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Auf Wiedersehen Pet: The Complete Brand New Series [DVD] 
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Oz, Barry, Neville, Dennis, Bomber and Moxey (along with the late Wayne's son Wyman) are back together. The last 15 years have been kinder to some of the lads than others. One drives a Bentley, another a taxi. Marriages have come and gone. But when Oz turns up with an irresistible offer, the Magnificent Seven find that the friendships they made on the road to Dusseldorf have, against the odds, survived. Wayne and the days of Thatcher's unemployed have gone. However, the need for one big pay day remains.
Some need the money, some need the comfort of friendship. Oz reckons they can each earn a small fortune if they can find a way of transporting Teeside's Transporter Bridge from Middlesborough to Arizona. Having decided to carry out Oz's plan, over the six episodes, the lads encounter love, lust, deception, cash, theft, fraud, drugs and the FBI! This double DVD release features the entire third series of Auf Wiedersehen Pet.
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I was delighted when it was announced that the BBC (what happened to ITV?) were producing a new series 20 years on starring all of the original cast but of course without Wayne. However, even here it was a touch of genius to introduce a son of the wayward rocker. What made this series for me was the fact that despite the bizarre storyline, the actors were totally convincing as their aged characters. While they had all moved down the road a few years apparently more sensible and worldly wise, flashes of old were constantly seen. This very clever (if slightly crazy) plot cannot fail to interest new viewers while original fans can enjoy the return of the gang that filled their living rooms on Friday nights 20 years ago. Perseverance is the key for the first couple of episodes as the plot is quite complex and doesn't grab quickly. It really is worth the effort though becoming totally addictive with a very satisfying end. Marvellous entertainment with Mark Knopfler's catchy theme tune throughout makes for a great viewing experience.
If you're hoping for lots of DVD extras, there are none to be found. It is simply the episodes spread across two discs and that suits me just fine.
I loved the first two series and it is always a gamble to revisit a successful series without ruining it. That said, this was done superbly and was thoroughly enjoyable viewing.
I won't spoil the plot if you haven't seen it, but if you enjoyed the earlier series' then this is well worth purchasing.
The way I see it, some of it was OK, a lot of it was bad, but none of it was great. Yeah, it may have been twice as good as anything else on the Box at the time, but it isn't even half as good as the first series, never mind the second - which was AufPets finest moment in my view and something that will never be beaten.
Some people may say that because it's got 'Auf Wiedersehen, Pet' as the title and is written by Dick and Ian, that means it's great; I'm sorry, they are kidding themselves, it's not and no amount of repeat viewing will change that.
As for the DVD: Actual episode content apart, the first thing I would say about it is that it does look and sound great. It's in Dolby Digital (2.0) Stereo and Widescreen 16:9 Anamorphic so it's more like a feature film than a TV series. The BBC cropped the image when it was broadcast, which did make some scenes look a bit odd on TV, but here it's presented in it's original 16:9 widescreen and looks miles better for it.
However, while it may have great picture and sound, the rest of this DVD transfer is a strictly bare-bones, cheapo affair.
Despite the fact that the BBC and (the AufPet production company) Ziji Productions must have had load's of interesting stuff, there's NO extras of ANY kind. The menus are silent\static and there are no subtitles. There's not even a booklet or leaflet about the programme inside. The cover has a small blurb about each episode and a couple of publicity shots of the lads, Wyman, Grainger and Joe - that's it, nothing else.Read more ›
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So funny. Love A pet and this was a great series. So good I bought the other series.Published 9 hours ago by Mr Mirfield