Ideal is perhaps the most under rated comedy drama England has had too offer in quite some time. The scripts are clever and gripping, the actors are brilliant and their characters are even better. With so many great lines, and gripping stories that have you coming back week after week, whats not too love?
Season three sees Moz purpose to his girlfriend by accident, as the wedding day quickly approaches he tries time and time again to wiggle out of it. Cartoon Head and Physco Paul start recording porn in his flat, and Alan (The Christan builder) is slowly driven completely mental by the harsh and cruel reality's that surround him.
Admittedly this is not Ideals best season, but it never once gets boring, and with season four being as brilliant as it has been, now is the perfect time to catch up and await the fourth season being released on DVD. I plead with the British public to watch Ideal more often or to give it a chance, to make sure the BBC know that we love fresh brilliantly written comedy dramas and we'd love to see more like it take over the rubbish filled BBC three
Special features include, a rather bizarre documentary, Cartoon Head The Mask behind the Man, Ideal Night Out actors from Ideal do a charity stand up gig (The highlights being Cartoon Head and Johnny Vegas), Out-takes and Photo Gallery
The one big complaint/question I have though, is why did it take so long for series 3 to be released? If it was released two weeks before Season Four, it might have bumped up the viewing figures for the new season. If that wasn't bad enough we had to wait over a year for it to arrive. *Sniffs*
In closing Ideal is brillant