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  • Will and Grace: The Revival - Season One [DVD] [2018]Will and Grace: The Revival - Season One | DVD | (11/06/2018) from £11.99   |  Saving you £0.90 (7.51%)   |  RRP £12.89

    That's right, honey! A decade after their unforgettable eight-season run, comedy's most fabulous foursome is back. Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally reprise their infamous roles as Will, Grace, Jack and Karen. The legendary James Burrows, director of every original Will & Grace episode, returns along with a slew of razor-sharp jabs and dirty martinis. Behold once again, from the minds of Max Mutchnick and David Kohan, TV's wittiest ensemble ever.

  • Dead End [1937]Dead End | DVD | (12/07/2005) from £16.98   |  Saving you £-3.99 (-30.70%)   |  RRP £12.99

    On the mean streets of New York's Lower East Side Drina (Sylvia Sidney) hopes to save her brother from a life of crime. But notorious hoodlum Baby Face Martin (Bogart) has come back to his old haunts looking for trouble and threatening to drag the boy down with him. Drina turns to her childhood friend Dave (Joel McCrea) for help. But can he stop Martin without becoming just like him?

  • Will and Grace: Complete Series 4 [2001]Will and Grace: Complete Series 4 | DVD | (30/08/2004) from £68.83   |  Saving you £-18.84 (N/A%)   |  RRP £49.99

    Meet Will & Grace. Grace is a sassy and smart interior designer Will is a gorgeous and supercool lawyer. They're both looking for love and they're made for each other in every way except for one thing - Grace is straight Will is gay. Their lives are complicated even further by their outrageous friends Karen & Jack. This DVD box set comprises all the episodes from the fourth season: 1. The Third Wheel Gets The Grace 2. Past And Presents 3. Crouching Father Hidden Husband 4. Pris

  • Will and Grace: Series 4 (Episodes 23-27) [2001]Will and Grace: Series 4 (Episodes 23-27) | DVD | (05/04/2004) from £8.85   |  Saving you £4.14 (31.90%)   |  RRP £12.99

    Fagel Attraction: When his laptop is stolen from a coffee bar Will meets a hot detective who quickly offers to take him 'undercover' and it's not long before our boys in blue get down on the beat... Hocus Focus: Will wins a portrait session with an eccentric celebrity photographer and asks best friend Grace to accompany him. However the wacky snapper's unorthodox methods produce an image that delights Grace but drives Will to distraction. A Buncha White Chicks Sittin' Around Talkin': When Will hears his biological clock ticking he shocks Grace by asking her to be the mother of his child but Grace discloses a startling revelation. A.I. - Artificial Insemination (Parts 1 & 2) After Will and Grace settle on starting a family obstacles to their offspring pile up including missing specimen samples and arguments over names that leave the whole bump n' grind issue of insemination a little raw.

  • Will and Grace: Complete Series 2 [2001]Will and Grace: Complete Series 2 | DVD | (30/08/2004) from £17.47   |  Saving you £32.52 (65.10%)   |  RRP £49.99

    After a first season made controversial by the mere presence of openly gay characters, Will & Grace returned triumphantly with renewed confidence and vigour. In their second season, sidekicks Jack and Karen (the very, very funny Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally) are more snide and gleefully obnoxious than ever; Will (Eric McCormack) has perfected his prickly panache; and in particular Grace (Debra Messing) has entered a whole new plane of sexy goofiness, diving even more headlong into physical comedy--such as the episode when, in order to woo a high school crush, she gets a water-padded bra that springs a leak. The writing has also become tighter, grown more deft in its gay and pop culture references (which were often self-conscious in the first season) and at juggling sustained storylines, such as the Immigration department investigating Jack's marriage to Karen's Salvadorian maid Rosario (Shelley Morrison), Grace and Will struggling to become less emotionally incestuous, and Jack seeking his biological father. The show excels at tackling emotional subjects (like Will discovering that his father, who has accepted and even embraced his homosexuality at home, has told his co-workers that Will is married to Grace) with a sharp comic eye. Guest stars start to accumulate: Molly Shannon returns, Sydney Pollack and Debbie Reynolds play Will's dad and Grace's mom, Joan Collins appears as a rival designer, Neil Patrick Harris (Doogie Howser, MD) plays the leader of a going-straight support group, and Gregory Hines takes on a recurring role as Will's new boss, a high-powered lawyer who seduces Grace. Will & Grace mixes superb sitcom farce with sly sociopolitical commentary; the fusion is smart and consistently entertaining. --Bret Fetzer

