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'Men Behaving Badly' 20th anniversary release - video clip

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Men Behaving Badly, which ended with a final trilogy of episodes back in 1998, is getting a 20th anniversary DVD re-release.

A new box-set is released this month which includes all six series, the 1997 Christmas Special, Comic Relief sketches, a new BBC Radio 4 documentary and more.



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The show first aired in 1991 on ITV1 and starred Martin Clunes as Gary and Harry Enfield as his flatmate Dermot.

Enfield was replaced for the second series by Neil Morrissey, who played Tony, while Caroline Quentin and Leslie Ash played Dorothy and Deborah respectively.

Men Behaving Badly
Men Behaving Badly


The show moved to the BBC for its third series, and was voted the best sitcom in the broadcaster's history during the BBC's 1996 anniversary celebrations.

Clunes said earlier this year that Men Behaving Badly would not be revived.

"To be perfectly honest, the others haven't aged as well as I have so I think it would be a bit unfair," he quipped.

Men Behaving Badly: 20th Anniversary - The Complete Collection is released on DVD on October 29 and is priced at £34.99.

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