A suspect in recently uncovered murders has not been found. Matthew Andrews (Jason Kulas) and Sarah Austin (Peggy McClellan) are among the people who follow the news of the murders. Soon, ... See full summary »
Mark and Jez are a couple of twenty-something roommates who have nothing in common - except for the fact that their lives are anything but normal. Mayhem ensues as the pair strive to cope with day-to-day life.
Bob Servant is a local "worthie" in the town of Broughty Ferry, infamous for his participation in the area's "Burger Wars", who decides to run in the upcoming by-election as an Independent ... See full summary »
The only Glaswegian TV show we can actually be proud of and not hide in embarrassment because of. This is deep, interesting, intelligent and thought- provoking. Series 3 was a letdown, but it was quite obvious that Limmy had things popping up, and he just did not have as much time to form material that could be as good as Series 1 and 2. Some sketches are not supposed to be funny, but rather nostalgic and contain subliminal messages (Millport Sketch). However, if you like really original humour, then this is just right for you. Some sketches are bladder - burstingly hilarious, like the "Wee Gary- What's a *****?" sketch. If, like me, you are familiar with the places in Glasgow that this was filmed, then you'll be thinking "Ha, been there!" There is simply nothing quite like it. Burnistoun and GTC are utter dross, and it would be annoying if they were praised more than this. Overall : 10/10. Side Note : No terribly offensive content in this. Only swearing and a few dark sketches with adult themes. No racism, homophobia or discrimination!
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