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Ian McShane is back as Lovejoy, the crime-solving antiques dealer with an eye for beauty…and trouble! The worlds quirkiest crime-solving antiques hero is back in Season three, now with four discs of side-splitting and outrageous escapades! Much to Lovejoys annoyance, hes not the only one on a never-ending quest for wealth and valuables. However, while he proves unstoppable in the face of sinister Italians, vengeful customers and even Erics vintage motorbikes, can he manage to escape the snares of love?]]>
Top Customer Reviews
fantastic series in the US! Unique fake documentaries with the world's
worst correspondent, who unfailingly upsets and misinterprets and gets in the
way of his subject! Repeated viewings only add to the joy of this wonderful series!
Stop reading and get it!
For fans of: The Office, The Day Today, British shows with subtle, self-deprecating humor (or humour?).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very funny. Just pay close attention to the commentary and you are bound to enjoy some good laughs.Published 10 months ago by R. Martin
I guess I remembered this series with a little more fondness than it may have deserved. Still, I love the wry humor and its spoof of the "day in the ife" genre.Published 10 months ago by L. Kenneth Kimsey
Perfect dry, wry British wit! This kind of humor and this particular humor makes me double over and laugh out loud. I wish there were many more seasons of it that had been made!Published 16 months ago by E. Matz
Excellent! Dry English humor. But so subtle that you really have to pay attention, extremely funny if you do.Published 19 months ago by Xerotherm
This was not the item I was looking for - evidently there are several series with the same name. I hope to be able to use this in another context, but I was disappointed when I... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Lin Montgomery
One of the Brit's best. You will recognize many familiar faces and the subject matter is hilarious. For a wonderful evening try this series.Published 21 months ago by Bernadette Hackett