Tim (Simon Pegg) is a 20-year-old graphic artist looking to make a living working in a comic book store and is trying to find a new apartment after his girlfriend dumps him. Also joining the house hunt is Daisy (Jessica Stevenson), an aspiring writer who rarely travels to actually write something. They met in a coffee shop and shared their frustrations about the difficulty of finding a suitable place to live because most landlords seem to only want couples.
Then they came up with an idea: Why not pretend to be together so they can dig in the right spot? After building for themselves a background story for the relationship they’ve built, they view an apartment owned by Marsha (Julia Deakin), a single mother who smokes. They survive Marsha’s interrogation and get the key to their new home.
The initial setup is a convenient relationship, but Tim and Daisy gradually develop a strong friendship that leads to a potential romantic direction. In the meantime, we also meet Tim’s best mate Mike (Nick Frost), a Territory Army soldier, Daisy’s childhood friend Twist (Katy Carmichael), a pilot fashion-conscious and Brian (Mark Heap), a struggling artist who focuses heavily on the struggle for his disturbing paintings. Also appearing occasionally is Tires (Michael Smiley), Tim’s cycle courier and the group’s monster with goldfish-like attention and temperament.
“Spaced” is praised for its classic settings, from a gunfight where the boys play an elaborate Mexican match, ending in an imaginary bloodbath to a virtual zombie apocalypse. feeling that Tim played too much “Resident Evil 2”. Despite the frequent developments in Wright’s style, the main characters are what made the show so popular, and the second season ended in their favor regarding Tim and Daisy’s relationship.
https://www.slashfilm.com/1046180/spaced-was-tied-too-closely-to-edgar-wrights-life-for-him-to-make-a-season-3/ Spaced is too closely tied to Edgar Wright’s life for him to make season 3