In the latest season of “Sex Education”, it has been revealed that the flying poop that’s featured is chocolate mousse and Weetabix cereal, said actors, Asa Butterfield (Otis) and Mimi Keene (Ruby).
According to Business Insider, the popular Netflix show takes viewers back in time to Moordale High, the only difference is, Otis and Maeve (Emma Mackey) no longer run their sex therapy clinic for fellow students, and the new school principal is set on moving past all the scandals the school face in the previous season.
What makes this season a funny and memorable one happens in the fifth episode, reports News.Yahoo. The students are out on a field trip with their teachers when Rahim (Sami Outalbali) accidentally clogs the bus toilet, stuffed it into a sock and flung it out the window.
Unfortunately, the poop-filled sock ended up on the windshield of a family who was out on their own trip.
Butterfield and Keene said the poop feature looked a lot less gross than what it looked like on television. “I think it was chocolate mousse with some Weetabix paste to give it some fiber,” Butterfield said.
He further added that he tried the mixture himself and it tasted “alright”, although nobody else from the cast was as brave as he was.
Keene said the real star of this act is the “very, very funny” Jim Howick, who plays teacher Colin Hendricks. Hendricks had an impossible task at hand, and that was to find out who was responsible for the disgusting sock, which becomes very hysterical as nobody took responsibility for it.
“It wasn’t actually just the flying poo that was funny,” Keene said. She further added: “We sort of needed to get it. And the director, Ben Taylor, was like, ‘Guys, we need to get this before it’s dark. You’re gonna have to stop laughing.'”
All eight episodes of “Sex Education” season 3 are currently streaming on Netflix.
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