Peep Show, Series 1
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Meet Mark and Jeremy in the first series of this award-winning comedy. Socially dysfunctional in their own ways, Mark and Jeremy have an unhealthy reliance on one another. Follow Mark in his pursuit of his office co-worker and supposed love of his life Sophie while Jeremy attempts to kick start his music career despite the complications of his friend, the manipulative Super Hans and their next-door neighbour, the beautiful Toni.
|1||VideoWarring Factions||Despite being bullied on the street by the local children, Mark sets himself the task of sleeping with the divorcee Toni next door, basing his seduction technique on the Battle of Stalingrad. But part of his plan includes humiliating his flat mate Jeremy, who vows revenge. Adult themes and strong language||24:01||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|2||VideoThe Interview||Jeremy reluctantly agrees to go for a job working in Mark's office. And Mark's attempts to flirt with Sophie backfire when he accidentally leads her to believe that he's a Nazi. Adult themes and strong language||24:16||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|3||VideoOn The Pull||Mark and Jeremy go 'on the pull' and find themselves smoking pot in the Lazerbowl toilets with a teenage goth. Jeremy perseveres with the sexy Toni despite her refusal to stop talking about Peter Gabriel, and after a few pints Mark decides a melon is a big improvement on a bowling ball. Adult themes and strong language||23:50||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|4||VideoMark Makes a Friend||Mark makes a friend at a business conference but will it turn into more than just friendship? Jeremy is forced to consider Super Hans as a replacement flatmate and resolves to stop at nothing to keep he and Mark, the 'El Dude Brothers', together. Adult themes and strong language||24:16||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|5||VideoDream Job||Jeremy tries to wow Toni with his new job in a music studio while Mark gets passed over for promotion in favour of Sophie, and goes slowly round the twist. Adult themes and strong language||24:48||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|6||VideoFuneral||Death and terminal illness prove to be the keys to romantic success for Mark and Jeremy. Jeremy gets in with the Christians while Mark finds the perfect venue for a first date with Sophie - a funeral. Everyone's having a great time until the paramedics arrive. Adult themes and strong language||25:15||£1.89||View in iTunes|
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One of the best comedies ever...
Peep Show seems to have slipped under the radar slightly, and viewing figures have always been on the low side, but anyone who has seen this show will appreciate that it's a breath of fresh air and one of the most original British comedies in years. Featuring a fine cast led by comedians Mitchell and Webb, the acting is superb, with Mitchell's Mark Corrigan performed to absolute perfection. Mark, and his flatmate Jeremy, are social misfits sharing a flat and trying to make a success of their lives - only to fail spectacularly at almost every turn. Shot using an unusual "first person" style, the show makes great use of inner monologue to devastating comic effect. If you've not seen this, do yourself a favour - you won't regret it, although do watch out for some very strong language and adult content.
ha ha very funny
i like this televion series more than i like the cutty sark, or mashed potato. which in this case is 5 stars
This show is bloody funny. I recomend this to every one.