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"Finely balanced black comedy" --The Guardian (U.K.)
"Scathing and uproariously funny" --Evening Times (U.K.)
After ten years as a marketing executive for Groomtech Industries, Reggie Perrin is dangerously alienated and frustrated. His boss doesn’t understand him, and his wife pays too little attention to notice. Reggie is left to find his own distractions wherever he can--on his daily commute, in the office, or at home in the suburbs. More often than not, his flights of fancy land him in hot water. But somehow Reggie always manages to extricate himself before disaster hits, preserving the respectable veneer of a successful city businessman . . . for the moment, at least.
This update of the classic British comedy was cowritten by the original series creator, David Nobbs (The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin), and Simon Nye, the write behind Men Behaving Badly. Martin Clunes (Doc Martin) stars as the often bewildered, sometimes infuriating, but always fascinating Reggie Perrin. Fay Ripley (Cold Feet) costars as Nicola, his long-suffering wife. Includes the complete Series 1 and 2.
Anything with Martin Clunes is wonderful!! A must have! Funny and engaging...Published 1 month ago by ET
As we work our way backwards from watching Doc Martin, this was an entertaining series worth a watch.Published 1 month ago by CMM
This show goes on you because of the live audience. I not really use to it but the scenes are hilarious just th he same. It's not really what I thought it would be. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Deborah Green
My family enjoyed this series a lot. We are major fans of Martin Clunes so maybe we are prejudiced about his works. He can do no wrong. Read morePublished 2 months ago by E. Ervin
This is what I'd consider to be "typical British humor", with which I am not completely in love. But I did enjoy quite a bit of the humor despite this fact. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Coreen vdw
Excellent. One becomes a member of the office in a way. Clunes offhand but true remarks make it funny.Published 4 months ago by Gretel