An eager downtown boy Robi (Rene Bitorajac), a lifelong student, arrogant and quite straight-forward, constantly warring with a good-looking Irena (Mila Elegović-Balić), a not so bright, but very resourceful and ambitious ex model who decided she wanted to pursue a more meaningful life.
There are others too, two friends with completely contrasting personalities – who, by a twist of faith, become Robi’s flatmates.Kazimir (Hrvoje Kečkeš) is a rather confused guy that had lived with his high-maintenance mother until recently, a guy who knows everything there is about films and music, but has never had a serious relationship with a girl, and lacks social competencies, but is determined to change all that and become an independent man.
His childhood friend Teo (Tarik Filipović) is his total opposite – a handsome and successful young lawyer making progress with everything he does, who has always looked after Kazo as if he was his younger brother. But, at the beginning of the first episode his luck is about to change – his wife throws him out of their apartment, and the business starts going bad too in the next episodes, and Teo slowly starts turning into a man who is less than successful, but again happier than he used to be.
There’s also a withdrawn, but likeable Irena’s ”accidental” flatmate Lucija (Nataša Dangubić), who gets a job at the video shop where Kazo works, and who will prove toeverybody there’s much more to her than meets the eye. The cynical feminised Waiter (Dražen Čuček) , a man of the people – The Boss, the video shop owner (Predrag Vušović) and its regular customer Erotomaniac (Mile Kekin) occasionally join in with the leading five characters.
comedy, 2005. - 2009.