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Peep Show: Series 1 - 3 Box Set

Released on 06 November 2006

Featuring: Robert Webb, David Mitchell & Olivia Colman

Format: DVD | Rating: 18 years & over

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This 3 Disc box set encompasses the complete Series 1, 2 & 3 of the award-winning comedy, The Peep Show, following the inner lives of two very ordinary weirdoes; wannabe popstar Jeremy (Robert Webb) and Mark (David Mitchell), a 50 year old in a twentysomething body.

Series 1: Mark is in hot pursuit of the love of his life, co-worker Sophie; while Jeremy lives in awe of his idiotic mate, Super Hans, and their beautiful but brittle neighbour Toni.

Series 2: Mark finds an obstacle in the way of his quest for Sophie's love, in the form of his macho rival, Jeff. Meanwhile Jeremy has fallen madly in love with a confused Californian Christian, Nancy, and embarks on a visa wedding which he hopes will be "the happiest administrative procedure of their lives."

Series 3: Jeremy tries to get over his disastrous marriage to Nancy by embarking on a series of ill-fated relationships with women - one of whom is Mark's sister! Mark, meanwhile, has finally managed to start dating Sophie - only to discover she's being relocated to Bristol...
  • Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By purchasing this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age and over.

customer Reviews

 Average rating (17 reviews)

 Best TV comedy since Alan Partridge

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Fantastic. Clever and funny with great performances from the leads and not forgetting the brilliant supporting cast - especilally Jez's drug-addled idiot of a mate Super Hans and Mark's cliche-speaking Boss "Johnson". It's excrutiating at times as Mark, yet again, bungles his way through trying to impress his co-worker Sophie. Genius.

 More to it than just a gimmick.

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A comedy about sex and relationships, but that doesn't mean it has to be boring and irritating like 'Sex in the City'. After all, 'Men Behaving Badly' was all about such matters - and this comedy, despite being on Channel 4, is more akin to the Simon Nye style, than say something as annoying as 'Coupling'. Mitchell & Webb do their usual nerd / slob double act, which suits the material very well. So, if you like what you've seen of M&W's other work then you'll like this too.


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This my friends is the best british program ever or quite possibly the best program in the universe. Its about two ordinary guys who are so different but yet completely alike one wud not be without the other. Using a completely alien directing technique that sees who ever is talking looking straight into the camera as if u was the other person. If u even have a passing interest in this show then u need this the fourth series is currently doing the rounds on channel 4 at the mo. Thou u will already know these have already been on tele these are so worth owning cuss they just get better with repeated veiwings because mark and jeremy are so damn like able. Last year this program almost got axed last year ricky gervais said the immortal words that we all wanted to say "BRING BACK PEEP SHOW" welcome back.

ActorsRobert Webb, David Mitchell, Olivia Colman, Neil Fitzmaurice, Matt King, Elizabeth Marmur, Paterson Joseph, Tim Preece, Daisy Haggard, Rachel Blanchard, Peter Capaldi & Sophie Winkleman
DirectorTristram Shapeero & Jeremy Wooding
Certificate18 years and over
LanguagesEnglish - Dolby Digital (2.0) Stereo
Duration7 hours and 35 minutes (approx)
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.