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This is a wonderful series, though I question the 15 rating. Some of the language and expressions are more of an adult nature in my opinion. The dialect is often very hard to understand unless you have an inkling of the Glasgow accent (which fortunately I have). Sub titles are not a lot of use as they are written in the vernacular. Therefore if you don't know what a "Puggie" is, seeing it written down won't be a lot of help. All in all, I am delighted with my purchase at a very reasonable price, for which I thank you. I'll know where to look in the future. Dave Bradley
scottish humour at its best......does not get much funnier.excellent series.
Fantastic box set of the hilarious BBC comedy, I describe this as similar to Last of the Summer Wine, but the difference being that this is really funny.
A really hilarious dvd collection,already watched every episode at least 10 times and still watch all the repeats on the tv but could not resist this amazing price excellent.
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