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This complete first season follows the antics of Hugo Abbot, a simple MP, whose ongoing fight with his partys spin doctors provides just one richly mined strand for the show. Skilfully mixing drama and comedy, and shot in the increasingly popular fly-on-the-wall documentary style, The Thick Of It manages to be both laugh-out-loud funny, yet eerily scary at the same time.
The credit, clearly, lies with the brains and the cast behind the programme. In front of the camera, both Chris Langham and the seemingly-brutal Peter Capaldi have won the plaudits, but much of the acclaim also needs lying at the doorstep of Armando Iannucci. Iannucci already has a comedy CV that few can rival, both in front of and behind the lens, and its testament to the quality of The Thick Of It that it stands next easily next to anything in his back catalogue.
This unmissable DVD brings together all the episodes from the little-seen-yet-rarely-rivalled maiden season (although the Christmas special is missing), and its a real comedy treat. Bluntly, The Thick Of It is a modern day classic, and through the DVD release, more people can finally get the chance to see why. --Jon Foster
Again I have not had time to watch all of this but from the first episode I know I am going to enjoy the rest when I have time on holiday to watch them.Published 2 months ago by Kathleen Batchelor
This show is brilliant, but if you start noticing how insanely wobbly and unstable the camera is all the time, like it's being held by a demented, overcaffeinated chimp, it really... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Simon Richards
I think it would have been a good funny series if it weren't for the overly swipey wobbly cam....think ER on speed. Can Amazon fund a remake without the crap cam?Published 7 months ago by Wedgy
Am sure The Thick of It is like Marmite, love or hate. I'm in the love catergory! Funny and you could imagine it being quite accurate. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Peaf