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Black Books: Complete Series 1/2/3 DVD Boxset £7.99 + Free Delivery @ HMV

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BLACK BOOKS follows the adventures of bookshop owner Bernard (Dylan Moran), his assistant Manny (Bill Bailey) and Fran (Tamsin Greig), who works in a new age shop next door. In this entertaining surre… Read More
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BLACK BOOKS follows the adventures of bookshop owner Bernard (Dylan Moran), his assistant Manny (Bill Bailey) and Fran (Tamsin Greig), who works in a new age shop next door. In this entertaining surreal comedy, Dylan Moran and Bill Bailey make a great double act, delivering the tightly written script (by Moran and FATHER TED co-writer Graham Linehan) with consummate ease, while Tamsin Greig as Fran does an admirable job of diffusing the tensions that rise between Bernard and Manny. Contains every single episode from the first three series of BLACK BOOKS.
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#1
I must have been living on another planet when this first aired, so only saw it a couple of years ago - if you didn't see it either, BUY it, quality comedy like this is far too rare! :-)

Moo-Pa
#2
Great comedy show although the 3rd series is not as good as the first two seasons, but worth it for this price
#3
That's a great price. Super sharp writing and just comic brilliance from very good comedy actors.
The episode with Simon Pegg as the rival book shop manager is quite simply legendary.

sharpe106
Great comedy show although the 3rd series is not as good as the first two seasons, but worth it for this price


Agreed, although, ahem, we in the UK call them 'series' ;-)
#4
Watch this while eating Tiramisu with a long spooon
#5
"She's playing with fire. He's not ready for Nibbly Pig!"
#6
It's a saving of £3 and it's 416 degrees? Arghhhhhh! ;)
#7
Ordered, hot, thanks.
#8
Thank you for posting....triffic
#9
j_o_h_n;5325898
It's a saving of £3 and it's 416 degrees? Arghhhhhh! ;)


In which case it's a saving of about 27.5%

Call me Big-spender if you like, but I would be in the middle of a spending frenzy if I could get 27.5% off everything I wanted to buy! :-)

Seems stone cold then for the bargain it represents!
#10
its always 'on demand' on Virgin if you wanna take a look
#11
nihcaj
In which case it's a saving of about 27.5%

Call me Big-spender if you like, but I would be in the middle of a spending frenzy if I could get 27.5% off everything I wanted to buy! :-)

Seems stone cold then for the bargain it represents!



Erm ok then, Big Spender. Anyway....

The significance of percentage saving is tied in to your actual outlay no?! E.g. All £2.99 DVD deals that were originally £4.99 offer a saving of 40%, it doesn't make them all deal of the century does it? Especially when they'll all be on discounted rotation at some point with some vendor or other.

Anyway, everyone else just laps these deals up so it's obviously just me... ;)
#12
j_o_h_n;5333407
Erm ok then, Big Spender. Anyway....

The significance of percentage saving is tied in to your actual outlay no?! E.g. All £2.99 DVD deals that were originally £4.99 offer a saving of 40%, it doesn't make them all deal of the century does it? Especially when they'll all be on discounted rotation at some point with some vendor or other.

Anyway, everyone else just laps these deals up so it's obviously just me... ;)


If you only think a bargain is big figures, then very few come along really, and I am not sure it is worth the bother of reading this site. My outlook, as someone who has a very restricted income after a previous very good income is to live as comparable good a lifestyle as I can, on the lower income I find myself stuck with, so of course while I am looking for 100 quid off a TV, I don't buy one of those everyday, but if I say, I can pay 3 quid for a jar of coffee instead of 5 to 6 quid, and I can be always on top of where those deals are, that could means something like 100 quid a year in the long run, so I can get a LOT more out of my income. Even if a quid off 4 tins of beans sounds trivial, if I am buying it every week, its 52 quid a year, and makes the big discount not so rare an event.

Still we are all looking for different stuff, there is always a deal for someone, somewhere!
#13
nihcaj
If you only think a bargain is big figures, then very few come along really, and I am not sure it is worth the bother of reading this site. My outlook, as someone who has a very restricted income after a previous very good income is to live as comparable good a lifestyle as I can, on the lower income I find myself stuck with, so of course while I am looking for 100 quid off a TV, I don't buy one of those everyday, but if I say, I can pay 3 quid for a jar of coffee instead of 5 to 6 quid, and I can be always on top of where those deals are, that could means something like 100 quid a year in the long run, so I can get a LOT more out of my income. Even if a quid off 4 tins of beans sounds trivial, if I am buying it every week, its 52 quid a year, and makes the big discount not so rare an event.

Still we are all looking for different stuff, there is always a deal for someone, somewhere!


I totally agree with you on everyday household goods. What I don't get is that if someone's after a particular DVD or CD then the fact that you can get it 78p cheaper this week at Wavvi as opposed to HMZ doesn't make it a great deal IMO. I appreciate that a lot of people may be interested in them but its getting to the point where they need their own section. Anyway, don't mind me... I'm just blowing off through DVD/CD overload in this place. :)
#14
Complete bargain! This show is amazing and this price is fantastic :)
#15
Excellent series. Paid £9.99 a few months back, which was a bargain and hot, this is better so even hotter! :thumbsup:
#16
j_o_h_n;5334380
I appreciate that a lot of people may be interested in them but its getting to the point where they need their own section.


I suppose there is something to be said for sectioning off deals... that way those of us without kids could save time not scanning through a million deals for toys and baby gear, and those not interested in sport or whatever it is.

Might cause a few headaches too though, and people will always post wildly off topic
#17
Excelent deal, picked mine up for about a tenner before zavvi closed down, might have to get a replacement tho as ive nearly worn mine out!

Hope it doesnt get any hotter, i've got dave's syndrome!

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