Men Behaving Badly is one of the best British comedies of the 90's, with the exceptions of the ITV Seasons that didn't even try. It featured Martin Clunes as Gary, Neil Morrissey as Tony (who thankfully replaced Harry Enfield as Dermot in Season 2), Caroline Quentin as Dorothy and Leslie Ash as Deborah.
My favourite Season is the one that aired on the BBC in 1994 (Season 3) because that's when the show really started to improve and the main cast tried very hard, unlike the ITV Seasons from 1992. The characters became likeable and there was more bad behaviour in the series so it was true to it's title. Gary and Tony are two lovable lads who like booze, women and an eternal childhood and however childish they may be, they would do almost anything for their ladies, Dorothy and Deborah. Seasons 4-6 are very good too because they bring just as much laughter and enjoyment as Season 3.
My favourite episodes are;
1. Lovers (from Season 3)
2. Bed (also from Season 3)
3. Drunk (from Season 4)
4. Hair (from Season 5)
5. The Good Pub Guide (also from Season 5)
6. Your Mate VS Your Bird (also from Season 5)
7. Jealousy (from Season 6)
8. Sofa (also from Season 6)
9. Jingle B***s (Best Christmas Special Ever!)
10. Last Orders Trilogy (All 3 Parts)
I would like to thank Neil Morrissey, Martin Clunes and the writers from Season 3-onwards for making this comedy so fantastic! I would recommend this for all comedy fans.