The Thick of It, Series 1

The Thick of It, Series 1

The Thick of It

  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release Date: 2005-05-19
  • Advisory Rating: Caution
  • Episodes: 3
  • iTunes Price: GBP 3.99
8.073/10
8.073
From 130 Ratings

Description

From Armando Iannucci the writer and director of new film In the Loop comes a comedy set in and around the world of Westminster politics. The Thick of It follows the relationships between a Minister, his political advisors, and the media. The Thick Of It follows the relationships between the put-upon Minister for Social Affairs (Chris Langham), his political advisors, and their hapless relationship with the media. Peter Capaldi is his Policy Co-Ordinator and Chris Addison his Junior Policy Advisor. Described by Iannucci as 'Yes, Minister meets Larry Sanders', the series unveils the inner workings of the corridors of power and spin.

Episodes

Title Time Price
1 Episode 1 29:18 GBP 1.89 Buy on iTunes
2 Episode 2 29:07 GBP 1.89 Buy on iTunes
3 Episode 3 29:13 GBP 1.89 Buy on iTunes

Reviews

  • Aaaaah

    5
    By Sneeflow123
    Do you ever just get reminded of something you love so much that you actually want to cry? Me right now after being reminded of Malcolm Tucker. I only watched this last week but I already miss it. Someone kill me thanks
  • Brilliant - love this series

    5
    By verityg21
    Why have I not watched this before? Utterly hilarious, with perfect casting.
  • 3 episode series?????

    3
    By tst86
    3 episodes does not consitute a series!! Great show not so great a deal from iTunes.
  • The best Political commedy ever!

    5
    By Tuckers Law
    A briliant political commedy featuring great performamces from all the cast, lannucci has created a briliant comedy capturing the chaos of government perfectly. Smart dialogue and believable characters make every episode essential veiwing material, shot with quick cuts and tracking shots the series has the viceral feel of a documentary. The thick of it is a adult commedy with a high swear count, so I would not recomend it for the faint of heart, although its genius is undeniable!
  • Series 1 is the best

    5
    By lebiz
    i just got into the thick of it recently. i absolutely love it, especially series 1. everyone in the first series just seems on the top of their game. capaldi as tucker as campbell is the best chararacter by a mile. but jamie is still probably my overall favourite as tucker's right hand hatchet man. he still has to have the most creative 'sweardowns' of them all. the pain which that man threatens to inflict with an iPod is scary...but well funny!
  • WARNING DO NOT BUY!

    4
    By Judge Jury Executioner
    WARNING DO NOT BUY!! This is an amazing adult comedy HOWEVER EPISODE 3 CAN BE FOUND FOR FREE CURRENTLY ON ITUNES UNDER 'Free TV' My advice, purchase the first 2 here and get the other one free there ;) Wish I could reclaim expenses as I bought these a while ago... if only I was an MP...
  • The Thick Of It

    4
    By XjonesX
    Argh, itunes!!! Cant believe what I just purchased, read the short description before I bought this and thought I was buying all 6 episodes, instead I have have just been totally ripped off and got half a series. Half my fault, half itunes. Still very annoying. Very good series though and would have gave the whole series 4/5 even without my itunes disaster.
  • Should be required viewing for anyone of voting age...

    5
    By Ntranced
    Simplay a fantastic show. Series 1 has 3 episodes, series 2 has 3 episodes to the reviewer asking earlier.
  • Simply, mind-blowingly wonderfully artistic use of swearing!!

    5
    By 4everard
    Malcolm Tucker....'nuff said.
  • Fantastic! (review plus replies)

    5
    By nicknamesarehardtothinkup1221421
    Some of the funniest 90ish minutes of TV you will ever see! Can't wait for series 2 later this year! SimonJLewis, there were only 3 episodes in season, which was aired in early 2005 and then 3 episodes in season 2, which was aired later that year which is why you get half the episodes for half the price. ZinZin, you may want to look again at the description, aswell as British contract law.

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