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The Young Ones 2 Seasons

Season 2
4.4 out of 5 stars (39) IMDb 8.2/10

Vyvyan is a medical student with spiky red hair and four metal stars across his forehead. The regular target of his rage is Rick, an arrogant little poseur who sees himself as a real anarchist, but is in fact a cowardly Cliff Richard obsessive. The only common ground that Rik and Vyv share is their mutual loathing of Neil, a refugee from the hippy era whose flower power is definitely wilting. Of course, in amongst this bunch of misfits, Mike sees himself as the house cool guy. He's a well-dressed, coiffured smoothie who thinks he always has the situation under control.

Starring:
Adrian Edmondson, Rik Mayall

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1. Bambi

When Mike decides it's time to visit the launderette, one of Vyvyan's socks escapes and the machine revolts against their stinking bundle of washing. Neil suddenly remembers they are due to appear on University Challenge. Vyvyan loses his head during the train journey, and it looks like Scumbag will lose to Footlights College, Oxbridge, when a giant eclair stops play.

TV-PG Runtime: 34 minutes Release date: April 7, 1998
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2. Cash

The Young Ones are so skint, Neil is told to get a job (Vyvyan can't because he is pregnant). He joins the police force, where he discovers his heavy side. Meanwhile, a truck full of food and expensive furnishings crashes through the front window. When Neil arrives home he tries to arrest his flatmates, provoking Vyvyan into labour.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 33 minutes Release date: April 7, 1998
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3. Nasty

It's bath night, and Neil is last in the water. Mike and Vyvyan plan to watch a video called 'Nasty' on a rented VCR when the postman delivers a package from South Africa. Inside is a vampire, but though the Young Ones are all virgins they don't want to lose face by admitting it. Saved by sunlight, they take the body to the graveyard, where the vampire turns out to be Harry the Bastard, from whom they rented the video and the deadline for returning it has just elapsed.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 34 minutes Release date: April 7, 1998
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4. Time

Rik wakes up in bed next to a beautiful girl, but his boast of his sexual conquest is quickly dispelled by Helen herself. While Rik and Vyvyan rampage round the house, the radio announces Helen is an escaped murderess, so she tries to kill them all. The house passes through a time warp and the Young Ones are suddenly in the Middle Ages.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 34 minutes Release date: April 7, 1998
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5. Sick

All four Young Ones are ill. Neil's sneezing is so violent, Vyvyan tries an extreme acupuncture cure and triggers a street riot outside. Murderer Brian Damage Balowski escapes from his police guard after they are called in to deal with the trouble, and takes the four hostage. Worse, Neil's parents come to tea and change the programme, resulting in three Neils when he is planted in the garden.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 34 minutes Release date: April 7, 1998
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6. Summer Holiday

Summer is here, exams are over and it's Neil's birthday. With no guests, beer or music, his party is a right-off. Then Mike remembers to tell Rik his parents have died, the postman reveals they have all failed their exams and landlord Jerzei Balowski arrives to check on the house and chucks them out when he sees all the destruction. With no money, Mike plans a bank robbery and Rik steals a double-decker bus to make their getaway.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 34 minutes Release date: April 7, 1998
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I was so glad to see these available on Amazon! This was one of my favorite shows as a teenager, my friends and I would videotape episodes and watch them together over and over, eventually memorizing the lines. A fun look back at British comedy and music in the 80s.

I believe this is even better than Season One, which was hard to top!
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While I am impressed with the shipping speed and I had no problem with the seller I did not pay attention to what region this would play on...it only plays on regions 2&4 needless to say in the U.S I'm little disappointed...but I most likely didn't pay attention to what region it would play on
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The passing of Rik Mayall spurred my interest in going back and watching this show I'm hadn't seen since my youth. It's much more innocent than I remembered (the roommates, already in their 20s are on a quest to lose their virginity).

It's abstract, political, insightful and had some amazing musical guests (Motörhead, The Damned).
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Back many years ago my brother turned me onto this series. I watched the episodes a couple of times and enjoyed. I finally purchased the DVD set for my brother for Xmas and recently purchased for myself at Amazon. I have watched all episodes at least 20 times each. Like some of my favorite movies I quote lines from The Young Ones often. It was very cool to see one of my favorite bands "Motorhead" as a musical guest (Season 2 - Ep 1..Bambi..favorite episode). Just like Seinfeld, I will watch these shows many times until I meet my Maker.
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While every episode of both seasons are funny and entertaining, this particular episode (Sick) is truly a work of art. It's hilariously funny and adding in Neil's parents was just icing on the cake. Love this!
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A throw back to my youth, I remember being allowed to stay up late by my Mum to watch this. My husband and I watched this with trepidation as we were sure it couldn't be as good as we remember, but it was. Well worth a view!
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If you enjoy British Comedy, and have not seen The Young Ones - get this, the second season DVD. The first season is great, the second is even better. Wild, whacky and endless laughs surround the absurdity of four college guys living together in one of the funniest settings you will ever find! Dont miss this classic 'out there' Brit Comedy!
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I think the second series is perhaps even better than the first. The episode "sick" is by far one of the best ever made, and the brief cameo by Vyv's mum is a shining moment. This show definitely suits a specific humour, but if you like Black Books and BBC comedies then it's a good chance you'll like this too.
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