Former Major League pitcher Kenny Powers (Danny McBride) used to have it all: fame, endorsements, and a lucrative contract. Now, after hard living took its toll on his fastball, Kenny has found himself crashing with his brother's family and teaching gym class at the North Carolina middle school he once attended. Wherever he goes, Kenny wreaks havoc with his boorish behaviour and even makes a pre-emptive romantic strike on his former high school squeeze, now a teacher engaged to the school principal. Out of baseball, and discarded by the game he abused so well, can Kenny succeed in his plot to triumphantly return to the big leagues? Special Features: Season 1: Deleted Scenes Schaeffer Motors commercials Making Eastbound and Down Kenny Powers: Greatest Hits Audio Commentary: Chapter 1:Danny McBride, Jody Hill, David Gordon Green and Ben Best Chapter 4: Danny McBride, Jody Hill, David Gordon Green and Ben Best) Chapter 6: with Danny McBride, Jody Hill, David Gordon Green and Ben Best) Outtakes Stevie's Dark Secret Season 2: Invitation to the Set Big Red Cockfighting Outtakes Deleted Scenes Season 1 Recap Audio Commentary: Episode 1: Danny McBride and Jody Hill Episode 4: Danny McBride, Jody Hill and Steve Little Episode 5: David Gordon Green and Chris Gebert Episode 6: David Gordon Green and Chris Gebert Episode 7: Danny McBride, Jody Hill and Steve Little Season 3 Audio Commentary: Episode 1: Danny McBride, Jody Hill, Katy Mixon Episode 2: Danny McBride, Jody Hill, Harris Wittels, Steve Little, Elizabeth Derazzo, David Gordon Green Episode 3: Danny McBride, Jody Hill, Steve Little, Travis Sittard, Jeff Seibenick, Ike Barinholtz Episode 4: Danny McBride, Jody Hill, Josh Parkinson, Steve Little, Elizabeth Derazzo, David Gordon Green Episode 5: Danny McBride, Jody Hill, Steve Little, Elizabeth Derazzo, Erick Chavarria Episode 6: Danny McBride, Jody Hill, Steve Little, Travis Sittard, Jeff Seibenick, David Gordon Green Episode 7: Danny McBride, Jody Hill, Craig Robinson, Travis Sittard, Jeff Seibenick, John Carcieri Episode 8: Danny McBride, Jody Hill, Katy Mixon, Steve Little Season 1 Recap Season 2 Recap Outtakes Deleted Scenes Dinner With The Schaeffer's
The final episode of the acclaimed series joins the employees of Reynholm Industries as they turn it off and on again for one last time. An accident involving spilt coffee, a tiny barista and a van with breasts leads to Roy (Chris O’ Dowd) and Jen (Katherine Parkinson) being shamed on the internet. Suddenly, their reputations and that of Reynholm Industries are at risk, and everything they do only makes it worse. Can Jen and Roy restore their good names? Will a newly confident Moss (Richard Ayoade) be able to help? How will Douglas (Matt Berry) fare on ‘Secret Millionaire’? Will a hastily-drawn chart be the key that saves the day? No, no, badly, no.
SERIES ONE: Lives and careers are on the line in this thrilling police anti-corruption drama following the investigation into DCI Tony Gates (Lennie James). Gina McKee, Vicky McClure, Martin Compston, Adrian Dunbar, Craig Parkinson and Neil Morrissey also star. SERIES TWO: When a police convoy is fatally ambushed, AC-12 pursue the sole surviving officer, DI Lindsay Denton (Keeley Hawes). Cast also includes Vicky McClure, Martin Compston, Adrian Dunbar, Craig Parkinson, Neil Morrissey, Mark Bonnar and Jessica Raine. SERIES THREE: When Firearms Officer Sergeant Danny Waldron (Daniel Mays) shoots dead a hardened criminal, AC-12 suspect foul play. Also starring Vicky McClure, Martin Compston, Adrian Dunbar, Craig Parkinson, Neil Morrissey, Leanne Best, Arsher Ali and Will Mellor. SERIES FOUR: When DCI Roz Huntley (Thandie Newton) captures a serial killer, the chief forensic investigator (Jason Watkins) alerts AC-12 to a possible miscarriage of justice. The cast also includes Vicky McClure, Adrian Dunbar and Martin Compston.
