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Bernard Black (Dylan Moran), proprietor of the grubby bookshop Black Books, prefers the company of his books to his customers. Devoted to the twin pleasures of excessive drinking and wilful antagonism, Bernard enriches his life and the lives of his only two friends, Manny (Bill Bailey) and Fran (Tamsin Grieg) in the process. In this second collection of episodes, Bernard finds proof positive that Manny is mad, Manny worries about the reliability of his magic hot water bottle and uses his underworld connections to help the recently unemployed Fran find a job, Fran struggles to find her inner karma in between trying to find her cigarettes and making excuses to have another drink. Under constant threat from the nasty, unfeeling outside world, the characters in Black Books attempt to maintain the haven of the bookshop even as their own talent for meaningless stupidity pitches them towards mayhem.
Outrageous British humor at its craziest. Love the characters these actors portray so well. The skits are inventive and
written for an educated audience.
Bernard Black, Manny and Fran just get funnier and funnier in this second series about a cranky book shop owner and his sidekicks. Read morePublished on 26 Jun 2005 by kehs
So funny i laughed like a Ming 'til I wept. mmweeehehehehehee, (i think thats what he sounds like)Published on 8 Aug 2004 by W. A. Harding
If youve never experianced black books before then your seriously missing out. Howevere this series is not quite as good as the 1st one but it closly follows-Bill Baily is... Read morePublished on 20 July 2004 by jack pearsall
Every single episode ever in the world of Black Books are fantastic, the relationship between Bernard Black (Dylan Moran) and Manny Bianco (Bill Bailey) is brilliant. Read morePublished on 18 April 2004 by "huanlongdhong"
this is THE best comedy in the whole milky white! Dylan Moran and Bill Bailey are the best actors together as Bernard & Manny! Read morePublished on 25 Mar 2004 by Tom