All six episodes from the first series of Simon Nye's popular sitcom, starring Martin Clunes and a soon-to-be-replaced Harry Enfield. In 'Intruders', Gary (Clunes) falls out with his girlfriend, while his flatmate Dermot (Harry Enfield) falls for their new neighbour. 'The Bet' sees Gary and Dermot engage in a chest contest. 'Alarms and Setbacks' has the two flatmates vying for the affections of Deborah (Leslie Ash). In 'Animals', Gary is surprised when his girlfriend Dorothy (Caroline Quentin) readily accepts his suggestion of an open relationship. 'Sex and Violence' finds Dermot making yet another attempt to woo Deborah, this time with a romantic candelight dinner. Finally, in 'My Brilliant Career', the flatmates encounter trouble at work, with Dermot getting the sack, and Gary preparing to make an uncomfortable announcement.
Entire third series of Simon Nye's popular sitcom. In 'Lovers', Gary (Martin Clunes) tries to convince Dorothy (Caroline Quentin) that he has had over 50 sexual partners in his time. 'Bed' sees Gary forced to venture out into the gales to find some indigestion tablets for Dorothy, while Tony (Neil Morrissey) attempts to mend the garden fence in an attempt to impress Deborah (Leslie Ash). In 'Casualties', Deborah is planning to sell her flat and move out, but the boys don't want her to go and attempt to prevent the deal going ahead. 'Weekend' finds Gary and Dorothy going away for the weekend to rekindle their sex lives. In 'Cleaning Lady', Gary and Tony employ a cleaning lady who turns out to be a nubile young Portuguese student. In 'Marriage', Gary proposes to Dorothy after consuming a litre and a half of Chianti.