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When I first saw the promotions with the tag "these are the guy Del and Rodney bought their stock from" I thought this was going to be another tired unoriginal comedy from the BBC. So i only tuned in to episode 2 because i couldn't find anything else and what I got was a very enjoyable often surprising laugh filled half hour. Since then I've watched the remaining 4 parts of the series enjoying everyone of them.
Tom Brooke as Bex is top quality as the main protagonist always planning the next job but never to busy to deal top draw sarcasm. As his foil Fraser Ayres (who you may remember from another BBC3 series "The Smoking Room") plays Ollie his often dim witted partner in crime (literally). Add to this a great ensemble cast of Girlfriends, a fence, Competitors and police detectives and it is a truly all round enjoyable show.
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