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Not Going Out - Series 1-5 [DVD] £9.99 & FREE Delivery (Amazon.co.uk)

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amazing value - £1.98 a season (£1.11 per disc)!! & FREE Delivery in the UK on orders over £10. I've gone for this myself, can't find cheaper any where else and missed it in the black friday dea… Read More
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amazing value - £1.98 a season (£1.11 per disc)!!

& FREE Delivery in the UK on orders over £10.

I've gone for this myself, can't find cheaper any where else and missed it in the black friday deal (going for the same rate)

Series One: Lee is unburdened by ambition or drive, drifting from one ill-advised job to another, living off the goodwill and generosity of his landlady, Kate (Megan Dodds), a clean living Californian. Meanwhile, his best mate and uptight accountant Tim (Tim Vine), struggles to get over his break-up with Kate and cope with her rapidly blossoming friendship with Lee.

Series Two: Lee’s flatmate Kate has moved out for good and his best mate and landlord, Tim has put the apartment up for sale. Faced with the prospect of losing the flat, not to mention his well-meaning but utterly useless cleaner Barbara (Miranda Hart), Lee rents the spare room to Tim’s ambitious younger sister Lucy (Sally Breton).

Series Three: Having developed feelings for Lucy and successfully sabotaging her relationship with her then-boyfriend Guy, Lee still has no significant plans to confront her, and distractions such as pregnancies, insurance scams, and noisy neighbours keep his mind off the bigger picture.

Series Four: Trouble seems to find Lee at every turn. Not only are friends Tim and his ditzy girlfriend Daisy (Katy Wix) on hand to cause problems, but Lee also has to cope with stolen drugs, missing OAPs, long-lost daughters and a coma.

Series Five: Lee continues to get into all sorts of scrapes and sticky situations in his eagerness to please and impress the object of his affections. But will a drunken experiment with Lucy show once and for all that love really is in the air or will it just lead to more mayhem and mishaps…
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2 Likes #1
Hilarious show.
#2
Wish they would release this on Blu ray along with How Not To Live Your Life,
heat added.

Edited By: Dellboy2 on Jan 05, 2015 15:39
1 Like #3
also this price in HMV for those with one close enough
3 Likes #4
i must be in the minority going by mentions of this show on HUKD previously, but i cant stand the show.
I like Lee Mack as a stand up comedian and as a panelist on quiz shows. But i just cant find this show the slightest bit funny. How and why are the live audience told to laugh after EVERY line that Mack delivers? I think its that canned laughter that ruins it for me.
#5
They're not told to laugh, it just happens naturally. Think of the comedy films you've seen at a packed cinema that had the crowd roaring yet at home alone, you only chuckle occasionally. That it's actually being performed live just adds to that.

It is a very gag heavy show with the idea being that if you don't like this joke, another will be along shortly. Not your cup of tea I guess though.
#6
Does anyone know if them getting married spells the end of this show or if there is going to be more, thanks :)
#7
furiousjammin
But i just cant find this show the slightest bit funny. How and why are the live audience told to laugh after EVERY line that Mack delivers? I think its that canned laughter that ruins it for me.

Canned laughter? No such thing. People find it very funny. Lots of them are in the studio.
#8
I'd much rather watch this than the godawful Citizen Khan or Mrs Brown's Boys, but I agree, it's not up to the standard of Lee's solo or stand up appearances.
#9
furiousjammin
i must be in the minority going by mentions of this show on HUKD previously, but i cant stand the show.
I like Lee Mack as a stand up comedian and as a panelist on quiz shows. But i just cant find this show the slightest bit funny. How and why are the live audience told to laugh after EVERY line that Mack delivers? I think its that canned laughter that ruins it for me.


I went to the filming last series and there's absolutely nothing telling you to laugh. It's the atmosphere and multiple takes that make you laugh more than you would on the sofa.
#10
Lee Mack suggested that it was the last episode but its not been confirmed. Don't really see where they could go from there - seems like a fitting end.

Personally I'd wait and the complete boxset.


lianne21
Does anyone know if them getting married spells the end of this show or if there is going to be more, thanks :)
#11
DistortedVision
Lee Mack suggested that it was the last episode but its not been confirmed. Don't really see where they could go from there - seems like a fitting end.
Personally I'd wait and the complete boxset.
lianne21
Does anyone know if them getting married spells the end of this show or if there is going to be more, thanks :)

I agree its a great ending. I would love to see them as a proper couple though and wish Lee would carry on with it. I love his one liners and think Would I lie to you wouldn't be half as funny without him, he makes the whole show for me .
1 Like #12
Painfully unfunny. I do remember laughing at the sex tape episode though but £10 for 30 mins doesn't cut it for me.
#13
All he's said is he wants to take a years break from making it, Not Going Out is a major money spinner and has been sold to 120 countries, I think by bringing in Hugh Dennis and his wife this series the long term thought is to change the series slightly, have a storyline where Lucy is pregnant, the birth of the baby etc. There's a lot of comedy gold there and I reckon this will be a series on for a good few years yet. Brilliant show :)
#14
great show
1 Like #15
I love Not Going Out - definitely better when Tim Vine was in it though.

Now Miranda I don't get at all. Watched the last ever one and just can't understand why it is so popular
1 Like #16
Can't stand Miranda or Mrs. Brown's Boys.

Melbury
I love Not Going Out - definitely better when Tim Vine was in it though.

Now Miranda I don't get at all. Watched the last ever one and just can't understand why it is so popular
#17
Melbury
I love Not Going Out - definitely better when Tim Vine was in it though.
Now Miranda I don't get at all. Watched the last ever one and just can't understand why it is so popular

Me neither, cant even crack a smile while watching Miranda.
#18
Miranda and Mrs. Brown seemed to be funny for a short while when they started but then I quickly found them boring as it was the same thing every week. Not Going Out is the same thing every week in many respects also but it is far more intelligent and a class above other comedies. The jokes are extremely well written. It does miss Tim Vine for sure, but the recent addition of Hugh Dennis was smart and helps fill that hole. Plenty of life in the ole show yet. PS Hot deal!
#19
[quote=Melbury]I love Not Going Out - definitely better when Tim Vine was in it though.

+1
anyone know why he wasn't in the last 2 (or 3) series?
#20
u664541
[quote=Melbury]I love Not Going Out - definitely better when Tim Vine was in it though.

+1
anyone know why he wasn't in the last 2 (or 3) series?


Tim Vine on quitting Not Going Out: 'I didn't want to do it forever'




http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/tv/news/a551004/tim-vine-on-quitting-not-going-out-i-didnt-want-to-do-it-forever.html#~p0wKo1KWLndF4R


Edited By: Boz on Jan 05, 2015 20:31
#21
#22
this is one of my favourite shows, heat added.
#23
The only ones worth owning imho
#24
I'd get this if it was released on blu ray.
#25
The series ended on Christmas eve though..

I did love the one liners.. The best so far compared to other comedy shows.

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