Gary needs a lodger to help pay the mortgage on his flat. Unfortunately, neither of his lodgers seems to be able (or willing) to pay any rent at all!
First there's Dermot and then Tony. Both of these fall for Deborah, who owns the flat upstairs, but get nowhere.
Gary also has thoughts in that direction - his problem being the fact that he has a regular girlfiend, Dorothy, who he lives with!
A specially filmed scene in aid of Comic Relief brings a surprise guest to the flat.
Christmas time, a time of love, food and fun. However at Gary’s home Christmas time is a time of hate, burnt turkeys and deep fat fried phones! Gary is determined to do the cooking, and Deborah wants to split up with Tony, who's thrilled with his new drum set.
Gary and Dorothy are determined to try for a baby; however Gary has a slight impotence problem so collects a heavy collection of pornography to solve the issue.
Gary attends a conference in Worthing, and Dorothy, Deborah and Tony tag along for the trip; Tony and Gary make the local headlines by stealing a large ornamental fish, and Gary falls in love - and not with Dorothy.
In the final episode, Tony takes up his new job as a postman; however Deborah believes he's become boring as a result. Meanwhile Gary gets heavily drunk to break the news to George and Anthea the office is closing down; and Dorothy goes into labour, but with a drunken Gary and Tony (who’s now back to his old ways) and an unconscious midwife, events descend into disaster.
As part of Comic Relief 1999, a 'Swinging Sixties' version of the show was broadcast via recently discovered black-and-white footage, known as 'The Naughty Boys'.
Outtakes and bloopers from Season 1
Outtakes and bloopers from Season 2
Outtakes and bloopers from Season 3
Outtakes and bloopers from Season 4
Outtakes and bloopers from Season 5
Outtakes and bloopers from Season 6
Outtakes and bloopers from Jingle Balls!
Outtakes and bloopers from Last Orders
The DVD version also features a movie version which combines all three episodes. It's time to call 'Last Orders' down The Crown, as the Men Behaving Badly gang bow out with the hilarious Final Trilogy of feature-length episodes. So join Gary, Tony, Dorothy and Debs in a final bout of bad behaviour. Performance Sex is beautiful and natural, until Gary and Dorothy decide they want to make a baby. Tony is about to move in with Deborah when she goes in hospital with a bad leg. Tony faces up to the dilemma: could he live with a one-legged woman? But not to worry, the most important thing is: It's Karaoke Night at The Crown. Gary In Love Dazzled by the prospect of a free hotel suite, Deborah, Tony and Dorothy join Gary for a weekend in Worthing in November. Tony and Gary get drunk and smuggle a municipal landmark back to their hotel, then wonder how to dispose of it. Dorothy thinks she is pregnant and Gary thinks he is falling in love with Wendy. Tony decides only he can sort it out... Delivery Tony has got a job as a postman and is finally taking life seriously - too seriously for Deborah who realises she preferred him when he was carefree and stupid. Gary's office is closing down, not that he can bring himself to tell the staff. Dorothy is very pregnant and already worried about having another helpless, flatulent, breast-fixated little bastard in the house.
Gary and Tony discuss testicular cancer as part of Channel 4's Stand Up To Cancer telethon and The Feeling Nuts Comedy Night.
Cast and crew look back at one of the most popular sitcoms of the 1990s, British Men Behaving Badly (1992), which starred Martin Clunes and Neil Morrissey and reflected the lad culture of the decade.