Mel has attracted a young and hunky "country bumpkin" from Wales named Todd (Gareth Rhys Davies) to London, but after finding him a job at the department store where he works, Ash quickly loses interest and certainly doesn't want the new kid staying in his flat. Todd is confused. Wasn't this love? Weren't they supposed to be boyfriends? Not at all, says the cold-as-ice Ash. He's the kind of guy who likes to spread it around. But no sooner does he alienate Todd that he begins to wonder if maybe true love is what he's after, especially now that he has to watch out for the occasional gray hair and wrinkle.
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