BAFTA winning comedians Lee Mack and Tim Vine star alongside Sally Bretton, Miranda Hart and Katy Wix in the third series of the hit Royal Television Society and Rose D’or award-winning BBC sitcom Not Going Out.
Following the series two finale, in which Lee successfully sabotaged Lucy’s relationship with her then boyfriend Guy, we find a man still unburdened by ambition or drive, and with no significant plan to address his feelings for Lucy (SALLY BETTON, Green Wing). However with pregnancies, insurance scams and lesbian neighbours muddying the water, not to mention having to deal with his well-meaning but utterly useless cleaner Barbara (MIRANDA HART, Miranda) and Tim’s ditzy girlfriend (KATY WIX, Torchwood) it looks like he’s got enough to keep his mind off the bigger picture.
Bonus Material: Not Going Out on Location
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Not Going Out is never going to be the coolest show on TV but this series again fills its main requirement in terms of providing laughs. Katy Wix`s introduction as Tim`s girlfriend gives the show a new angle. This DVD sadly does not contain any audio commentaries but there are a few other extras.