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Friday Night Dinner 2 Seasons 2011

For the Goodman family, Friday Night Dinner is just like Sunday lunch: just take two days away, add an extra course and you've pretty much got it. Adam and his brother Jonny view Friday night dinner as a necessary annoyance - necessary because they get fed, and annoying because, well, they have to spend the evening with Mum and Dad. It's not that Mum and Dad aren't wonderful.

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Tamsin Greig, Paul Ritter

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1. Friday Night Dinner - Episode 1

Adam and Johnny find Martin acting even stranger than usual when they arrive for dinner. Adam's song is on the radio, but Martin's odd behavior distracts everyone. Finally, Jackie confronts Martin while the boys' prank texts go a bit overboard.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2011 22 minutes
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2. Friday Night Dinner - Episode 2

Jackie's plans to watch the Masterchef finale are thwarted by an unwelcome houseguest and an ill-timed pickup of the family's old sofa.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2011 22 minutes
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3. Friday Night Dinner - Episode 3

Grandma has come for a visit and Jackie's nerves are tested by her mother's attitude and her sons' pranks. Adam and Johnny head to a pub to take the edge off until they run into a familiar face and find themselves in a sticky situation.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2011 23 minutes
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4. Friday Night Dinner - Episode 4

Jackie's friend's son is getting married, and the boys are expected to go to the wedding. Will Johnny bring his imaginary girlfriend? Martin sets up a bonfire in the backyard to burn his old junk, but more than expected ends up charred.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2011 23 minutes
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5. Friday Night Dinner - Episode 5

It's Adam's birthday and with Jackie injured, Martin is put in control of dinner - this goes about as horribly as expected. Adam isn't shocked to find that his birthday presents don't exactly match his wish list.

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6. Friday Night Dinner - Episode 6

Adam arrives at his parents' house to find everyone dressed up for a special guest-his mom has set him up on date - at a family dinner! Everyone does their best to embarrass him, both accidentally and intentionally.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2011 23 minutes
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7. Friday Night Dinner - Episode 7

It's Christmas day. Mum has made a fantastic Christmas dinner. The boys are delighted that Grandma, is coming round, but horrified that dad's (Martin's) mother - 'Horrible Grandma' - is coming too.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2011 25 minutes
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Product Details

Genres Comedy
Director Steve Bendelack
Starring Tamsin Greig, Paul Ritter
Supporting actors Simon Bird, Tom Rosenthal
Season year 2011
Network BBC Worldwide
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Totally agree with other reviewers, this is even better than Series 1.

I think this is a really clever comedy and very well written, it combines the silly slapstick humour with that dry understated humour. I personally always prefer the more dry subtle humour however even when the two brothers start fighting and chasing each other, something I wouldn’t normally enjoy, I find myself laughing and really enjoying it. I think I said the same about Series 1 - the actors are all brilliant and have really good onscreen chemistry, however in this series, I personally think Martin and Jim steal the show. Mark Heap’s acting is spot on at playing the weird but harmless neighbour, and Martin is sort of repulsive in a nice way (if that makes sense) and his performance through the show just stands out.

Hope this show continues for a long time!
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Wonderful to revisit these characters and find them even funnier than the first time round. Knowing what to expect from each of them adds to the pleasure. This is a series to be watched over and over again, each time to discover new gems.
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Love this sitcom, might be an acquired taste in comedy. My family and myself have a really good laugh every time and we have all adopted some of their various sayings. Will purchase other series in the future, Wouk definitely recommend.
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Having loved the first series of Friday Night Dinner I was so pleased to see such a brilliant second series! The farce, slapstick and surreal moments are a joy to watch, and the character quirks are so funny and well observed. I don't usually laugh out loud when I'm watching comedy unless it's something like Fawlty Towers, but this is one of those comedies that gets me into a state of uncontrollable giggles throughout. Mr Morris is incredible, and the scene with Jim and the paint is hands down one of the funniest things I have ever seen on TV. More please!
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Hilarious! A brilliant program. The first episode of this season is a little over the top (lots of physical comedy), and I didn't like it as much as the rest -- but otherwise just as delightful as Series 1.
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I saw this before series 1 and have to say it's much better than the first series. Yes, there is repetition, but it works and, while it's nothing wildly new or controversial, it does what it does very well, and the episode with Jim and the paint is reason enough to buy this - and the reason I'll be buying it as soon as it's released on DVD.
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I'm completely hooked on this sitcom. Series 2 was as funny as the first series. It frequently makes me laugh out loud, and on a couple of occasions I have been completely convulsed. Not a single duff episode so far. I can't wait to watch series 3.
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Love FND! Remember watching Series One back in 2011 when it was first aired and just had to get this after already having Series 1! Can't wait for the third series to be released!
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