  • Will and Grace: Complete Series 1 [2001]Will and Grace: Complete Series 1 | DVD | (30/08/2004) from £21.25   |  Saving you £28.74 (57.50%)   |  RRP £49.99

    Will & Grace debuted with a controversial splash because one of its two lead characters is gay--but smart writing and topnotch performances, not politics, have made the show a hit. Two neurotic and sharp-tongued urbanites--gay lawyer Will (Eric McCormack) and straight interior designer Grace (Debra Messing)--delight in their volatile but enduring friendship as they share a sumptuous New York apartment. Sweeping into the mix are Will's unapologetically queeny friend Jack (Sean Hayes) and Grace's wildly eccentric assistant Karen (Megan Mullally). Much like Seinfeld, the humour on Will & Grace springs from self-obsession, petty jealousy, and compulsive interfering in each other's lives--basically, the building blocks of human nature. The show's writers apparently feel compelled to keep the lead characters warm and likeable in the usual sitcom mode (which hardly seems necessary, as McCormack and Messing are naturally engaging). As a result, it's Jack and Karen who get free reign to be truly obnoxious and ridiculous--which, of course, makes them incredibly funny and charismatic. Hayes and Mullally rise to the occasion, ripping through absurd situations and arias of narcissistic wit with dazzling panache. Will & Grace's plots routinely center around scenarios that could feature a married couple or two same-sex roommates: Will and Grace bicker over buying a dog, find their relationship tested by apartment renovations, or discover they're both pursuing the same guy--standard sitcom material that the gay factor gives a clever spin. Though their relationship gets in the way of their sex lives, the two take so much pleasure in each other's company that they can't help but stick together--a surprisingly chaste theme for such a culturally groundbreaking show, but one that Will & Grace's addicted audience undoubtedly appreciates. --Bret Fetzer

  • One Man And His Dog [2003]One Man And His Dog | DVD | (05/03/2007) from £17.53   |  Saving you £-4.54 (N/A%)   |  RRP £12.99

    A fresh British comedy One Man And His Dog combines tongue-in-cheek humour with authentic characters a pumping soundtrack and a south London background for a murky slice of real urban life. Although Wayne still lives with his Mum and he and his mates still have the usual problems with girls money and family he is regarded as 'the man' about town. To stay sharp Wayne convinces his mates to take on a job from a gangster just released from prison. They then find out that they will a

  • Will and Grace: Series 1 (Episodes 9-15) [2001]Will and Grace: Series 1 (Episodes 9-15) | DVD | (22/07/2002) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Hit American sitcom Will and Grace is as perky as Friends and as wittily urbane as Frasier. The premise concerns Will (Eric McCormack), a mildly uptight lawyer who agrees to have as a flatmate his best friend, interior designer Grace (Debra Messing). Their relationship has all the hallmarks of lovers--emotional dependency, little things that get on each others' nerves, strong mutual interests and volcanic arguments. The only snag is that while Grace is straight, Will is gay. Though not shy of poking sharp fun at that situation, Will and Grace is among sitcom's most potent and sophisticated antidotes to homophobia. Though initially a little too pleased with its own camp pertness, the show grows and grows on you with successive episodes, finally becoming indispensable. It also benefits from secondary characters Jack (Sean P Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally), also gay and straight respectively, both outrageously and hilariously irresponsible characters: he a free spirit and freeloader, she's "working" as Grace's assistant even though she doesn't need the money, having married it. Despite its diamond and rapid-fire punchlines, Will and Grace conveys enough sense of the main characters' lovelorn predicament to prevent it from becoming too cute. --David Stubbs

