Friday Night Dinner: Series 1-3 DVD

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Each week twenty-something brothers Adam and Jonny return to the family home for a Friday night dinner of domestic squabbling, food-related pranking, and lashings of ˜crumble crumble'. Series 1 Adam goes on a blind date in front of his entire family, Jonny jumps out of a bin bag and almost kills Grandma, Dad has a chat with Adam about ˜females', Mum comes face to face with her nemesis - ˜Bitchface', Grandma gets locked out the house in her bikini, and neighbour Jim brings round a special basket of green fruit - called a ˜schmoigel'... Series 2 Adam goes out with... a girl who smells like Mum, Jonny gets a girlfriend who's twice his age, Dad dries fish in the downstairs cupboard, Mum is forced out the house by a mouse, neighbour Jim makes a birthday cake for his dog, Grandma gets a new boyfriend who tries to fight Dad and we meet Dad's mother - ˜Horrible Grandma'. Series 3 Adam gains a new female admirer - a 9-year-old girl, Jonny gets the world's worst tattoo, Mum practices being a counsellor on her horrified family, Dad tries to hide a dead fox from Mum, Grandma goes back out with the terrifying Mr Morris, neighbour Jim accidentally swallows his dog's sleeping pills, and someone's getting married... [show more]

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Released
23 November 2015
Directors
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Publisher
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434 minutes 
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PAL 
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play.  Each week twenty-something brothers Adam and Jonny return to the family home for a Friday night dinner of domestic squabbling, food-related pranking, and lashings of ‘crumble crumble’. Series 1 Adam goes on a blind date in front of his entire family, Jonny jumps out of a bin bag and almost kills Grandma, Dad has a chat with Adam about ‘females’, Mum comes face to face with her nemesis - ‘Bitchface’, Grandma gets locked out the house in her bikini, and neighbour Jim brings round a special basket of green fruit - called a ‘schmoigel’... Series 2 Adam goes out with a girl who smells like Mum, Jonny gets a girlfriend who’s twice his age, Dad dries fish in the downstairs cupboard, Mum is forced out the house by a mouse, neighbour Jim makes a birthday cake for his dog, Grandma gets a new boyfriend who tries to fight Dad and we meet Dad’s mother - ‘Horrible Grandma’. Series 3 Adam gains a new female admirer - a 9-year-old girl, Jonny gets the world’s worst tattoo, Mum practices being a counsellor on her horrified family, Dad tries to hide a dead fox from Mum, Grandma goes back out with the terrifying Mr Morris, neighbour Jim accidentally swallows his dog’s sleeping pills, and someone’s getting married...  

All 18 episodes from the first three series of the Channel 4 sitcom starring Simon Bird and Tamsin Greig, centred around the regular Friday night meal shared by eccentric Jewish family the Goodmans. 20-something brothers Adam (Bird) and Jonny (Tom Rosenthal) may have left home and carved out lives (of sorts) for themselves, but when they go back to their parents' home every Friday night they always seem to find themselves caught up in the old family dynamics. Series 1 episodes are: 'The Sofabed', 'The Jingle', 'The Curtains', 'The Dress', 'The Mercedes' and 'The Date'. Series 2 episodes are: 'Buggy', 'Mr. Morris', 'The Loft', 'The New Car', 'The Yoghurts' and 'The Mouse'. Series 3 episodes are: 'The Girlfriend', 'The Fox', 'Mr. Morris Returns', 'The Anniversary', 'The Piano' and 'The Big Day'.