Penelope Keith plays Helen Walker, a 41-year-old who runs a building firm. Helen falls in love with Peter Morgan and becomes pregnant with his child. Issues between the two arise due to ... See full summary »
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 Dr. Ballantine 5 episodes, 1983
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 Arthur Poole 5 episodes, 1983
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 Ken Green 3 episodes, 1983
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Penelope Keith plays Helen Walker, a 41-year-old who runs a building firm. Helen falls in love with Peter Morgan and becomes pregnant with his child. Issues between the two arise due to their age difference. Helen is 16 years older than Peter, hence the title "Sweet Sixteen". Written by Chessica Moon

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Helen Morgan: I'm going to have a baby.
Peter Morgan: What do you want a baby for?
Helen Morgan: I don't. Well I mean, I didn't. Now I do.
Peter Morgan: It's about as clear as one of your memos. Don't, didn't and do.
Helen Morgan: I wont be asking you to marry me.
Peter Morgan: Well, that's a great relief. I thought I was about to be your next...
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Interesting, Seldom Seen Britcom
28 May 2005 | by See all my reviews

This Britcom made it's US debut not long after it's UK one..after all, it lasted only six episodes! My local PBS station reported (because, having seen only six, we were clamoring for MORE) that the Brits didn't accept Penelope Keith in the role of the pregnant older woman and the series was halted after six.

I run a chatlist for fans of Ms. Keith and one of her "other" series, The Good Life/Good Neighbors. Many of my members have only heard of Sweet 16. It's not available on video nor on DVD, and with only six episodes total, it's almost never seen in repeats. Pity because it really is a well done program. If by chance your PBS station decides to air it, by all means watch!


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