Men Behaving Badly. Image shows from L to R: Gary Strang (Martin Clunes), Dorothy (Caroline Quentin), Tony Smart (Neil Morrissey), Deborah (Leslie Ash). Copyright: Hartswood Films Ltd.

Men Behaving Badly

BBC One and ITV sitcom about two lads. 42 episodes (6 series), 1992 - 1998. Stars Martin Clunes, Neil Morrissey, Leslie Ash, Caroline Quentin and others.

Series 5, Episode 1 is repeated on Gold tomorrow at 9pm.

Press Clippings

British comedy remakes that hit and missed in the US

The Office landed, while The Inbetweeners floundered - so what makes a good US remake?

Ben Allen, Radio Times, 29th May 2019

Gallery: 20 politically incorrect 'modern' comedies

Here are 20 recent comedies that wouldn't have been green-lit today.

Ed Power, The Telegraph, 17th October 2017

Blackadder tops list of shows people would like to return

Blackadder, Only Fools And Horses, Spitting Image and Fawlty Towers have come out top of a poll that asked people which classic TV shows they'd like to return.

British Comedy Guide, 15th June 2017

Neil Morrissey would consider Men Behaving Badly return

Neil Morrissey has revealed he would consider reprising his role in Men Behaving Badly with the right script.

BT, 14th February 2017

Neil Morrissey wants to revisit 'misogynist loser'

Neil Morrissey continued his campaign to revive Men Behaving Badly as he joined the Good Morning Britain sofa - despite calling his character a "misogynist loser".

The Scotsman, 2nd March 2016

Neil Morrissey on MBB reunion: 'It's a pipe dream'

Neil Morrissey doesn't expect a full reunion of Men Behaving Badly to happen any time soon, though he'd love to team up with Martin Clunes, Caroline Quentin and Leslie Ash if the situation arose.

Tom Eames, Digital Spy, 19th February 2016

Caroline Quentin: Men Behaving Badly won't come back

'Who'd tune in to watch characters who'd probably be a bunch of pathetic, middle-aged losers now? says Caroline Quentin.

Daphne Lockyer, The Telegraph, 22nd August 2015

Martin Clunes rules out Men Behaving Badly return

Neil Morrissey would love to bring the show back but an unconvinced Clunes quips: "He's doing it on his own!"

Ben Dowell, Radio Times, 13th February 2015

Neil Morrissey on MBB: 'We would bring it back'

Neil Morrissey has said that he would like to make a new series of Men Behaving Badly.

Tom Eames, Digital Spy, 2nd February 2015

How I miss Men Behaving Badly, and why you should too

Caroline Quentin thinks the nineties show which made her name would never be commissioned today. Katy Brand wholeheartedly disagrees and explains why we need its booze, burps and boobs more than ever.

Katy Brand, The Telegraph, 16th January 2015