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Men Behaving Badly

Season 6 1997
TV-PG

  • 1997-11-05T19:00:00-05:00 on BBC One
  • 30 mins
  • 2 hours, 52 mins
  • United Kingdom
  • English
  • Comedy

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!

6 episodes

6x01 Stag Night

  • Season Premiere

    1997-11-05T19:00:00-05:00 — 28 mins

Gary and Tony set out to celebrate Gary's stag night after Dorothy decides that it's time Gary showed ""real committment"" by marrying her. Gary suggests to Dorothy that buying a dog together might be an alternative!

6x02 Wedding

  • 1997-11-12T19:00:00-05:00 — 29 mins

The day of Gary and Dorothy's wedding arrives and both of them are having second thoughts. Tony, however, is ""on a promise"" if the wedding goes ahead.

6x03 Jealousy

  • 1997-11-19T19:00:00-05:00 — 28 mins

Tony becomes obsessively jealous when he thinks that Deborah fancies another man. Gary and Dorothy, Tony and Deborah spend a weekend in a caravan out in the country. Gary is trying to give up smoking.

6x04 Watching TV

  • 1997-11-26T19:00:00-05:00 — 29 mins

Gary, Dorothy, Tony and Deborah spend an evening watching television. At least, Tony tries to watch television. The other three seem hell bent on making Tony look like an idiot.

6x05 Ten

  • 1997-12-03T19:00:00-05:00 — 29 mins

Tony tries to talk Deborah into making love in unusual places. He also has to try to make a good impression on Deborah's mother. Dorothy talks Gary into seeing a relationship counsellor.

6x06 Sofa

  • 1997-12-10T19:00:00-05:00 — 29 mins

Dorothy talks Gary into getting rid of his 25-year-old sofa. Gary reminisces about the events his sofa has 'witnessed'.

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