Craiglang is hit by two notable events - the first is Tam's sudden bout of generosity, though it quickly evaporates. More alarming is the presence of Hyperdales, the huge hyper-market which threatens...
The neds are getting out of hand and need to be taught a little respect for their elders so Jack and Victor enlist the services of their hard man friend 'Big Yin' Innes. There is only one problem. '...
Scottish sketch show which first appeared on radio. Featuring such characters as dodgy decorators Bish and Bosh, Ballistic Bob, The Lonely Shopkeeper, The Foulmouthed Fishermen and The Man From Kilmacolm. Mostly filmed in Glasgow.
A modern day retelling of Pride and Prejudice, the series is told in vlog-style by Lizzie Bennet as she narrates the trials and tribulations of her family life with the help of her best ... See full summary »
Still Game returns after 7 years but now experiance the tv show as you never have before! On stage! Sold out at the Glasgow Hydro, you are in for a treat with this live stage performance from the whole gang!
Comedy sketch show set in the fictional Scottish town of Burnistoun near Glasgow. The show follows the exploits of characters such as an aspiring girl band and a serial killer who is unhappy at his portrayal in the local media.
When a sociopath female loan shark calls upon a lonely, vulnerable pensioner she gets more than just her money. In a man's desperate bid to end a cycle of violence, tea, biscuits and small talk become something deadly.
Jack and Victor have broken out of Chewin' The Fat and now have their own six part series on BBC One Scotland. These Glaswegian patter merchants may be long in the tooth but they're Still Game for all kinds of carry-on. Written by
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Greg Hemphill had to wear brown contact lenses for the character of Victor McDade to make his eyes look darker as his own eye color - a rather vibrant pale blue - stood out far too much against the aging makeup. See more »
Still Game is hilarious. It's a rare example of a spin off series being vastly superior to the original. Don't make the mistake of assuming that because Chewin the Fat was guff, this will be too - that's just plain wrong. Paul Riley as Winston deserves a speical mention for delivering the best lines in such a brilliant way. I can't wait for season 3, supposedly set in Canada! It's distinctly unlike most British sitcoms in that you can't always see the resolution a mile off, and even if you could, the jokes on the way aren't as signposted as they are in things like - say - My Family. Give it a try at least - just one episode....if you don't like it, don't watch it again! Easy!
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