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The Complete Yes Minister - Collector's Boxset  [DVD]
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Meet the bewildered Rt Hon James Hacker, his scheming and equivocating Permanent Secretary, Sir Humphrey Appleby and of course, Bernard, the piggy-in-the middle. This great value boxed set contains the complete series one, two and three every single episode until Jim Hacker rises to become prime minister. Easily the sharpest political comedy every written, with clandestine help from real civil servants, this is satire that bites so close to home it sometimes seems more like a documentary. Dont let the fact that it was Margaret Thatchers favourite show put you off, this does the impossible: it makes politics not just fun but hilariously funny.
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I have just finished the first disk - I guess I was just about old enough to see a couple first time round - and the pieces about European identity cards and failing public-private partnerships are right out of the Blair era, never mind the early Thatcher days.
One is left in no doubt that this is how it is, painful though it is to accept the fact. Painful politically, but I laughed out loud on many an occasion during each episode.
Politics and the civil service may still be much like this today - what a shame that television is not.
content 6 stars, edition 2 stars
But why isn't there any subtitle (even in English)? This would have been helpful...
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