15 Of The Best Tweets About New RTE Dramedy 'Can't Cope, Won't Cope'
Safe to say the reaction was mixed...
RTÉ2 introduced it's new Monday night offering 'Can't Cope, Won't Cope' last night to much anticipation.
The series was written by Stefanie Preissner and stars Seána Kerslake and Nika McGuigan as two Cork girls attempting to cope (or not, as the case may be) with life after moving to Dublin.
The opening double-header dealt with pressing issues such as dogging, public urination and vomiting while Copper Face Jack's featured a LOT.
For some it delivered on its promise, while for others it was just another failed attempt from those at Montrose to tickle the nation's funny bone.
Here's what people thought:
Some saw it as an accurate portrayal of life as a twenty-something in our nation's capital:
#cantcopewontcope is basically a documentary about my life. One of them is literally called Aisling🙋🏼— Ash (@AislingSheppard) September 19, 2016
A certain Cork colloquialism was picked up on, like...
#cantcopewontcope as a Corkonian in Dublin , there's a serious over use of the word LIKE— Mushypea (@mushypea007) September 19, 2016
There were parents who couldn't cope themselves...
My parents both gave up in unison at the puking in the Penneys hood & both abruptly retired to bed #cantcopewontcope— Kate McEvoy (@ImKateMc) September 19, 2016
All in all, the general consensus was that people were happy with what they saw...
As a country girl living in the big smoke I've laughed so much at #cantcopewontcope. Ashamed that I recognise the bathroom in Coppers though— Colette Sexton (@colette_sexton) September 19, 2016
While there were some who were harder to impress...
I've given this shite 15 minutes of my life, what a load of bollocks #cantcopewontcope— Donal Gunn (@lanodnugg) September 19, 2016
Ok no. Pissing in a field, as if. Maybe when you're 16 knacker drinking. I can't. It had such potential 🙄 #cantcopewontcope— Orla McConnon (@TheOrlacle) September 19, 2016