsofpraise) September 19, 2016