BAFTA winning comedians Lee Mack and Tim Vine star alongside Sally Bretton, and Katy Wix in the highly anticipated fourth series of the hit Royal Television Society and Rose D’or award-winning BBC sitcom Not Going Out.
Happy-go-lucky – but entirely hapless – Lee (Lee Mack) is still desperate to win the affections of his flatmate Lucy (Sally Bretton, The Office, Green Wing). But despite last year’s Christmas kiss, it’s still not plain sailing; and it’s not just Lee’s complete lack of drive that gets in the way. Trouble seems to find Lee at every turn. Not only are friends Tim (Tim Vine) and Daisy (Katy Wix, Torchwood) – Tim’s ditzy girlfriend – on hand to cause problems but this year Lee also has to cope with stolen drugs, missing OAPs, long-lost daughters and a coma.
Packed full of the jokes, jibes and general misunderstandings of Lee and his friends, this is a comedy definitely worth staying in for.
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This series of Not Going Out is still funny but it lacks some of the charm of the earlier episodes. Some of the themes include drugs and adult movies and this is a world away from the more lighthearted motifs that writer Andrew Collins had earlier explored. Thankfully there are still enough laughs to make the show entertaining.