  • Will and Grace: Series 1 (Episodes 1-8) [2001]Will and Grace: Series 1 (Episodes 1-8) | DVD | (03/06/2002) from £6.54   |  Saving you £13.45 (67.30%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Hit American sitcom Will and Grace is as perky as Friends and as wittily urbane as Frasier. The premise concerns Will (Eric McCormack), a mildly uptight lawyer who agrees to let his best friend, interior designer Grace (Debra Messing), to become his flatmate. Their relationship has all the hallmarks of lovers--emotional dependency, little things that get on each others' nerves, strong mutual interests and volcanic arguments. The only snag is that while Grace is straight, Will is gay. Though not shy of poking sharp fun at that situation, Will and Grace is among sitcom's most potent and sophisticated antidotes to homophobia. Though initially a little too pleased with its own camp pertness, the show grows and grows on you with successive episodes, finally becoming indispensable. It also benefits from secondary characters Jack (Sean P Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally), also gay and straight respectively, both outrageously and hilariously irresponsible characters: he a free spirit and freeloader, she’s "working" as Grace's assistant, even though she doesn't need the money, having married it. Despite its diamond and rapid-fire punch-lines, Will and Grace conveys enough sense of the main characters' lovelorn predicament to prevent it from becoming too cute.--David Stubbs

  • 3 Leading Ladies Of The Silver Screen - Vol. 1 - Father's Little Dividend / Nothing Sacred3 Leading Ladies Of The Silver Screen - Vol. 1 - Father's Little Dividend / Nothing Sacred | DVD | (04/10/2004) from £6.54   |  Saving you £-1.55 (-31.10%)   |  RRP £4.99

    Father's Little Dividend: Reprising his role from the 1950 release 'Father Of The Bride' Spencer Tracy rejoins Joan Bennett Elizabeth Taylor and Don Taylor in a charming sequel. Tracy portrays Elizabeth Taylor's father Stanley Banks who is still recovering from the effects of giving up his ""little girl"" Kay to Buckley Dunstan played by Don Taylor. Upon hearing the news that the newlyweds are expecting Tracy opposes the new arrival feeling the stresses of middle ag

  • Ghosts On The LooseGhosts On The Loose | DVD | (01/09/2003) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £3.99

  • Will and Grace: Series 1 (Episodes 16-22) [2001]Will and Grace: Series 1 (Episodes 16-22) | DVD | (22/07/2002) from £6.49   |  Saving you £13.50 (67.50%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Hit American sitcom Will and Grace is as perky as Friends and as wittily urbane as Frasier. The premise concerns Will (Eric McCormack), a mildly uptight lawyer who agrees to have as a flatmate his best friend, interior designer Grace (Debra Messing). Their relationship has all the hallmarks of lovers--emotional dependency, little things that get on each others' nerves, strong mutual interests and volcanic arguments. The only snag is that while Grace is straight, Will is gay. Though not shy of poking sharp fun at that situation, Will and Grace is among sitcom's most potent and sophisticated antidotes to homophobia. Though initially a little too pleased with its own camp pertness, the show grows and grows on you with successive episodes, finally becoming indispensable. It also benefits from secondary characters Jack (Sean P Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally), also gay and straight respectively, both outrageously and hilariously irresponsible characters: he a free spirit and freeloader, she's "working" as Grace's assistant even though she doesn't need the money, having married it. Despite its diamond and rapid-fire punchlines, Will and Grace conveys enough sense of the main characters' lovelorn predicament to prevent it from becoming too cute. --David Stubbs

  • Keith Richards - Live at the Hollywood PalladiumKeith Richards - Live at the Hollywood Palladium | DVD | (09/12/2002) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Live At The Hollywood Palladium December 15 1988 1. Take It So Hard 2. How I Wish 3. I Could Have Stood Up 4. Too Rude 5. Make No Mistake 6. Time Is On My Side 7. Big Enough 8. Whip It Up 9. Locked Away 10. Struggle 11. Happy 12. Connection

  • Will and Grace: Series 2 (Episodes 9-12) [2001]Will and Grace: Series 2 (Episodes 9-12) | DVD | (24/03/2003) from £6.37   |  Saving you £0.62 (8.90%)   |  RRP £6.99

