Type
Scripted
Premiered
Oct. 2002
Status
Completed/Ended
Runtime
30 min.
Country
UK
Network
BBC TWO TV Network
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Still Game (UK)

Lovable old codgers Jack and Victor are always ready for adventure, and always game for a laugh. Between them they prove that growing old is about more than just a free bus pass. Jack and Victor share their adventures with the rest of their friends from the Craiglang estate. These including local gossip Isa, straight-talking shop keeper Navid, angry Winston and miserly Tam.

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TV Special: Live Aired: Nov. 07, 2014

Jack decides to watch his daughter's wedding vow renewal from the comfort of the clansman.

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Completed/Ended
The show had 7 seasons and 45 episodes air between 2002 and 2014.

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  • Still Game began as a skit on Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill's comedy skit show Chewin' the Fat. The skit comprised of Jack, Victor, Winston and Tam sitting in their favorite pub singing…
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    Still Game began as a skit on Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill's comedy skit show Chewin' the Fat. The skit comprised of Jack, Victor, Winston and Tam sitting in their favorite pub singing inappropriate songs.
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  • The items in most of the sets (other than the Clansman and Harrid's store) comprised of vintage items bought from second-hand stores, auction houses and charity shops as it was impossible to…
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    The items in most of the sets (other than the Clansman and Harrid's store) comprised of vintage items bought from second-hand stores, auction houses and charity shops as it was impossible to get vintage style furniture other than having it recreated.
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  • For the first three series of Still Game the creators used Scottish words and spellings (for example: 'Faimly'). As Series 4 was shown in England and Wales too, from that point on standard…
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    For the first three series of Still Game the creators used Scottish words and spellings (for example: 'Faimly'). As Series 4 was shown in England and Wales too, from that point on standard English was used to title episodes. This was done to help national audiences better understand the titles. Additionally, the later series, characters use notably less Scottish slang and terminology. Presumably again, this was done to make the show more accessible to national audiences.
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