Cook is an outgoing, sexually promiscuous, and in many ways self-destructive young man, who appears to have come from a troubled family background.
He is an impulsive 17-year-old at the start of the series.
Jonah Jeremiah "JJ" Jones is a fictional character in the British teen drama Skins and is portrayed by Ollie Barbieri.
He was introduced in the third series as a socially inept teenager who was a long-time friend of both Freddie Mc Clair and James Cook.
Foster (Hugo Speer) brutally murdered the sweet-natured skater with a baseball bat.
Katie Fitch was the queen bee of Roundview College and the polar opposite of her timid sister Katie, leading to tensions between the two.
E4's groundbreaking hormone-fest wrapped up on August 5, 2013 - with an older Cook (Jack O'Connell) heading off into an uncertain future at the close of 'Rise (Part Two)'.
However, as series three and four progress, JJ becomes more socially confident.
He loves to have a good time and is constantly the life and soul of any party.
Cook shows a great interest in the ladies, and all his partying can sometimes get out of hand, leading him into trouble.
He is the only lead character in the third and fourth series to appear in every episode.
JJ is a friend of Cook and Freddie who dub themselves The Three Musketeers.
The only episode I’d wholeheartedly recommend was probably “Tea,” which came all the way back in week two, but I still find plenty to like in each and every hour the show produces.