Following on from the huge success of the first three series, the complete Peep Show Series 4 is available to own for the first time from 5th November 2007. Featuring all six episodes plus a wealth of exclusive DVD extras, the eagerly anticipated fourth series of the Golden Rose-winning sitcom is released by 4DVD in tandem with the Peep Show 1 - 4 Boxset.
An absolute must for fans of the show and a great addition to any DVD collection, the box set features all four series in their entirety plus all additional extras and bonus material. Peep Show 4 continues to follow the domestic adventures of Mark (David Mitchell) and Jeremy (Robert Webb), two late-twenty something flat mates living in south London. As ever, viewers are party to Mark and Jeremy's innermost thoughts as the dysfunctional duo try in vain to find their place in modern culture, to grow up and maybe even find love and fulfilment.
Mark's the sensible one, a professional brogue-wearer with a slightly disconcerting interest in World War Two. Jeremy is the loose cannon, a lazy waster with dodgy friends who dreams of becoming a musician but can never get his act together (or up in the morning). Peep Show 4 sees Mark, after accidentally proposing to Sophie (Olivia Coleman), facing the horror of actually having to go through with the wedding. Or will he? And when Jeremy's beautiful ex 'visa wife' Nancy (Rachel Blanchard) unexpectedly turns up, how far will he go to win her back?
Also in this series, Mark spends a horrific weekend with Sophie's argumentative parents, tries to get his gym instructor sacked, and also gets involved in a spot of arson. Meanwhile, Jeremy performs some 'handy' work for a male pop star, does something pretty unspeakable to a dog and, worst of all, sleeps with Sophie's mother
Peep Show is produced by Objective Productions and directed by Tristam Shapeero (Smack the Pony, Green Wing, I'm Alan Partridge). Series one and two was produced by Phil Clarke (Big Train, Brass Eye) while series three and four were produced by Robert Popper (The Timewaster Diary, Timewaster Letter Series, Look Around You) with Phil Clarke as series producer. Peep Show is written by Jesse Armstrong & Sam Bain (Smack the Pony).
Featuring exclusive behind the scenes glimpses from those involved in Peep Show both behind and in front of the cameras, the Peep Show DVD extras are a must see for any fan of the series. From writers Sam Bain and Jesse Armstrong, through series producer Phil Clarke and script editor Iain Morris, to Robert Webb and David Mitchell themselves, the extras offer a rare insight into the show, and not just series 4 - for those who have followed the programme from the start, there's a treat of capturing the highlights from when it all began while for those new to the show, it's a valuable catch up.
Highlights include insights into Mark's character, Jeremy's character, behind the scenes looks during filming, including of course the obligatory hilarious outtakes, the ultimate barn burning sequence and to top it all off, everyone who's anyone in the world of Peep Show selects their favourite top ten moments ever. From the slightest nuances to the downright full-on filth, it's all covered in the DVD extras.
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Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.