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I find it odd that people are raving about this show. What I can remember of it was turgid and predictable, but people profess to think it marvellous despite the fact that it has been practically 30 years since they saw it. Good memories or rose tinted spectacles. My guess would be the latter. Also most of the comments on this page are bemoaning the fact that this isn't repeated due to political correctness. It may also not be reproduced on DVD since it isn't exactly Fawlty Towers. They haven't had any problem putting Love Thy Neighbour out on satellite television but you will see that the appalling Mixed Blessings, about an interracial couple and the "hilarious" angry reaction of their families and the general public never sees the light of day. Stuff goes because its rubbish.
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