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The first 2 seasons do not contain a laughter track, the third one does, something which disappointed many of the show's fans as it undermined its naturalistic feel. See more »
[with more concern over a Christmas variety show than serious police matters]
Det. Insp. Beach:
I'm not remotely interested in your drugs bust. What I want to know is... how long have we got until the full dress rehersal?
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Absolutely one of the funniest things that's been on TV.
I'm not going to bother writing a huge review of this series but to give you an idea of how good it is I'd just like to tell you that the most i have ever laughed in my ENTIRE life, ever, EVER, was at one scene in this series. I have never laughed like that since, and to be honest i don't want to, because it was an unpleasant experience. So to put it bluntly, this series is too funny.
I also believe that the office may have drawn a lot of inspiration from this program.
Its out on DVD finally now so go and buy it.
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