Not Going Out - Series 1-5 [DVD]
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BAFTA Winning comedians LEE MACK and TIM VINE star alongside SALLY BRETTON (Green Wing), MIRANDA HART (Miranda), MEGAN DODDS (Spooks) and KATY WIX (Torchwood) in the hit BBC1 primetime series NOT GOING OUT.
Series One: Lee is unburdened by ambition or drive, drifting from one ill-advised job to another, living off the goodwill and generosity of his landlady, Kate (Megan Dodds), a clean living Californian. Meanwhile, his best mate and uptight accountant Tim (Tim Vine), struggles to get over his break-up with Kate and cope with her rapidly blossoming friendship with Lee.
Series Two: Lee’s flatmate Kate has moved out for good and his best mate and landlord, Tim has put the apartment up for sale. Faced with the prospect of losing the flat, not to mention his well-meaning but utterly useless cleaner Barbara (Miranda Hart), Lee rents the spare room to Tim’s ambitious younger sister Lucy (Sally Breton).
Series Three: Having developed feelings for Lucy and successfully sabotaging her relationship with her then-boyfriend Guy, Lee still has no significant plans to confront her, and distractions such as pregnancies, insurance scams, and noisy neighbours keep his mind off the bigger picture.
Series Four: Trouble seems to find Lee at every turn. Not only are friends Tim and his ditzy girlfriend Daisy (Katy Wix) on hand to cause problems, but Lee also has to cope with stolen drugs, missing OAPs, long-lost daughters and a coma.
Series Five: Lee continues to get into all sorts of scrapes and sticky situations in his eagerness to please and impress the object of his affections. But will a drunken experiment with Lucy show once and for all that love really is in the air or will it just lead to more mayhem and mishaps…
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Top Customer Reviews
One of the keys to the success of the programme is that the actors often implicitly acknowledge the silliness of it all, so instead of feeling patronised you just go along with it too. But it's not all daft. The dialogue is sharp and always overflowing with witty gags, and the situations the characters are put in are genius (I'm thinking in particular of the `Drugs' episode).
When series five was shown recently I couldn't wait for Friday night (especially since it was airing after `Would I Lie to You?') and found myself literally creased up with laughter sometimes. The final episode, `Drunk', brought my mother downstairs asking if I was ok. I'm thrilled they've made Daisy a more significant character and given her some of the best lines - she's such a great personality and she definitely `made' the final series.
I am certainly aware that this programme may not be for everyone. It has a similar sense of humour to `Miranda' and that isn't to everyone's taste (well, not my Nan's anyway). If you aren't willing to go along with a bit of silliness you may want to buy the latest series first to test the waters before you embark on the whole box set.
The first series has a slightly different cast and it takes until series two and beyond before it fully hits its stride. The latest series is here too (at this price this means its an absolute steal) and that has some absolutely brilliant moments - the car stuck in the woods stands out.
Overall if you like your comedy light and full of puns and laughs then you will adore this.
Great characters played by superb comedic actors, and very funny well thought out storylines.
The girl in the first series is not quite as good as the subsequent series, but Lee Mack carries the series beautifully, and the first series also has Miranda which is a huge bonus.
If you want to enjoy a night in with a good laugh and show that seems to be able to keep its momentum going through all 5 seasons (so far) then I recomment this to you without question.