    Hit American sitcom Will and Grace is as perky as Friends and as wittily urbane as Frasier. The premise concerns Will (Eric McCormack), a mildly uptight lawyer who agrees to have as a flatmate his best friend, interior designer Grace (Debra Messing). Their relationship has all the hallmarks of lovers--emotional dependency, little things that get on each others' nerves, strong mutual interests and volcanic arguments. The only snag is that while Grace is straight, Will is gay. Though not shy of poking sharp fun at that situation, Will and Grace is among sitcom's most potent and sophisticated antidotes to homophobia. Though initially a little too pleased with its own camp pertness, the show grows and grows on you with successive episodes, finally becoming indispensable. It also benefits from secondary characters Jack (Sean P Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally), also gay and straight respectively, both outrageously and hilariously irresponsible characters: he a free spirit and freeloader, she's "working" as Grace's assistant even though she doesn't need the money, having married it. Despite its diamond and rapid-fire punchlines, Will and Grace conveys enough sense of the main characters' lovelorn predicament to prevent it from becoming too cute. --David Stubbs

  • Will and Grace: Series 2 (Episodes 17-20) [2001]Will and Grace: Series 2 (Episodes 17-20) | DVD | (21/04/2003) from £6.50   |  Saving you £5.49 (45.80%)   |  RRP £11.99

    Advise And Resent: When Will is set up on a blind date (guest star Michael E. Rodgers) by his boss (Gregory Hines) he has internal debates on whether or not to go. Of course Jack gives Will advice on how to be a good blind date. Meanwhile Grace continues to struggle with her wimpy boyfriend Josh (guest star Corey Parker) as Karen doles out some typically un-wanted advice. An Affair To Forget: When Ellen (guest star Leigh-Allyn Baker) and Rob (guest star Tom Gallop) announce that they are getting married Grace feels forced to reveal to Will that she once slept with Rob - a secret that surfaces at Ellen's hen party and prompts Ellen to seek revenge. During Rob's bachelor party Jack is confused and baffled when he becomes aroused by the lap-dancer hired for the evening. There But For The Grace Of Grace: It's a scary glimpse into the future for Will and Grace when they visit their curmudgeonly retired college professor (guest star Orson Bean) only to discover that he is a bitter old man that has a Grace (guest star Piper Laurie) of his own. Meanwhile Karen (Megan Mullally) must confront her most mortal enemy - the kitchen - when Stan requests a homecooked meal for his birthday and she looks to Jack and Ben to come to her rescue. The Hospital Show: While on a blind date Will finds out that Karen's husband Stan has had a heart attack and rushes to the hospital to be with the gang. Will Jack Grace and Rosario all speculate on who Karen will turn to for her inevitable emotional breakdown. After all who pays the bills if Stan dies?

  • Will and Grace: Series 3 (Episodes 5-8) [2001]Will and Grace: Series 3 (Episodes 5-8) | DVD | (25/08/2003) from £9.89   |  Saving you £3.10 (23.90%)   |  RRP £12.99

    The second four episodes from season 3 of the smash U.S. sitcom about a gay lawyer and a straight interior designer. Grace 0 Jack 2000: Grace has made up her mind to break up with Ben (Gregory Hines) because she's convinced their relationship is going nowhere - but his charm and refusal to call it quits tempt her to reconsider. Meanwhile Jack's latest and most outrageous cabaret gig is an absolute bomb until he frantically works an unwilling Will into the act... Love Plus One: Grace rejects an ex-boyfriend's suggestion that she participate with him and his girlfriend in a romantic escapade but when she confides in Will and Karen - who falls down laughing at the prospect - the conservative Grace considers throwing caution to the wind. Gypsies Tramps And Weed: Will reluctantly decides to use a birthday gift certificate from Grace to consult a psychic about his future and encounters an absent-minded fortune teller (Camryn Manheim) whose frighteningly personal predictions leave him reeling. Lows In The Mid-Eighties: In a flashback to Thanksgiving 1985 co-ed Grace invites her college boyfriend Will home to meet her family but their romantic relationship swerves dramatically when a conflicted Will phones a teenaged Jack for some crucial advice. Unfortunately Will and an angry Grace end up temporarily estranged when he blurts out that he's gay and she orders him out of the house - and her life.

