Just finished rewatching it. Along with The Office and Peep Show, I think it must be one of the top three British comedies of the past decade. Brilliant performances, spot-on production, and a wonderful central premise. I still have all the DVD extras and in-character commentaries to get through as well, which is great.
However, I started watching Man to Man With Dean Learner on 4OD yesterday, and it wasn't the same AT ALL.
"I know a lot of writers who use subtext, and they're all cowards."