The Young Ones, Series 1
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Loud, anarchic, surreal, juvenile and — most of all — outrageously funny comedy featuring the lunatic exploits of four students of Scumbag College: Vyv, the punk; socially aware and politically conscious Rik; Neil, the hippy; and Mike, the well-dressed smoothie. They share a dilapidated house in North London owned by their dodgy landlord Jerzy Balowski. They are the least compatible housemates imaginable and, when they are not tearing pieces out of each other, they manage to get involved in the most bizarre of comic escapades. PLEASE NOTE: We are using the raw, original broadcast material to deliver the most authentic experience we could provide. As a result, you may notice occasional glitches in video quality. This is TV the way it used to be!
|1||VideoDemolition||The council plans on demolishing the house, but Vyvyan is doing his best to save them the bother by doing it himself.||33:23||£1.89||View In iTunes|
|2||VideoOil||The Young Ones move into their new house. As they are allocating bedrooms, Vyvyan locates oil in the basement.||32:35||£1.89||View In iTunes|
|3||VideoBoring||Despite a terrorist siege in their house, a visitation from a dwarf from Hell, skating vegetables in the sink and card-playing mice, the Young Ones are still bored.||35:06||£1.89||View In iTunes|
|4||VideoBomb||An atomic bomb falls through the roof and blocks the fridge. Mike plans to sell it to the highest bidder.||35:09||£1.89||View In iTunes|
|5||VideoInteresting||It's party-time! Where else can you mingle with the four horsemen of the Apocalypse, a giant sandwich, a singing tomato and Santa?||31:53||£1.89||View In iTunes|
|6||VideoFlood||During heavy rains, London floods and the Young Ones are trapped in the house.||30:30||£1.89||View In iTunes|
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I'm getting thoroughly sick and tired of people using the opportunity to review TV programmes and the like as a message board to whinge about the prices iTunes charges. Those of you that do this are skewing the average rating and, in a way, misleading fellow consumers. The Young Ones may be 25 years old, but remains the one of the most anarchic, contemporary and above all funny TV shows that this country has ever produced. I can only imagine how the starchy suits who ran the BBC at the time must have felt as this went on air (and at times openly criticised the Corporation). Absolutely fantastic. So the choice is yours - buy it from iTunes, buy it on DVD, or don't buy it all. But this is a classic at whatever price.
Great to see one of the best ever TV comedy shows on the ipod
Legendary comedy in its time - it really was unmissable if you were young in 1982 - the question is has it aged well and the answer is, mostly, yes. Some of the political stuff is now quite passe (although "Take that, Thatcher" still strikes a chord) but the anarchic fun of it all is undimmed and some of the riffs are fantastically off the wall (mice playing cards, dogs talking). Most of all it strikes a chord with anyone who was ever a student. We all knew a Rik...