  • Will and Grace: Series 3 (Episodes 1-4) [2001]Will and Grace: Series 3 (Episodes 1-4) | DVD | (25/08/2003) from £6.88   |  Saving you £9.10 (233.93%)   |  RRP £12.99

    The first four episodes from season 3 of the smash U.S. sitcom about a gay lawyer and a straight interior designer. New Will City: Will finally returns from his Caribbean working vacation and tries to help a confused Grace decide between her two sub-par boyfriends but he gets a rude awakening when he jealously discovers that Jack has ingratiated himself with Grace in his absence... Fear And Clothing: Will's apartment resembles a disheveled boarding house when a rattled Grace seeks refuge after someone tries to break into her apartment but her needy presence - combined with Jack and his latest entourage - force the long suffering Will to demand that one of them must go! Husband And Trophy Wives: Will and Jack can't wait to arrive at the house of two old friends who are known for their wild parties but they discover that the former party animals are now sedately raising an adopted baby girl - and Will shocks Jack when he volunteers to test his shaky parenting skills by babysitting her for them. Girl Trouble: Grace's delight in having a bright intern (guest star Natasha Lyonne) whom she can mentor turns into horror when the young woman re-makes herself in the spitting image of sassy brassy Karen - and that's at least one too many Karens to handle!

  • Will and Grace: Series 2 (Episodes 21-24) [2001]Will and Grace: Series 2 (Episodes 21-24) | DVD | (21/04/2003) from £6.57   |  Saving you £6.42 (49.40%)   |  RRP £12.99

    My Best Friend's Tush: Grace discovers that one of Karen's friends is the notorious Helena Barnes (guest star Joan Collins) one of New York's most celebrated interior designers and her primary competition for a lucrative design job. Meanwhile Jack might regret it when he convinces Will to help him try to obtain financing for his latest venture The Subway Tush - a portable seat to make subway rides comfy. Girls Interrupted: Grace becomes chummy with her unpredictable neighbour Val (guest star Molly Shannon) from down the hall and while the pair surprisingly find they share a mutual rapport Grace's glow dims when she tells Will that a sentimental music box has disappeared during her new pal's visit. Meanwhile Jack poses as a straight man to attend a party for former homosexuals who have become heterosexual - fully intent on swaying a new convert (Neil Patrick) back to his side of the gender-preference aisle. Ben? Her? (Part 1) To help make peace between Grace and Ben Will has them both over to dinner only to have their relationship go beyond friendship. But then Will finds out that Ben is dating someone else. Meanwhile Jack catches Rosario in a clinch with a lover and learns that she wants a divorce. Ben? Her? (Part 2) Forced by his boss to betray both of his friends Will quits - only to discover that everything isn't as it seems. Frustrated he leaves a lost Jack and Grace behind and ends up on a tropical island without a care in the world. That is until Ben shows up...

  • Will and Grace: Series 2 (Episodes 1-4) [2001]Will and Grace: Series 2 (Episodes 1-4) | DVD | (24/02/2003) from £5.98   |  Saving you £1.01 (14.40%)   |  RRP £6.99

    Hit American sitcom Will and Grace is as perky as Friends and as wittily urbane as Frasier. The premise concerns Will (Eric McCormack), a mildly uptight lawyer who agrees to have as a flatmate his best friend, interior designer Grace (Debra Messing). Their relationship has all the hallmarks of one between lovers--emotional dependency, little things that get on each other's nerves, strong mutual interests and volcanic arguments. The only snag is that while Grace is straight, Will is gay. Though not shy of poking sharp fun at that situation, Will and Grace is among sitcom's most potent and sophisticated antidotes to homophobia. Though initially a little too pleased with its own camp pertness, the show grows and grows on you with successive episodes, finally becoming indispensable. It also benefits from secondary characters Jack (Sean P Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally), also gay and straight respectively, both outrageously and hilariously irresponsible characters: he's a free spirit and freeloader, she's "working" as Grace's assistant even though she doesn't need the money, having married some. Despite its diamond and rapid-fire punch lines, Will and Grace conveys enough sense of the lovelorn predicament of the main characters to prevent it becoming too cute. --David Stubbs

  • Will and Grace: Series 3 (Episodes 9-12) [2001]Will and Grace: Series 3 (Episodes 9-12) | DVD | (22/09/2003) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £12.99

    The third volume of episodes from season 3 of the smash U.S. sitcom. Episode titles: Three's A Crowd Six Is A Freak Show Coffee & Commitment Swimming Pools... Movie Stars Crazy In Love.

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