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Still Game. Image shows from L to R: Victor McDade (Greg Hemphill), Jack Jarvis (Ford Kiernan).

Still Game

BBC One and BBC Two and BBC One Scotland sitcom about delinquent pensioners. 50 episodes (7 series), 2002 - 2016. Stars Ford Kiernan, Greg Hemphill, Jane McCarry, Paul Riley and others.

Catch-up on Episode 6 on BBC iPlayer   Series 5, Episode 7 is repeated on Friday 30th December at 11pm

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Still Game. Copyright: The Comedy Unit.

Series 1 (2002)

Jack and Victor burst onto Scottish screens in 2002 with this, their first TV series. Some of these episodes haven't ever been broadcast south of the border, but they're all available on DVD. The pensioners' adventures in this series include attending a wedding, going on a double date and getting rather cold.

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Still Game. Image shows from L to R: Victor McDade (Greg Hemphill), Jack Jarvis (Ford Kiernan). Copyright: The Comedy Unit.

Series 2 (2003)

With the first series a hit, BBC Scotland ordered an extended length nine-episode second series for 2003. This series features such comic moments as the lads discovering 'happy pills' and Winston having to pretend to be Ida's 'pumpkin' lover.

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Still Game. Image shows from L to R: Victor McDade (Greg Hemphill), Jack Jarvis (Ford Kiernan). Copyright: The Comedy Unit.

Series 3 (2004)

The third series of this sitcom started with Jack and Victor's holiday in Canada. The lads soon return home though and get into more mischief, including organising a gambling sting.

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Still Game. Image shows from L to R: Jack Jarvis (Ford Kiernan), Davie (Robbie Coltrane), Victor McDade (Greg Hemphill). Copyright: The Comedy Unit.

Series 4 (2005)

In the fourth series the boys, despite being another year older, still haven't grown-up. They become hospital DJs, cause a few problems for Dial-A-Bus and get into many other adventures. This is the first series of the show to have been broadcast in full on BBC Two.

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Still Game. Image shows from L to R: Victor McDade (Greg Hemphill), Jack Jarvis (Ford Kiernan). Copyright: The Comedy Unit.

Series 5 (2006)

The fifth series sees the residents of Craiglang being funnier than ever. Amongst other things, Jack and Victor visit a brewery, do a bit of DIY, take a 'pleasure' cruise and become wedding chauffeurs! The special at the end of this series is particularly good - it features a flash-back that shows how all the characters used to look when they were younger.

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Still Game. Image shows from L to R: Jack Jarvis (Ford Kiernan), Jim Watt, Victor McDade (Greg Hemphill). Copyright: The Comedy Unit.

Series 6 (2007)

The seven-part sixth series features guest appearances by Lorraine Kelly, a Pop Idol winner and a world champion boxer amongst other things. Jack and Victor also try and reserve a bench in the park, are mistaken for two socialites and are plunged into darkness when the power goes out.

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Still Game. Image shows from L to R: Victor McDade (Greg Hemphill), Jack Jarvis (Ford Kiernan). Copyright: The Comedy Unit.

2007 Festive Specials (2007)

At the end of 2007 there were two specials. Jack and Victor joined the Community Choir, whilst in the Hogamanay special they went on a retreat in Tighnahulish. These specials turned out to be the last episodes for nine years as the creators had a disagreement and stopped talking to each other.

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Still Game. Image shows from L to R: Isa Drennan (Jane McCarry), Jack Jarvis (Ford Kiernan), Victor McDade (Greg Hemphill). Copyright: The Comedy Unit.

Series 7 (2016)

After 9 years off-air, all the characters returned to TV in 2016. This series followed on from Still Game Live, a sold out a mammoth 21-date arena run. It is business as usual for the gang in these six episodes...

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