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Great series but when is it going to be available on DVD?
Great series but when is it going to be available on DVD? We watched this when it first screened in New Zealand, recorded it and have watched it several times since. Unfortunately our younger son is deaf and we also have a deaf boarder and thus they are not getting the full benefits of being able to read the subtitles on a DVD. I've searched high and low for this but without success. As I've already said great series, well written and well acted by all. Even down to the café (for want of a better word) owner where Brenda worked. We have subsequently seen Malcolm's boss from the department store in "Game On' which was another great series. Also Malcolm's mother as Queeny's nurse maid in Blackadder. What can I say, yet another great British series. There is no substitute or equivalent for British comedy and still they are being produced, such as 'Green Wing'. Risqué but very funny and extremely well produced. Long may they continue.
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