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  • Actors: Various
  • Directors: Various
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: Unknown
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: BBC Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: July 22, 2008
  • Run Time: 343 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (200 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0019MFY3Q
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,445 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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  • 14 episodes plus bonus features on 3 discs.

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Spaced: The Complete Series

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It only takes one episode to become very protective of this 1999 British Comedy Award-winning series that put comedy soul mates Simon Pegg and Jessica Stevenson (now Hynes), as well as Nick Frost, and director Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz) on the map. One can only hope a threatened American version is never produced. This is one of those brilliant, off-center, lightning-in-a-bottle creations that gets you so jazzed, you want to turn all your friends on to it. Spaced (actually, Friends might have been a better title; too bad it was taken) stars Pegg and Stevenson as strangers Tim and Daisy, "amiable 20-somethings" who pose as a "professional couple" to rent an apartment. He is a recently-dumped aspiring comic book artist. She is an easily distracted writer. As the series unfolds, their apartment becomes an "island of calm in the ocean of life" as Tim and Daisy form a kind of 21st century family with their similarly misfit friends, including soused landlord Marsha (Julia Deakin), who lives with her teenager daughter (aka "the devil in a A cup," who is heard, but never quite seen), Brian (Mark Heap), an artist who deals in anger, fear, and aggression, Simon's best friend Mark (Frost), a militaristic gun nut, and Daisy's best friend, Twist (Katy Carmichael), a fashion poseur (in the series' penultimate episode, look for a pre-Office Ricky Gervais). Spaced is not so much interested in Tim and Daisy's charade as it is in cramming each episode with pop culture references and obscure in-jokes, and brilliantly realized film and TV homages, ranging from Woody Allen's Manhattan to Pulp Fiction and The Empire Strikes Back (Star Wars, especially, looms large in Tim's slacker universe). As with Arrested Development, Spaced benefits from repeat viewings to catch missed bits of business and gags that fly by at a Simpsons-esque rate. This Complete Series set is everything Spaced's fervent following would demand. Each episode is complemented by the original commentaries as well as newly-recorded gabfests that also feature American friends of the show, including Kevin Smith, Patton Oswalt, Quentin Taratinto, Matt Stone, Diablo Cody, and Bill Hader. There are deleted scenes and outtakes, and, best of all, an hour-long 2007 Q&A with Wright and the cast, in which Pegg allows that, had there been a third series (and we can still dream), it would have provided viewers hoping that Tim and Daisy would ultimately get together with "a moment to make every hair of your body stand on end." You will see such a moment if you "skip to the end" of the essential near two-hour series retrospective. --Donald Liebenson

Customer Reviews

This has to be one the greatest television shows I have ever seen.
Burt McGirt
In fact, I enjoy it so much that I had to buy an all region dvd player just to have dvds of this show.
J. Watts
Again, all I can say is if you liked the movies you'll love the show!!
Bilbo Bagshot

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57 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Jen on May 28, 2008
Format: DVD
This is an AMAZINGLY wonderful show. Genius!
Edgar, Simon and Jess created a program which speaks directly to a specific group of people with whom they share so much in common. If you get the subtle inside jokes, you feel special, if not, you love it anyway because it's just so unique and funny. Spaced lays the foundation for many ongoing jokes (much like Kevin Smith's universe) in subequent Wright/Pegg/Frost films Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz. I own the UK version and will absolutely be buying this release too! Quite frankly, I'll buy anything from Edgar, Simon or Nick!
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By J. R. Ray on June 1, 2006
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This series (though only two seasons) is brilliant! It is by far my favorite british series -- yes, I'm even including the Office in there. My friend got my hooked on it when I was living over there, and now I'm left spaced-less, which is not a good situation to be in.

Seriously though, the writing and acting is spot on. It often spoofs well known pop culture, and always does so without being over-the-top or cringe worthy like some spoofs. And the originality of the series is unrivaled -- Simon Pegg is brilliant! Be sure to catch his zombie romance spoof, Shaun of the Dead.

Please please please, I beg of the powers to be, bring both seasons of Spaced to the American audience! I'm tired of my friends only seeing Keeping Up Appearances on PBS and saying British comedy isn't that funny -- well they haven't seen Spaced yet...
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48 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Scottish on May 26, 2008
Format: DVD
If you've never had the opportunity to see Spaced, you're in for a treat. Available for the first time ever in the States on DVD (and a long time coming at that!), this hilarious sit-com delivers all the necessities of an instant cult classic.

