Still Game - Series 3 - Complete details
|Starring:||Paul Riley, Greg Hemphill, Ford Kiernan, Mark Cox|
|Directors:||Colin Gilbert, Michael Hines|
|Studio:||JOHN WILLIAMS PRODUCTIONS|
Still Game - Series 3 - Episodes 1 To 3
|12 Disc 1|
Still Game - Series 3 - Episodes 4 To 6
|12 Disc 2|
|Rental release:||27 Sep 2004|
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Still Game - Still BrilliantBy a customer from Fife , 01 Dec 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]Jack and Victor turn on the style yet again.
In 'Big Yin', they call on the services of a 7 foot giant to rid Craiglang of the Craiglang Youth Team. Unfortunately, there's a drawback to the 7 foot Innes - Medurie!
In 'Oot', Archie the hermit makes his first appearance in over 30 years. Winston wants a new TV, but has to build it himself. 'Towering Inferno' takes on a new meaning.
In 'Aff', Winston manages to get extra money but loses his foot.
Brilliant Scottish humour that appeals to all ages
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fantasticBy David from Donny, UK , 17 Dec 2010the heading says it all
Not to be missedBy David from Doncaster UK , 17 Dec 2010These two guys are brilliant, give it a try
GreatBy Dave UK from Donny, UK , 17 Dec 2010if you don't laugh at these you must be brain dead
BrilliantBy Dave UK from Doncaster UK , 17 Dec 2010one of the best comedies of all time
Back for a 3rd round at The Clansman.By H0LLIE (198 reviews) from UK , 01 Aug 2010I was a little dubious about a sketch getting a full show and found myself proven wrong when series 1 and 2 turned out to be fantastic, and here is series 3 continuing the laughs, and I have to admit my continued surprise that something designed to be old and stale can stay so young and fresh.
We're back to 6 episodes with this third series (same as series 1 but 3 less than series 2) featuring storylines regarding family, getting back to learning, gambling, neds, reclusion, and the fear of death. So basically - realistic situations faced by the elderly put forth in an entertaining manner which really makes you think... but not too much. A lot like series one and two but still entirely new and origional.
The only problem is that, like with the 1st and 2nd series, the 'play all' option forces you to sit through the opening and closing credits every time, so be ready with the fast forward every twenty odd minutes.
Highly recommended, though the English may need the odd translation here and there.