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Friday Night Dinner - Series 1 & 2 Box Set [DVD]
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Twenty-something brothers Adam and Jonny return to the family home each week for a Jewish Friday night dinner of soup, chicken and crumble – plus massive side-orders of wind-ups and bickering. With a Masterchef-obsessed Mum; Dad eating from the rubbish bin; Grandma wearing her new bikini around the house, and Jim the neighbour who’s terrified of his own dog, it’s a feat of endurance. And that’s before the concerns about Jonny’s ‘made-up’ girlfriend and Dad’s non-stop requests for Adam to find a “female” on the Internet. Of course, every family has its foibles, its rituals and its eccentricities. It’s just that the Goodmans have made something of an art form of theirs…
Each week twenty-something brothers Adam and Jonny go back to Mum and Dad’s house for Friday night dinner, and each week Mum and Dad get ready for an evening of domestic squabbling, food-related pranking and lashings of ‘crimble crumble’. In this series, Adam goes out with a girl who smells like Mum, Jonny gets a girlfriend who’s twice his age, Dad dries fish in the downstairs cupboard, Mum is forced out the house by a mouse, neighbour Jim makes a birthday cake for his dog, Grandma gets a new boyfriend who tries to fight Dad and we meet Dad’s mother - ‘Horrible Grandma’.
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The show centers, of course, around two young Jewish men who come home every Friday night for dinner with the family. Simon Bird and Tom Rosenthal are both stunning and fearless as the boys, who are incredibly competitive and do the most appalling 10yo things to one another.
Tamsin Grieg is her usual entertaining self, whose only fault is that she doesn't look old enough to have two sons in their twenties. Paul Ritter and the insane Mark Heap round out the cast. The only appropriate response to all their nonsense is raucous laughter. Here are both series of this delight show.
The story centres around two Jewish sons who turn up for dinner every Friday night at their parents home but every week some drama or other occurs but whatever drama it is you can guarantee it's very funny.
I feel this comedy has probably been overlooked by a lot of people. Maybe it's the timeslot it has on Channel 4 but if you liked Simon Bird in The Inbetweeners then he is kind of a similar character in this show. Newcomer (well he was in Series 1) Tom Rosenthal makes an impressive comedy debut and Paul Ritter is great as their hapless father.
There are other guests that appear for dinner. Jackie's sister, Jackie's mum and her 'boyfriend'. It's just hilarious and clever comedy. I recommend it.
I really love this series as it actually reminds me of the chaos my brothers caused when they were teenagers!
A simple comedy that will raise alot of laughs. Simon Bird also stars in this series, known for the Inbetweeners!
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I can watch this over and over again and still laugh out loud. I can't wait for Mr Morris to make another comeback ! (Punk rockers !)Published 3 months ago by Rebecca G.
Hilarious. Just genius. Love their little catch phrases. Brilliant.Published 5 months ago by Amy Langley