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How could a comedy staring Dylan Moran, Bill Bailey and Tamsin Greig possibly fail? Black Books is one of my favourites despite (or perhaps because of) its short run. The sketch with the Manny (Moran) and Bernard (Bill) get stuck into a wine cellar whilst house sitting should amuse!


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This is spooky ... I watched that episode of Black Books only last night!

really? now that is spooksville!

Double laughs for me: I was a bookseller for years before stumbling into the wine business. Thanks for the light relief on a Monday that has so far contained much tediousness.

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