BAFTA winning comedians Lee Mack and Tim Vine star alongside Sally Bretton (Green Wing, Channel 4) in the hilarious, gag-filled second series of the hit Royal Television Society and Rose d'Or award-winning BBC sitcom Not Going Out. Meet Lee (Mack)--a man who has a problem. His flatmate Kate has moved out for good and his best mate and landlord, Tim (Vine), 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 (Bretton). Lee's new domestic set-up leads him to discover the art world, the underworld and the lengths one man will go for tickets to an England football match.
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The producers of Not Going Out had to cope with the loss of female lead Megan Dodds for the second series of the show. They did this by introducing several new regulars including Sally Bretton, Miranda Hart and Simon Dutton. The one drawback with this is that Tim Vine`s character is far less important during most of these episodes. This is certainly a negative but there are still some strong episodes and this is a solid series.