Whilst this series may not have quite the universal appeal as more 'magnolia' offerings like the omnipresent Only Fools and Horses, it is worthy of more effort than this half hearted compilation. For me, One Foot In The Grave has probably the greatest emotional range of any program in recent times and this can only really be experienced in full by watching the episodes in the correct sequence. David Renwicks characters have great depth, and over time you really do discover more and more about Victor and Margaret and why they are who they are. The peerless performances by Richard Wilson and Annette Crosbie can make you cry with laughter whilst also lending real weight to the darker moments of the program. I believe releases of entire series to DVD is imminent if the BBC website is to be believed. Lets hope the BBC has done the program the justice is truly deserves.