Iain Davidson’s comedy show, The Scotts, will soon air another hilariously absurd episode this week. This series presented us with one of the most funniest episodes yet just a while back, when Vonny and Vincent decided to throw another one of their dress-up parties.
The Scotts was first seen on television as a pilot, which was aired on January 6th, 2020. Though the pilot was well appreciated by audiences, the show started releasing new episodes after a year, in September 2021. The show revolves around the brothers, Henry and Vincent, who seem to not get along well when they meet at one place.
Being a good example of Scottish humor, filled with awkward moments and hilarious one-liners, The Scotts is the kind of show that’ll get you laughing in no time. This show took up the time slot for Still Game, a popular show made by BBC. The creators of The Scotts were honored to have this time slot but were anxious if their show would be loved by viewers.
The currently ongoing season began airing on November 16th, 2022. Since each episode has a new theme, most of the time, the episodes can be seen in any order.
The Scotts: Season 2’s Cast
This show has some of the most talented comedian actors, although most of them are new faces. For season 2, some of the side characters have been replaced with new ones. The current cast is made of:
Rab (Robert) Florence as Vincent Scott:
This Burnistoun actor hails from Glasgow. Apart from being a well-known actor by now, he is also a writer. Rab has a history of working as a writer, along with his current costar, Iain. Both of them were the minds behind the show Legit. Florence has worked as a presenter and has starred in shows like Queen Of The New Year and videoGaiden.
Iain Connell as Henry Scott:
Iain’s another Glasgow-born actor and a comedian who is known for his role as Gordon Conway in the series Rab C. Nesbitt. He has written various shows, ranging from the most popular show Legit to Burnistoun. The talented duo will be seen this season as well.
Sharon Young as Laura Scott
Sharon has been a familiar face on various shows. She has starred in Crime, Flowers, Love Sick, and The Replacement. Young has also been a part of the drama show titled Outlander.
Louise Mccarthy as Colette Scott:
Playing the wannabe Kylie Jenner, Louise is one of those characters that never fails to make a situation humorous. She also has her comedy show and has starred in award-winning short movies over the years. She has played roles in Wildrose, In Plain Sight, and Two Doors Down.
The Scotts Season 2 Episode 3: Recap
In the previous episode of The Scotts, we see Vincent and his wife organizing a dress-up party, or ball, at their house. Everyone’s excited for it, and Eilidh shows up in a feline fit, while the couple, Danny and Laura, hope to dress up as Grease characters.
Ronnie's a man with a plan!
— BBC Scotland (@BBCScotland) November 29, 2022
All the invited people spend most of the time discussing their outfits but as the day of the party arrives, what would have been a fun party soon turns into a chaotic mess.
The Scotts Season 2 Episode 4: Release Date
The next episode of this series will be seen on television by December 7th, 2022. New episodes of The Scotts are released on Wednesdays with just 30 minutes episodes.
The Scotts Season 2 Episode 4: What To Expect?
In the upcoming episode, Vonny’s house will be graced by her mom, Cynthia. Knowing that her mom would be coming over with heaps of information and emotional baggage, Vonny prepares for the visit. They’ll be joined by Vincent and Moira, who show up at lunchtime and make it more entertaining.
While things are in disorder at Vonny’s, Henry and Jason have their own story going on, where they decide to have a good time with each other’s company, but things go out of control once they end up at a football pitch.
The Scotts Season 2 Episode 4: Where To Watch?
This Scottish comedy is aired by BBC Scotland at 10:40 pm. New episodes are generally released around this time but may have minor delays. On-demand streaming is possible only on BBC Iplayer. The show is not aired in any other region. However, BBC Scotland’s YouTube Channel uploads the best moments and other such clips globally.