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Spaced: Series 2 DVD £2.99 delivered @ HMV

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Series two of the sitcom SPACED features Tim and Daisy (Simon Pegg and Jessica Stevenson), two quirky young adults who posed as a professional couple in order to rent a flat in Tufnell Park, London. T… Read More
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Series two of the sitcom SPACED features Tim and Daisy (Simon Pegg and Jessica Stevenson), two quirky young adults who posed as a professional couple in order to rent a flat in Tufnell Park, London. Tim is an assistant manager of a comic book store and an aspiring comic book artist while Daisy is an unemployed writer-journalist. Series two of the subversive comedy follows the developments in the relationships between the duo and their friends and neighbours and is a highly impressive, funny and clever continuation of the first series. The barrage of pop culture reference and unusual and innovative editing techniques helps SPACED to create a style of its own. SPACED has a distinctive cinematic quality that Simon Pegg and director Edgar Wright brought to the romantic zombie comedy SHAUN OF THE DEAD.
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#1
Bargain!!

Spaced is one of my all time favourite comedies. Series 1 is the classic, but series 2 is also far superior to most other British comedies (I know that's not saying much, but it is damn good!)

Just a shame Pegg went on to make all those dreadful films.
#2
Spaced is possibly my all time favourite comedy series ever.....
Only buy this if you have series 1 though.... its so brilliant that its sacrilege not to see both series in order.

HOT.
#3
hot hot hot hot hot! One of the funniest things ever!!
#4
Sublime
#5
great series and a great price, can not go to far wrong for that price
#6
Can't decide to get this and series one for 5.99, or buy the definitive edition for 8.99 from Play/Amazon.

What do you lot think?

PS hot from me!
#7
How's that for a slice of fried gold??? :thumbsup:

Hot hot hot.
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chris197
Can't decide to get this and series one for 5.99, or buy the definitive edition for 8.99 from Play/Amazon.

What do you lot think?

PS hot from me!


Absolutely no question. Get the Definitive Edition from Play. The special documentary where they revisit their old locations is a real treat as well as the Homage-O-Meters for both series.
#9
Chocadooby
Absolutely no question. Get the Definitive Edition from Play. The special documentary where they revisit their old locations is a real treat as well as the Homage-O-Meters for both series.


thanks, rep left
#10
Fantastic price for a fantastic series.
I've watched this several times and with the voice overs - cannot fail for £2.99

As for Pegg's 'films' - I think Big Nothing was superior when compared to How to Lose Friends & Alienate People - possibly an all time low for him. Even poor Megan & Kirsten couldn't save this.
#11
Already own the boxed set - one of my all time favourites...humour is right up my street and I fond memories of seeing one episode when it was first broadcast...

One moment that springs to mind is Mark Heap walking in as art (a tribute to Rembrant) asking to borrow a tea bag and having a brief conversation with Tim while on his PlayStation...:-D

Also the Matrix inspired fight in the pub which opens Series 2 - I like the little bit where they all bundle / jump / fly out of the pub it's hilariously silly...

Better skip to the end...:roll:
#12
I actually preferred Series 2, but you really need to watch the first series for character building.

Every time i see Attack of the Clones i think of Pegg symbolically burning his Star Wars figures after he has been to see Episode 1, in a recreation of a Jedi cremation.
#13
Babylon 5 is a big pile of ****

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