Julia Davis is quite possibly a genius.
Completely mental, but a genius as well. It sounds like an oxymoron, but you have to witness this show to see what I mean.
Who'd have thought a sitcom could be so offensive, crude and evil and yet be so funny. Jill Tyrell is an absolute monster and should one day have a relationship with Alan Partridge - they'd suit each other well I think.
This final episode of the first season wrapped up a lot of the storylines with Don and Kath being wrenched apart, Linda's admission of her affair and Jill's desperation finally tipping right over the edge.
The non-linear structure of this episode is a bit confusing on first watching, but with repeated viewings, it just gets funnier. But really, this whole series does play around with time a fair bit, so it's best not to over-analyse it and just sit back and enjoy the madness.
Although this series ends with the fates of all the characters sealed, do not take it for granted - series two will surprise you!