Peep Show is back: the multi-award-winning, critically acclaimed comedy now returns for its seventh series.
Mark (David Mitchell) and Jeremy (Robert Webb) are still sharing their flat in south London, but their journey through life is becoming ever more complicated — and bitterly funny. Hear their deepest, darkest and most socially unacceptable thoughts as they navigate their way through a surprising role reversal: Mark, the inhibited, obsessive white-collar drone, is forced to rethink his life after becoming a father, whilst wannabe musician Jeremy, a lazy man with big ideas, finally finds himself in possession of money, power — and, finally, responsibility.
Follow Mark and Jeremy from the birth of Mark’s baby to his christening. We also meet Mark’s parents for the first time, when the boys attempt to celebrate a traditional family Christmas. And a disastrous New Year’s Eve party crawl culminates with Mark and Jeremy facing choices that could end their friendship - forever.
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But this week wasn’t just about Mark’s exploits, of course. Jez, bless him, is still gunning for Zahra, whose boyfriend Ben is out of his coma and placed Jez under his wing as part of his web-based music promotion service. Charged with finding some new acts, Jez tried to use the chance to get himself back in Super-Hans’ group, Man Feelings. ‘I am in loco parentis. I am the last remaining contestant on the Apprentice. I am the home-trained dentist.’ That’s the standard we’re talking here, but Jez just doesn’t like to be left out of things, so, driven by jealousy, he suggests that the band changes their look and name to get ahead. Zoot suits on, Danny Dyer’s Chocolate Homunculus is born. In a feat of genius absurdity, the scriptwriters have come up with a phrase that, by rights, should be remembered alongside some of the very best. It’s very much the kind of thing Jez would splutter when put under the kosh, and reminds of the kind of thing Alan Partridge came out with in his own pressured moments – Youth Hostelling with Chris Eubank, anyone? Naturally, it all blows up in his face, but then Jez knew as much when he himself said this is exactly what would happen earlier in the episode. Anyone who has seen Robert Webb’s new Channel 4 show, Robert’s Web will have a greater appreciation for his work in Peep Show, as he is in a different class here compared with any other work he’s undertaken. But then, that’s true of both his and Mitchell’s work and is testament to just how good Peep Show is – it’s head and shoulders above most things on TV and without it, we wouldn’t be privy to the horrors of ‘lady milk’.
Mitchell and Webb are back for the seventh series of this BAFTA award winning sitcom. Full to the brim of sarcasm, witty remarks and clever writing. Just keeps getting better and better
A must for all Peep Show fans. Series 7 is as good as Peep Show has ever been.
Each series of Peep Show just keeps getting better and better! There are the usual daft yet plausible plot lines, involving christenings, romances and SuperHans giving up drugs. Definitely worth buying but make sure you have a whole day spare - you WILL want to watch them all in one go!
With at least another two series confirmed it looks like the boys will be around for a good while longer...hurrah! Series 7 matches the extremely high comedic quality of the proceeding six series with it's unique 'first person prospective shots' and main character's amusing 'side-thoughts' - this show's..'just great!' as Mark would say.