Not Going Out, Season 4
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BAFTA award winner Lee Mack joins Tim Vine, Sally Bretton and Katy Wix in the highly anticipated fourth series of the hit Royal Television Society and Rose d’Or award-winning BBC sitcom NOT GOING OUT. Happy-go-lucky – but entirely hapless – Lee (LEE MACK) is still desperate to win the affections of his flatmate Lucy (SALLY BRETTON, Green Wing). But despite last year’s Christmas kiss, it’s still not plain sailing; and it’s not just Lee’s complete lack of drive that gets in the way. Trouble seems to find Lee at every turn. Not only are friends Tim (TIM VINE) and his ditzy girlfriend Daisy (KATY WIX, Torchwood) on hand to cause problems, but this year Lee also has to cope with stolen drugs, missing OAPs, film crews in his house and a coma. Packed full of the jokes, jibes and general misunderstandings of Lee and his friends, this is a comedy definitely worth staying in for.
|1||VideoDrugs||Arriving home after a night out in a club Tim discovers that he has picked up the wrong coat, which has a pocket full of drugs. Further investigation reveals that the coat belongs to Larry ‘the butcher’ Stubbs. Now Lee and Tim must return the coat without getting killed.||29:06||£1.89||View In iTunes|
|2||VideoDebbie||When a twenty-year old girl turns up on Lee’s doorstep and announces that he might be her father, Lee goes into immediate denial. Until, that is, he remembers a one-night stand he had at a party that Tim threw to celebrate the end of his accountancy exams back in the 1980’s. Is Lee mature - or rich enough - to be a father?||28:07||£1.89||View In iTunes|
|3||VideoMovie||Lucy is fed up of Lee treating her flat as if he owns it. He promises to change but omits to mention that he has already let the flat out to a film director who is paying Lee £500 to use the flat while Lucy’s out at work.||28:48||£1.89||View In iTunes|
|4||VideoDancing||Lucy and Tim’s parents, Geoffrey and Wendy, are separating. Geoffrey moves into Lucy’s flat, banishing Lee to the sofa. To get his room back and avoid being thrown onto the street, Lee must now play Relate Counsellor to patch up the marriage.||28:34||£1.89||View In iTunes|
|5||VideoFireworks||An old lady wanders into Lucy’s flat and joins Lee on the sofa. When it becomes clear that she doesn’t know who she is, Lee throws her out only to discover that she has a rich son who always pays a handsome reward to the person who brings her home.||27:45||£1.89||View In iTunes|
|6||VideoLife On Mars Bars||Stuck in a coma, with friends and family gathered round his hospital bed, Lee dreams of a perfect life with Lucy. But is it really so perfect and will the reality match up?||28:42||£1.89||View In iTunes|
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Best comedy since Only Fools....
I love this comedy. Lee Mack is a writing genius. But over £11 for 6 episodes is the usual rip off from iTunes. I don't know how they sleep at night. And where is other series?
Let's get something straight..... Pricing
Right first ever review on iTunes.
I do love this show, Tim and Lee are some of the greatest hits in comedy, but I'm not willing to pay £1.89 for just under 30 minutes of programming. An episode of Top Gear I would because it's £1.89 for an hours worth of laughs and if your a motoring enthusiast, intellectual details and reviews. South Park however has lowered it's old episode prices to 99p e.g. "With apologies to Jesse Jackson". But this is just 10 minutes above a SP episode and half an hour less than a TG episode. Just please iTunes, consider lowering your prices or your most likely to start losing customers. Oh and consider releasing Series 1-3 aswell.
I agree. Lower you prices or you will lose me too.Spent a fortune on Itunes. And whyjust have series4. Eh, comon.
- SD Version
- Genre: Comedy
- Released: 06 January 2011
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