The story revolves around Tim and Daisy, two twenty-somethings who, through a spell of bad luck, wind up meeting in a London coffee shop. Both are at the ends of bad relationships, so they decide to move into a flat together, pretending that they are married in order to gain residence. Laced with pop culture references, the series manages to balance their misadventures with their aspirations of becoming successful.

Highly recommended. But just be sure not to call Hawk the Slayer rubbish!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Joel L. Johnson on April 12, 2007
Format: DVD
I am really really shocked that this isn't on DVD in the US. I mean REALLY REALLY shocked! What on Earth is going on??? This is right up the alley for 'Shaun' and 'Office' fans. We love 'The Office.' We love 'Shaun of the Dead.' And soon we'll love 'Hot Fuzz.' 'Spaced' is even more American than 'The Office.' It's a great diservice to America that this is not in circulation here! I watched the first series literally TWICE in a ROW! I mean, come-freakin'-on! Bring it on, man!
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By CHELSEA J MATHEWS on October 28, 2006
Format: DVD
This program is absolutly amazing, it is by far one of the best written shows I have ever seen. If you enjoyed Shaun of the Dead, this DVD set is a must for you, It includes every episode produced, tons of bonus features on each disc, commentary on every episode, and a full length documentary about how this wonderful show came to be.
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By McMitchell on June 2, 2008
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All I can say is it's about time! Even Big Train and League of Gentlemen made it out here before this. I have the beat up region 2 copies and can't wait to be able to own the complete series with all the lovely, lovely extras. How will I make it until next month?

If you like anything Simon Pegg and Nick Frost have done you will love this show. It's brilliant. Just buy it!
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By AARON FULLER on August 3, 2007
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Great U.K. series (two seasons) by Simon Pegg & Edgar Wright, made before SHAUN OF THE DEAD and HOT FUZZ. I love "SPACED" even more than both of the movies (which are great), maybe because of co-creator Jessica Hynes' added female point of view? Whatever the magic ingredient it is, it makes for very relateable and endearing characters. That same sense of humor evident in the movies is very much on display here, but because this is a series you get many more hours to know these characters. And you'll enjoy every minute. Pegg's Tim Bisley is a Sci-Fi lovin' pushing-thirty nerd, but there isn't an ounce of parody, he's a real person. Jessica's Daisy Steiner too is a terrific character devoid of the typical sitcom shortcuts. Around these two is a stellar supporting cast inclduing Nick Frost's military-obsessed Mike, Mark Heap's struggling artist Brian, Katy Carmichael's oblivious Twist and the marvelous Julia Deakin as the alcoholic landlady Marsha. Each episode is a gem, and it adds up to a group of people you don't want to stop knowing. The documentary included in the three-disc set, "Skip to the End", is very comprehensive as both a behind-the-scenes and a history of the show (as well as providing a nice little CODA as to what may have happened to Tim & Daisy!). It's astounding that as well as SHAUN and HOT FUZZ did in the States that "SPACED" is not yet available in America. Seek it out.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Burt McGirt on November 24, 2006
Format: DVD
This has to be one the greatest television shows I have ever seen. I first heard about Spaced when reading up on Edgar Wright and his film Shaun of the Dead before it hit the US shores. The premise of the show was pretty basic, but that was the beauty. You have two strangers in need of housing, what do they do? Well they pretend to be a married couple and the hilarity ensues. I wanted to see this for years, but because the US doesn't get much in the way of overseas shows, my dreams would dwindle. That is until the BBC channel aired a few episodes...and it was amazing. This is a very smart show and I think everyone can relate to the characters in one way or another. Its sad that this was a short lived show, but if you have a region free DVD player you can pick up Spaced in a great collectors set. If you loved Shaun of the Dead, then this is a gimme, you'll love this too. Edgar Wright does awesome things and I can't wait for Hot Fuzz.
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I want to know similar - the music that plays over the main menu of the season 2 DVD. Plays for a few seconds then breaks with, "Babylon 5's a big pile of ****", then continues. If anyone can name that tune i'd be grateful, though i do wonder if these are Guy Pratt creations, solely... Read More
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