Welcome to the morning after. Chaos comes to class, and in detention, the girls bond. An explicit pic puts a mean girl on the spot; Maeve wants to track down the shaming culprit, forcing Otis to make a tough choice on an important day. The big dance brings out the best, and the drama in Moordale's student body; Otis finds a date; Maeve gets her dress; Eric returns with style. Watch the video.
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Adam Groff is one of the main characters in Sex Education. He is portrayed by Connor Swindells. He is the headmaster's son who bullied Eric. He has a tense relationship with his father. In Season 1, Adam is the school bully. He is dating Aimee, but doesn't seem to enjoy hooking up with her. Adam beats up Eric Effiong on a regular basis, until eventually he realizes he is sexually attracted to Eric and he gives him a blow job.
The episode starts with Ursula moving in with Devin. Ursula is concerned about moving in so soon, but she does it anyway. Devin finds it hard to find her closet space among his clothes. Ursula decides to cook dinner for Devin.
Season 1 of the series ended with a few cliffhangers, including the love triangle between Otis, Ola and Maeve as well as the beginning of an unexpected romance between Adam and Eric. But like in real life, the characters' lives go on and while some chapters end, others inevitably begin. Here are five questions Sex Education season 2 answers and five we have about season 3.