Grumpy Old Men

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Friday 10:00 PM on BBC Two Premiered Oct 09, 2003 In Season

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Episode Guide

  • Season 3
    • Being John Grumpy
      5/19/06
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      The Grumpies discuss their ever lengthening list of medical complaints.
    • All you need is love
      5/12/06
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      The Grumpies discuss the rich list, the national obsession with house prices, adverts inviting you to consolidate your loans, modern art and the Royal Family.
    • This Is The Price We Pay
      5/5/06
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      This Is The Price We Pay Series which takes an in-depth look at the views of men aged between 35 and 54, very probably the grumpiest sector of our society. The grumblers get annoyed about the public asking them to `say something grumpy' when they meet them, then have their say about arrogant sportsmen, men hugging, living statues, hippy trinket shops and barbecues. As usual, the points made, are hilariously funny.moreless
    • Terminally Confused
      4/28/06
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      Terminally Confused

      Series which takes an in-depth look at the views of men aged between 35 and 54, very probably the grumpiest sector of our society. The grumblers get annoyed about technology - how VCRs, DVDs and mobile telephones all seem designed specifically to annoy them. With Arthur Smith, Rory McGrath, Rick Wakeman, Will Self, John Stapleton, Tim Rice, John O'Farrell, Des Lynam, Nigel Havers, Gerry Robinson, Tony Slattery, Don Warrington and Peter York.moreless
    • Everywhere You Look
      4/21/06
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      For this episode the grumpy old men take on some more familiar topics. Traffic wardens are one, tourists another. John O'Farrell has a rant about the print size of the index in the London A-Z street map and the impossibility of actually finding a road because that bit of the map's always in the crease of the book. However, if you only catch one sequence, make sure it's Tony Slattery's brilliant impersonation of a weathergirl's manic intonation. He's obviously missed his vocation. John Stapleton, Don Warrington, Nigel Havers and Des Lynam are among the other moaners.moreless
    • Those Were the Days
      4/14/06
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      The Grumpies try to look back to the good old days.
  • Season 2
  • Season 1
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