Man Stroke Woman: The Complete Series
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From the Producer of The Office and Starring Nick Frost
The complete first and second seasons of the BBC s acclaimed new sketch comedy hit about love, sex, relationships and other bad behaviors between thirtysomething men and women. Nick Frost of SHAUN OF THE DEAD and HOT FUZZ leads an ensemble of England s top comic talents featuring Amanda Abbington (After You ve Gone), Daisy Haggard (Psychoville), Ben Crompton (Ideal), Meredith MacNeill (Confetti), Nicholas Burns (Benidorm, Absolute Power) and more. Experience all the sometimes rude, often crude and always hilarious skits that already have over 15,000,000 YouTube hits, including Man Cold , Wedding Cake , Walk In The Park , Operating Theater , Blind Date , and Frost s now-classic Uncle Jack , all in the UK sensation that The Guardian calls slices of pure brilliance!
Hilarious and brilliant…hands-down the funniest skit comedy show that I've seen since Monty Python and the first seasons of SNL --DVD Talk
Extremely funny...Brings forth gales of laughter --TV DVD Reviews
Comic Genius --DVD Verdict
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From the slacker who casually informs his ex-girlfriend that he's now the King of Spain (he's got a business card that says so -- see?) to the lady whose wardrobe choices leave her husband gasping, to that MINOR incident of cannibalism, these sketches will often leave you gasping for breath, limp with laughter, and more than once with your jaw on the floor.
God knows the cast helps -- to most Americans, Nick Frost will be the most familiar name, but by the time you finish the second disc, you will have become a firm fan of his colleagues here; Nick Burns, Meredith McNeill, Amanda Abbington, and the wonderful double act of Daisy Haggard and Ben Crompton, whose timing and inflections are truly exquisite.
Another great extra here are the episode commentaries -- sometimes to the point, more than once wandering off onto tangents. At some point or another, the entire cast, as well as director Ric Cantor and the series producer Ash Atalla, participate, and their sometimes-prickly, often riotous interaction demonstrates that the hilarity of this show was no fluke -- this is the work of seriously funny people . . .
Many of the other cast members, those who might not be too recognizable by name, are, however, recognizable by their many other appearances in other British comedies.
I highly recommend this show.