Starring: Nicholas Ball, Emily Corcoran, Isabelle Defaut
Director: Richard Wellings-Thomas
Plot Synopsis: Never has it been more obvious that some people shouldn't be related in Sisterhood. One sister, Catherine Saint John-Burke (Isabelle Defaut), is an independent, uptight, status-obsessed British woman living alone. Despite an ill-advised affair with a married man, her life is rather humdrum. One day, however, that life is turned upside down when she returns home to discover Shirley Zachary (Sisterhood writer Emily Corcoran; The Invitation), an uncouth Kiwi, drinking a beer on her living room sofa. Much to Catherine's surprise and chagrin, Shirley soon announces that she is a long lost half-sister and their father - whom Catherine thought died when she was a child - is alive and trying to make claims on both of their properties following the death of their mothers!
After a DNA test confirms Catherine's worst nightmare, the sisters agree to work together to track down their lothario con-man of a father, Jack McClarkey (Nicholas Ball, Footballer's Wives, Croupier, Eastenders), and get rightful ownership of their inheritance. Of course, hiding from the local Mob, Jack is not an easy man to find. But as Catherine and Shirley get underway by following a man called "Sir Crawford", the hilarious, confounding hijinks begin, boldy underscoring the fact that you can't choose your family!