Still Game - Series 2 [DVD] 
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Jack (Ford Kiernan) and Victor (Greg Hemphill) return for series two of Still Game with their pals from the Craiglang estate including local gossip Isa, straight-talking shopkeeper Navid, and Winston, who is seriously in need of some anger-management sessions. Still Game shows retirement to be the moment when life truly begins.
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This series has too many classic moments to list but it's not just the comedy which makes this show so widely watched and appreciated.
99% of the issues tackled in Still Game are true to life and generally things we assosiate with the older generation. For example, lonliness, poor pensions, being bullied by young folk and loan sharks exploiting the community. While these are serious, true to life topics, they are dealt with in such a way that the viewer can be emotionally moved one minute then laughing out loud the next.
Another plus regarding this show is (unlike it hilarious predecessor Chewin the Fat), it is very mature and people of all ages can watch and laugh at the same jokes. I found that in Chewin The Fat, a lot of the jokes my mum didn't get or didn't like. Still Game is a favourite with all of my family.
The characters are created to have their flaws, but it makes them all the more likeable. Whether it is naiviety (Victor regarding his son), Scrooge with money (Tam), the determination to swindle the DSS (Winston) or Jack, who is always thinking about Victor which in the final eisode of the series, causes problems between to two.
The acting is really second to none, in my opinion. The actors are so good in their parts it is the final factor which makes the viewer believe they are real pensioners being filmed, not actors.
Looking at the four main guys, it's hard to believe that they are all only in their 30s and not 70s.
It's great that Still game is now being shown in the UK and not just Scotland because it doesn't get as much recognition as it deserves. From all angles, this is a first class show and one of the few bright spots of TV at the moment.
Buy this, if you don't laugh I'll give you your money back!
What two old men and there friends really get up to is a fasinating journey, the only problem is that after watching this you will sit back and ask yourself if you will turn out like them or maybe even hope that your life turns out like theirs.
From dealing with yobs to trying to stay young and even warm in the winter, they even manage to make the more serious issues funny.
With its one liners that you find yourself repeating in everyday life. It is one of the best comedies to come from the BBC a shame therefore that it is only shown in Scotland.
If you have ever wondered what really happens at tea dances, in the park or why people spend so much time in the library then this is for you.
All that is left for me to say once again is that it is absolutley fantastic I wait with great excitement for the next installment from Jack and Victor and the rest of Craiglang.
There are nine episodes in total with the three middle ones being the absolute classics. "Tappin" sees Jack and victor come into some extra money and decide to treat themselves, however there is also a money lender in town who Craiglang seem to be taking a liking to. The episode "Scran" is my personal favourite, after Naveed's brother dies he goes back to India and Jack and Victor run the shop, starting up fast food in the process and enraging the man from the snack van. In "Brief" Victor buys a car but Manky Franky was wanting it and is not happy at losing out.
All in all the best series of a truly fantastic TV program. Excellent humour, your sides will be splitting.
If you are planning to buy a series as a present then this is the one to go for.
We are all getting older and so as well as being hilarious this also makes you think of how you will be when you reach retirement. With Navid and his wife running the convenience store, and the landlord and regulars at the local pub 'The Clansman', there is always something going on. With people having to deal with bereavement, getting a home help, putting up with a grotty park, or having to think about whether to go live abroad with family this is a series that will appeal to a lot of people, although there is swearing so please be aware of little children.
Always worth watching this is always funny as well, constantly making me laugh out loud. I think most people can see a bit of themselves in some of the characters or recognize someone they know. I always laugh at Isa as I used to have a girlfriend who was as nosy as her. Life is what you make of it, and this shows that you aren't dead or a zombie when you are old, you can still have fun and a laugh.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Adore this show. Genuinely funny and at times moving. All actors are superb, in particular Jack and Victor. A great watch. Highly recommend.Published 1 month ago by A Customer
Pure genius. I wish we could also watch 'Chewing The Fat' which is the original series this is a spin off from.Published 7 months ago by Sean Doyle