Donna has a drunken revelation on her hen night and decides that she has been missing out on the single life. So with just days to go, she calls off her wedding to fiancé Karl and moves in ... See full summary »
The original radio series was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1999, with Sean Lock in the role of Vince. See more »
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 »
Okay, I just bought the DVD of the first series because the reviews suggested that this was the type of humour that I like best (Black Books!!Yeah!!). After watching the first episode, I was left with mixed feelings. My mistake....
A couple of days later I decided to give the second show a shot. No mixed feelings now-this one's a gem! Lock & the rest of the cast's deadpan delivery is enhanced by the lack of canned laughter, & the bizarre situations are played out almost a la reality TV. Also, as an ex-pat Londoner, while these situations may seem genuinely odd to a few people, I was reminded of a whole slew of people from way back when. Which is probably why I moved as far away as possible.
To summarize, a top-notch show which may need to be given a couple of viewings. I can't wait for the second series to get a DVD release..
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