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The Young Ones : The Complete Series 1 And 2 £12.90 @ Price Minister / Base (£5 cheaper for new customer) or £9.85 at Zavvi (£8.85 with Walkers code)

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The Young Ones : The Complete Series 1 And 2 £7.90 @ Price Minister / Base (new customer) - Use voucher code AFFWELCOME03 for £3 off first purchase over £10

Or £9.85 at Zavvi (£8.85 with Walkers code)

All twelve episodes from Series 1 and 2 of the anarchic 1980s comedy series starring Adrian Edmondson, Nigel Planer, Rik Mayall and Christopher Ryan. In 'Demolition' the council want to knock the boys' house down. 'Oil' sees the foursome move into their new house just as the workers' revolution begins. 'Interesting' finds Rick, Vyv, Neil and Mike playing host to the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. 'Bomb' has a bomb land on the house just as the TV licence man arrives. 'Flood' sees Rick initiate a desperate game of hide-and-seek, while Mike's room is taken over by lions. 'Boring' finds the foursome so incredibly bored that Neil digs himself a grave and Vyv chops his finger off. In 'Bambi', the boys get to go on 'University Challenge', while 'Nasty' sees Neil taking to wearing a dress. In 'Time', it looks like Rik has finally scored with a member of the opposite sex. In 'Cash', plates keep disappearing in the house. Must be a poltergeist. 'Interesting' sees a visit from the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, while in 'Summer Holiday', the boys finish college and head off on a big red bus.

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#1
Why would anyone want to watch this in the first place, Never mind buying on DVD
#2
Watched it again last week, it's great.
#3
lukeyd
Why would anyone want to watch this in the first place, Never mind buying on DVD


Why would anyone want to know your opinion?

Heat added. I'll be buying this for the wife, thanks.
#4
lukeyd
Why would anyone want to watch this in the first place, Never mind buying on DVD
...Because its superb comedy
#5
Well, I'm going to tell Thatcher that we've got a bomb. And if she doesn't do something to help "the kids" by this afternoon, we're going to blow up England.

One of the modern sitcom classics. People who don't get it shouldn't get it, simple as!

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