The lives of two men sharing a flat in South London.
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 Vince (12 episodes, 2002-2004)
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 Errol (12 episodes, 2002-2004)
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The lives of two men sharing a flat in South London.

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7 November 2002 (UK)  »

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The original radio series was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1999, with Sean Lock in the role of Vince. See more »

Goofs

All exterior shots in the first season show that Vince and Errol's flat is in fact on the fourteenth floor, not the fifteenth as depicted by the floor number on the landing wall in interior shots. In the second season, exterior shots show the flat on the fifteenth floor. See more »

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Referenced in Team America: World Police (2004) See more »

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Off the wall
8 June 2004 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

I really like this programme. What I like about it, apart from the situations Vince gets himself into, and the more outrageous ones Errol gets into {"I told him we had the Volvo part - I don't like lying"), is the transient appearances of all sorts of oddball characters. Vince's dad, for instance, never wears clothes so Vince puts a carrier bag wherever he sits down. We see people who live in different flats to Vince going about their different business, they are all hilarious (oh Jesus Christ!). There are the table tennis brothers, the wheezy bloke, the bloke who swears all the time, the guitar tutor and his much put-upon pupil. You've got to see it, words alone cannot do it justice. Cheers, Nick.


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