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Netflix's Sex Education season two reveals never-before-seen bonus scenes

Check out Eric and Lily's new problems in bonus content from Sex Education

Emmy Griffiths

Sex Education season two might have only been released on Netflix on Friday, but it sounds like fans have flown through the hugely popular series and are already asking for a season three! The show follows a socially awkward teenager, Otis, as he realises that he has accidentally picked up the skills of his sex therapist mother Jean, and begins charging his peers for therapy with the help of his cool and smart classmate (that he incidentally has a crush on), Maeve.

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Season two premiered on Friday

Season two followed the trials and tribulations of Otis and his friends, and after the finale left the show on something of a cliffhanger, fans were desperate to see more than the eight-episode run, with one writing: "HOW COULD #SEXEDUCATION END THERE? Omg I’m so angry and I need Season three like now!" Another added: "Season two is a masterpiece! And I’m not overreacting! All the characters old and new are so real and I love each and every one of them! There were so many times where I wanted to punch the air! Can Season three hurry up please!"

While season three is still a long way away, Netflix has treated fans to two never-before-seen bonus content clips with the help of Chromebook. Focused on two fan-favourite characters, Eric and Lily, the two videos show the pair struggling with their lives as their old laptops fail them. While Eric is trying to talk through a science presentation, his laptop glitches to begin revealing hundreds of selfies (some a little risqué), while Lily fails to get tickets for a Nebula Galaxias event thanks to her battery life losing power at the last second. Not only do the clips show you more of the beloved characters, they also reveal a sneak peek into a never-before-seen set of Moordale Secondary.

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The bonus content sees Lily and Eric in trouble

Speaking about teaming up with Chromebook, Sex Education director Ben Taylor explained: "The show’s characters are constantly facing a crisis at home or in their personal lives, so it was really fun working with Chromebook bringing to life previously unseen challenges they have at Moordale, and specifically the technology fails we’re all familiar with." For fans who have had similar nightmares to Lily and Eric, the good old folks at Chromebook are also giving away limited-edition merch and even the Chromebooks themselves – so keep an eye out on the hashtag '#Chromebook' on Instagram for more info, we know we will be!

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