Peep Show, Series 4
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Having finally proposed to Sophie, Mark is having doubts: Is he settling for a sugar bowl he doesn't love, which he secretly wants to get chipped and broken, so he can get the one of his dreams?
|1||VideoSophie's Parents||The fourth series of the multi award-winning and critically acclaimed hit comedy begins with Mark and Sophie engaged to be married. Unfortunately Mark is having doubts; crippling doubts. Adult themes and strong language||24:46||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|2||VideoConference||At the annual JLB conference in Kettering, Mark's (Mitchell) boss, Johnson (Paterson Joseph), tells Mark he has to give a presentation in front of the entire board. Adult themes and very strong language||25:57||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|3||VideoGym||Mark is still having doubts about marrying Sophie, so joins a gym in order to spend as much time away from her as possible. Adult themes and strong language||24:38||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|4||VideoHandyman||Jeremy meets his hero - techno musician Russell 'The Orgazoid' and ends up working as his handyman. But Mark gets suspicious, as Jeremy's job seems to consist of making smoothies for Russell. Adult themes and strong language||25:16||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|5||VideoHoliday||As Mark's (Mitchell) best man, Jeremy has organised a stag weekend. This consists of Mark and Jeremy (Webb) on a canal boat on the Shropshire Union Canal. Unfortunately, it's cold, there's nothing to do, and Jeremy is instantly bored. But things soon spice up when Jeremy meets a new girl, then does something unspeakable to her pet dog. Adult themes and strong language||24:03||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|6||VideoWedding||It's the big day: Mark is getting married to Sophie. Mark and his best man, Jeremy, set off in the car to the church, with a very hungover Super Hans in the back. Adult themes and strong language||26:04||£1.89||View in iTunes|
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OK its expensive but lets get some things straight
Channel 4oD is simply watching the show, not owning it Channel 4oD is PC Windows Media Player only (thats just rubbish) So £1.89 a show £11 a series is steep but Apple cant give it away. Buy the DVD and waste 4 hours of your time ripping it to your hard drive instead of moaning here. I protest more at programs such as lost that weigh in at nearly £40 for a series...
The Series is Awesome, but the cost is poor.
It's good to see that some of the funniest shows around are finally available, but no one is going to buy a programme thats going to cost them more than the actual DVD. You can actually download this programme for free from elsewhere on the internet, so why would anyone pay the extortionate fee that iTunes demands? People aren't stupid, sort it out Apple.
It's great to see Channel 4 programmes such as Peep Show on iTunes. However, I still can't justify the cost. It needs to be a bit cheaper. At the moment, buying TV show from iTunes UK isn't an option. I don't even consider it.