The British family from "Fresh Fields" (1984) moves to France. Episodes centre's around their adjustment to and difficulties dealing with French culture. Much humor is also derived from ... See full summary »
Popular British sitcom about a middle-aged, suburban couple, William and Hester Field. Hester is suffering 'empty-nest syndrome' after their two children have grown-up so she keeps trying to find new hobbies and interests.
Clive Langham (Sir John Gielgud) spends one tormenting night in his bed suffering from health problems and thinking up a story based on his relatives. He is a bitter man and he shows, ... See full summary »
In the year 1980 the Earth is threatened by an alien race who kidnap and kill humans and use them for body parts. A highly secret military organization is set up in the hope of defending ... See full summary »
One morning after a particularly wild party, Chrissy and Jo wake up to find Robin sleeping in their bath. He needs a place to live, they need a flatmate that can cook, so they decide to let... See full summary »
Comic goings on in this series set in an English holiday camp called Maplins. The title comes from the camp's greeting, which the staff are meant to say with enthusiasm but all too often ... See full summary »
Nan Gallagher, a television talk show host and single mother, needs some help to manage her house. She place an ad in the newspaper for a housekeeper. Robert Brentwood, an English butler, ... See full summary »
The producer tried to get Terry-Thomas to play a recurring character part in this series, but the latter's suffering from Parkinson's disease made it impossible for him to sign the contract. See more »
Two's Company has been shown recently on the WLIW in Long Island Thursday Nights after Waiting for God. It's actually a delightful surprise to see Elaine Stritch and Sir Donald Sinden in this show. Elaine was married to British writer during this time. She is so talented in many ways including singing the theme song. She appears to have fun with her character. While the character is an American expatriate, the show sometimes uses it unwisely. I am an American who love British television more than American television. In fact, I watch Waiting for God reruns rather than Friends. After all, Two's Company was produced by London Weekend Television. Sir Donald's Robert plays wonderfully to Elaine Stritch. We should be very proud of Miss Stritch's talent and success. She is still an American treasure from this show.
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