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For the first time you can view the complete series 1-7 of Rose d’Or award-winning sitcom Not Going Out, starring BAFTA winning comedians Lee Mack and Tim Vine, alongside Sally Bretton, Miranda Hart, Megan Dodds, Katy Wix and Hugh Dennis.

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 lesbian 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…

SERIES SIX

The misadventures continue with Lee, Lucy and Daisy getting stuck in a cable car on an Eastern European skiing trip , Lee convincing Lucy to spend a weekend on his dad’s (Bobby Ball) ‘stylish’ new boat even though she is terrified of water and Lucy accidentally running over her client’s daughter’s beloved pet rabbit.

SERIES SEVEN

Lee joins Daisy to compete on the hit TV show Pointless (yes, really) how could he fail to prove his intellectual prowess to Lucy? The will-they won’t- they tension reaches unseen new highs in an epic series finale, that sees Lucy and Lee in previously uncharted emotional water. Will they, or wont they… the time has come to finally find out.

Special Features:

All series bonus material and Christmas specials
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    Stopped being funny when Tim Vine left.
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    Ah, the 'comedy' series which somehow seems to be the same no matter which episode you happen to watch.
    I'm not going to buy.
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    Prefered these episodes over the newer series.
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    rav4cas18/04/2022 14:42

    Prefered these episodes over the newer series.


    Indeed, they completely changed the situation of the sitcom after the 7th series. Granted they realised we didn't care for the kids in the most recent series and mostly cut them out but I still don't like Anna and Toby. (edited)
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    Weenie.Beenie18/04/2022 16:05

    Indeed, they completely changed the situation of the sitcom after the 7th …Indeed, they completely changed the situation of the sitcom after the 7th series. Granted they realised we didn't care for the kids in the most recent series and mostly cut them out but I still don't like Anna and Toby.


    Yep bring back Tim Vine.
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    It was Tim Vine and also the actress that played Daisy who was also very good, in saying that I still watch it as it’s one of the better comedy shows that is currently still on television where people don’t need to make prats of themselves and where the writing gets the laughs….very much like comedies of the past like OFAH, Fawlty Towers etc.
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    Sally Bretton. Worth the admission money alone.
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    musicals18/04/2022 17:31

    Sally Bretton. Worth the admission money alone.



    Are you being smutty? I’m unsure if that’s a genuine comment.
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    Funny how the series blurb looks like episode blurb, plot development best described as 'glacial'?
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    The last few series have been awful. As a previous poster said it really went downhill after Tim Vine left. (edited)
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