Covers the hen party of Danielle, whose fiancee happens to be in court on the same day.
Also features an illegal horse-and-trap road race, a family faced with eviction from their illegal site and 8-year-old Chloe (preparing for her First Holy Communion) visiting her father in prison.
Four cousins compete to have the most memorable outfit at their first Holy Communion.
This episode shows how Romani gypsies and travellers' attempts to live a traditional life can get them in trouble with the law.
It was first broadcast in February 2010 as a one-off documentary called My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding, filmed as part of the Cutting Edge series and voted Most Groundbreaking Show in the Cultural Diversity Awards 2010.
It's posing as a documentary, the voiceover is saying we're going to let you into the secrets of the traveller community – and it [sic] just not true.
Follows several traveller girls and their differing experiences with education, ranging from those who left school illegally early to those who are "bucking the trend" by completing their secondary education.
Alice talks about her encounters with school bullying. The eighth special, called Big Fat Gypsy Christmas: Carols and Caravans on the website's official episode guide, features the same title card and animation as My Big Fat Gypsy Christmas, the last episode of the first season. The latest special to air was titled My Big Fat Gypsy Grand National, this was shown on 6 April 2015.
Follows 16-year-old Sammy Jo as she takes part in a traveller-only beauty pageant.
Irish Traveler Dolores commissions dresses from Thelma Madine for her wedding in Rathkeale, Ireland.
The groom wears a simpler male equivalent of the dress, often in the color blue.