1970s humour at its best. Do not try to compare this with Monty Python - this should tickle a completely different part of you! If you remember the 1970s (and the Goodies) you must enjoy this, as there is a strong element of nostalgia - from the furniture to the social topics (disco, kung fu, etc). However, there is more to it than that - I still think it is genuinely funny. Personally I think that Graeme Garden, Tim Brooke-Taylor and Bill Oddie are exceptionally talented and deserve much more recognition for this masterpiece that they produced. There is a wide range of humour in these programmes and they should appeal to a wide range of ages. Buy this double dvd and see what you think. Consider the "special effects" - they are clever, original and amusing at the same time. Why is this programme not repeated on television? And even better, there is commentary on three of the episodes by the three Goodies. Just hearing the three of them together again makes this dvd special. I have enjoyed the things they have done since leaving the Goodies (especially the brilliant I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue") but to people who were young in the 1970s these three performers will always be The Goodies.