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The last part of the documentary shows where Tim and Daisy are now. See more »

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Interviewer: So can you paint?
Mark Heap: No! I can fall off chairs and things. See, look.
[falls off chair]
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The credits roll over a panning shot of 23 Meteor Street. In the last shot, Edgar Wright runs past, waving and smiling. See more »

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References Spaced (1999) See more »

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affectionate documentary
3 September 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I recently bought the DVD of the series after hearing about it on TV and instantly became a fan. With humorous contributions from cast and crew members, 'revisits' to sets with Simon Pegg, Jessica Stevenson and Edgar Wright and some of the best clips from series 1 and 2 this is a definite must for any fan of Spaced. It kept me laughing all the way through almost as much as the series itself and still managed to top itself with a really sweet ending that would almost substitute for a third series. Even if you already own the 1st and 2nd series DVD's, buying the collectors edition is well worth it just for this brilliant 'extra'.


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