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Rent Men Behaving Badly: Series 7 (1998)

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Rent Men Behaving Badly: Series 7 (aka Men Behaving Badly: Last Orders) Online DVD & Blu-ray Rental
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.

1. 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 into 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.
2.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...
3. 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 git in the house...
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Beryl Vertue
Simon Nye
Men Behaving Badly: Last Orders
Prism Leisure
British TV, TV Classics, TV Comedies, TV Sitcoms
Release Date:
Run Time:
128 minutes
English Dolby Digital 2.0
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Aspect Ratio:
Full Screen 1.33:1 / 4:3
  • Special 90 Minute 'Last Orders' Movie Version
  • 'Select-A-Scene' Facility with Each Episode
  • 5 Interactive Quizzes (With Special 'Out-Take' Rewards on Completion)

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