Watched one of my unwatched DVDs last night! Wow! This was How To Irritate People
. By the way, it's definitely worth reading the review on the page I've just linked to; the amusement in the review comes from the misspelling of "Definitely" as "Defiantly". The DVD of How To Irritate People is itself intended to be irritating. Its back and front covers are the wrong way around, its initial menu takes the piss out of you before you're allowed to watch the feature, and the only "extras" consist of a credits roll for the DVD production (yawn) and a 4 minute interview with the producer of the original show - Sir David Frost - who must have been told to drone on for four minutes and make it sound as dull as possible.
It's an entertaining DVD nonetheless. Taken in context - i.e. post-satire pre-python anarchic comedy of 1968 - it's priceless. If that doesn't help, then just be thankful to have the opportunity of enjoying watching Connie Booth in the prime of her youth.
As I promised myself earlier, I'm now trying to shift some spare DVDs. Check out my ebay auction