The Ultimate Boxset includes Versions 1.0-4.0 of the International Emmy Award-winning show, as well as The Internet Is Coming! They are IT: basement denizens, banished from the upper floors of Reynholm Industries by unhinged CEO Denholm Reynholm. But at least they have each other. Computer whiz Moss (Richard Ayoade) is all brains and social awkwardness, while his Irish co-worker, Roy (Chris O’Dowd) just tries to coast through the day. Their mutual goal is to fend off as many work requests as possible and stay unnoticed. Jen (Katherine Parkinson) has other ideas: after lying on her CV she has been sent to run IT, but too bad she doesn’t know a keyboard from a mouse. Together they make a wreck of both their careers and their social lives and explore the darkest mysteries of Reynholm Industries. What does the company actually do or produce? What lurks behind the ominous looking battered red door in the basement? Is there any perversion the boss’ son won’t try? And most importantly, how long till one of them screws up badly enough to get fired?
Written by Kay Mellor and starring Hermione Norris, Katherine Parkinson, Jill Halfpenny, Christine Bottomley, Will Mellor and Tara Fitzgerald, IN THE CLUB portrays six very different women all of whom share one thing in common... they’re pregnant. Having been told they would never be able to conceive, Diane and Rick are expecting their ‘miracle’ baby. However a spiralling financial crisis leads Rick to take drastic measures to provide for his fast growing family. Jasmin is struggling with chronic morning sickness and feels as though an alien has taken over her body. Roanna is battling with her ex-husband over their divorce settlement but is very happy and in love with her much younger partner Simon. Kim lives with her partner Susie and Susie’s son, Jude, and writes a pregnancy blog. When a young girl calling herself ‘Fifteen and Frightened’ contacts Kim via her blog, she feels she needs to help her. Some of these women will find their dreams come true, some risk losing theirs but all will discover that nothing’s easy when you’re IN THE CLUB.
Outstanding raconteur Kenneth Williams regales his spellbound audience in typical fashion with a long look back at his career - from his time entertaining troops in the army, his radio work (including the Hancock shows), his work in theatre and - of course - the highly successful series of Carry On films. Playing wonderfully to his audience of celebrities (which include Michael Parkinson, Ned Sherrin, Gordon Jackson and Carry On cohorts Joan Sims and Bernard Bresslaw) he even finds time to answer a few of their questions.Presented at its original 77 minute running time, An Audience with Kenneth Williams is a must buy purchase for comedy fans everywhere., Outstanding raconteur Kenneth Williams regales his spellbound audience in typical fashion with a long look back at his career - from his time entertaining troops in the army, his radio work (including the Hancock shows), his work in theatre and - of course - the highly successful series of Carry On films. Playing wonderfully to his audience of celebrities (which include Michael Parkinson, Ned Sherrin, Gordon Jackson and Carry On cohorts Joan Sims and Bernard Bresslaw) he even finds time to answer a few of their questions.Presented at its original 77 minute running time, An Audience with Kenneth Williams is a must buy purchase for comedy fans everywhere.Special Features:Interview from Live from Two from 1980Interview from Sunday Sunday from 1983Interview on Russell Harty Plus from 1973
Green Wing's Stephen Mangan stars as Dr. Richard Pitt, a therapist trying to relaunch his career after the disastrous collapse of his group therapy practice. His new form of therapy, carried out via weekly quick-fire webcam sessions, examines a hilariously outrageous catalogue of neuroses, phobias, issues, anxieties and psychopathies - and not all of them belong to his patients! When you add in teenage children, unconventional parents, an anally-fixated therapist and a high-flying wife (who has issues of her own - not the least of which is a perverse boss with a vivid fantasy life) then what hope does Richard have? In fact, what hope do any of his clients have..? Adapted from the Emmy-nominated American comedy series Web Therapy, this heavily improvised and startlingly unpredictable comedy guest stars some of Britain's best-loved actors, including David Tennant, Jessica Hynes, Charles Dance, Richard E. Grant, Katherine Parkinson, Celia Imrie, Paul Ritter, Karl Theobald and Arsher Ali.
Four of the comic's great shows: Up Pompeii, Further Up Pompeii, Then Churchill Said To Me and The Best Of Frankie Howard which includes sketches from An Evening With Frankie Howard and Royal Variety Performances, and chatshow appearances on Parkinson and Wogan.Includes:Up Pompeii.Further Up Pompeii.Best Of Frankie Howerd.Then Churchill Said To Me