The second season is complemented by new comic events where Julia found it impossible to work from home. It seems that the work in this area will be difficult because of all the other tasks carried on it throughout that period. Liz, meanwhile, finds herself in a new course of her life when her little ones start nursery.
This is all clearly intended to be hilarious - series one was a big hit - but surely to degrade men quite like this, or to demean career mothers who have succeeded, isn't really a laughing matter. Or perhaps it is.