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

Men Behaving Badly

  • TV sitcom
  • BBC One / ITV1
  • 1992 - 1998
  • 42 episodes (6 series)

Flat share sitcom following security salesman Gary and his lodger, as they attempt to navigate the opposite sex. Stars Martin Clunes, Neil Morrissey, Leslie Ash, Caroline Quentin, Ian Lindsay and more.

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From the Friday vault: Men Behaving Badly turns 20

This weeks entry of the classic British comedy, Men Behaving Badly, magically coincides with the 20th anniversary release of an all-new box-set on Monday, 29 October and will include all six series.

Bill Young, Tellyspotting, 26th October 2012

Is 'Men Behaving Badly' still funny after 20 years?

Men Behaving Badly was voted the best sitcom in BBC history when the Corporation celebrated its 60th birthday, but does it still strike a chord?

The Huffington Post, 11th October 2012

Men Behaving Badly: Tube Talk Gold

In 1989, Simon Nye wrote a book charting the exploits of two laddish layabouts. Soon, the novel - Men Behaving Badly - had been earmarked by producer Beryl Vertue, who felt it had the potential to become a hit on television. Vertue was correct, but the show's path to success was not an easy one...

Morgan Jeffery, Digital Spy, 5th May 2012

Rhod Gilbert on being waxed, bitten, and beaten

He swapped his office job for stand-up fame, but Rhod Gilbert's about to return to the daily grind for another bout of Work Experience on TV.

Nathan Bevan, Wales Online, 5th May 2012

Blake Harrison: No more acting stupid

Blake Harrison's role as a recovering drug and alcohol addict in new play Step 9 (of 12) is a far cry from the one in which he made his name as dim-witted Neil in E4 cult comedy The Inbetweeners.

Natalie Woolman, The Stage, 4th May 2012

Caroline Quentin wants Men Behaving Badly to return

Caroline Quentin has not ruled out a return of the hit comedy Men Behaving Badly.

The Sun, 8th February 2012

Could men behave badly... again?

According to reports circulating the globe, there are rumors of the classic mid-90's British comedy, Men Behaving Badly, returning with Neil Morrisey getting the band back together. Morrissey, who played Tony Smart, has approached the BBC with the idea of seeing how the two main characters Tony and his flatmate, Gary (Martin Clunes), are coping with middle age (one can only imagine since they coped with their early 30's concept of eternal childhood so well).

Bill Young, Tellyspotting, 4th July 2011

Neil Morrissey wants Men Behaving Badly to return

Neil Morrissey is lobbying the BBC to bring back sitcom Men Behaving Badly.

The Sun, 28th June 2011

The legendary lost Men Behaving Badly pilot

Whilst working on this week's Britain In A Box, I had a rare treat when we managed to obtain a copy of the original, never-broadcast pilot of Men Behaving Badly. The pilot was made for Thames TV, directed by their then Head of Comedy, John Howard Davies and starred the eventual cast of the first series, Harry Enfield, Martin Clunes, Caroline Quentin and Lesley Ash.

Paul Jackson, BBC Blogs, 19th February 2011

Neil Morrissey confronts his troubled past

Neil Morrissey reveals all about being split from his brother and put into care... for stealing sweets.

Kathryn Knight, Daily Mail, 19th February 2011

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