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Episode one, ‘Tony’, is an ensemble piece that introduces the characters and the format. We meet the effortlessly attractive, popular and intelligent Tony as he arranges for his friends to attend a party held by upper-class girl Abigail Stock (Georgina Moffat). The second episode, ‘Cassie’, focuses on Cassie’s final visit to an eating disorder clinic under the supervision of Abigail’s mother Dr Stock. In her day-to-day life, she hallucinates messages instructing her to eat which seem to come from Sid, for whom she develops feelings. Jal’s episode follows her attempt to win BBC Young Musician of the Year, and her strained relationship with her famous musician father. When a drug dealer ‘Mad Twatter’ smashes her clarinet as pay back for Sid not giving him money for drugs he bought, Jal’s father sees to it he will not bother the gang again. In ‘Chris’, Chris’ mother abandons him, leaving £1,000 in cash. He blows the money on a party, and is eventually helped into temporary student accommodation by his psychology teacher, Angie (Siwan Morris). Episode five, ‘Sid’, shows Sid’s struggle with his parents’ break-up while Tony organises a scheme to set him up with Michelle. A heartbroken and fragile Cassie attempts suicide by drug overdose.

“Maxxie and Anwar” focuses on the conflict between Anwar’s Muslim faith and Maxxie’s homosexuality. On a school trip to Russia, which Cassie does not attend as she is still in hospital, Tony tells Maxxie that he wants to ‘try something new’, and Michelle ultimately witnesses Tony cheating on her with Maxxie. In ‘Michelle’, Michelle faces up to Tony’s manipulative and cheating ways. She begins to date Josh Stock (Abigail’s brother, played by Ben Lloyd-Hughes) until Tony breaks them up by sending naked photos of Abigail from Josh’s phone. In ‘Effy’, Josh seeks revenge on Tony and his younger sister Effy, by drugging her and effectively taking her for ransom. In the finale episode, ‘Everyone’, it is Anwar’s birthday. Anwar and Maxxie are reconciled when Anwar’s father welcomes Maxxie to the birthday party, accepting his homosexuality. Chris’s relationship with Angie ends violently when her fiancé returns. Tony confesses to Michelle that he loves her and wants to change his manipulative ways (whilst on the phone), only to be hit by a bus, as Effy watches on from Sid’s dad Mark’s car. The characters begin to sing “Wild World” by Cat Stevens as Tony lies unconscious and Sid searches for Cassie.

The second series premiered on E4 on 11 March 2008, however the first episode was available in four parts to MySpace users prior to airing. ‘Maxxie and Tony’ starts the series, showcasing Tony’s impairments following his accident and Maxxie’s involvement to his recovery. The episode also reveals more about Maxxie’s life; we learn of his ambitions to be a dancer, his surname, his difficulties with homophobic bullies, and encounter his parents (played by Bill Bailey and Fiona Allen). The second episode introduces a new character in Maxxie’s stalker, young carer Lucy, also known as ‘Sketch’. Sketch disrupts the school play organised by drama lecturer Bruce (Shane Richie) to steal a kiss from Maxxie. To spite Maxxie, Sketch begins a sexual relationship with Anwar. Episode three focuses on Sid’s life, coping with Cassie’s departure to Scotland, and he suspects her of cheating. Sid’s Scottish relatives visit. Sid’s father, Mark, stands up to his own father’s abuse and ultimately reconciles his relationship with Sid; allowing for the unforeseen, peaceful death of Mark. Sid reconnects with brain-damaged Tony when he is able to open up to him about his father’s death. For ‘Michelle’, the group go on a camping trip to a beach. Maxxie discovers Sketch having sex with Anwar, and Sid sleeps with Michelle, starting a relationship; he comes home to find Cassie waiting for him. In ‘Chris’, Chris agrees to start a job and Jal learns to start being more open to new things, and the two end up in a relationship. Chris cheats on her with Angie after Cassie tells Chris that Jal left him, but they move back in together, and Jal discovers she is pregnant.

‘Tony’, directed by recurring actor Harry Enfield, sees Tony Stonem attend a university open day not long after taking an ecstasy tablet that awakens elements of his old personality. In a visual metaphor for Jungian psychology, a mysterious girl who is a projection of Tony’s subconscious helps him conquer his mental impairments. His old self again, he confronts Michelle and Sid and tells them their relationship is ‘wrong’. With the Stonem parents unable to run the house, Effy takes over in episode seven. She starts a new private school and befriends weird girl Pandora Moon (Lisa Backwell), and resolves to solve her brother’s and his friends’ relationship problems. Cassie is hurting and turning to promiscuity, but through Effy’s machinations, she and Sid get back together, as do Tony and Michelle. Actor Daniel Kaluuya wrote ‘Jal’, which sees her struggle with her pregnancy, while Chris is rushed to hospital with a Subarachnoid Haemorrhage. Meanwhile, Maxxie introduces his new boyfriend, James (Sean Verey). In ‘Cassie’, Jal tells Chris she is having an abortion. Cassie feels without her eating disorder and other problems, she is disempowered; she is traumatised when Chris dies in her arms of a subarachnoid haemorrhage and flees to New York City. In the series finale, the gang get their A Level results, collectively mourn Chris and eventually part ways, with Sid following Cassie to New York, Anwar moving with Maxxie and James to London, and Sketch left behind. The series ends with Effy in Tony’s bed, revelling in the art work of emotions she has created as she claims her top place in their social world, and also as series’ lead in the upcoming series.

Jack Wolfskin was founded as a trademark of the company Sine in Frankfurt am Main by Ulrich Dausien in 1981. With proceeding success Jack Wolfskin was incorporated separately from Sine. In 1991, the company was sold to Johnson Outdoors. Jack Wolfskin had supplied only specialist shops until the first own shop was opened in Heidelberg in 1993. Up to now there are more than 600 Jack Wolfskin-Stores worldwide (mid-2012). Almost all of them are organized in a franchise system.

In 2002,[2] the private equity corporation Bain Capital acquired Jack Wolfskin from Johnson Outdoors for 42 million Euro. In 2005, Bain Capital sold Jack Wolfskin for 93 million Euro to the two finance investors Quadriga Capital and Barclays Private Equity. In 2011, these owners sold the company to the US holding company Blackstone Group.[3] Blackstone is expected to help Jack Wolfskin to grow further on an international level. Simultaneously the former CEO and co-owner Manfred Hell left the company with immediate effect, after 25 years on the top of the company.

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