Simon and Liz go to the office for Saturday overtime and encounter two burglars, Dingo and his nephew Brendan, who are going to rob the shop below. Derek and new bit on the side Harriet turn up, as ...
Simon discovers that Samantha has been missing Wednesday afternoons from school, telling the teacher that she is going to see a child psychiatrist. In fact she is going to matinées of Hamlet, because...
Derek moves into the office because of spiders at home. Samantha rows with Simon after he has chided her for coming in late and she moves in with Nell though, when Nell has a visitor, she also moves ...
Weekly situation comedy about a hapless but caring teacher and his class of unruly kids. The teacher sees much good and potential in his pupils much to the dismay of his fellow teachers who... See full summary »
George and Mildred Roper are forced to leave their home in South Kensington (as the landlords in Man About the House (1973)) when they receive a compulsory purchase order from the council. ... See full summary »
'Me and My Girl' is one of those rare sitcoms that manages to be quite ordinary, yet funny. While it doesn't have the wackiness of most of the best British sitcoms, it is incredibly charming in it's own humble way. Unlike most shows of its genre, which have bratty children and over-indulgent parents, 'Me and My Girl' depicts an average family and is all the better for it. Richard O'Sullivan (Simon) and Joanne Ridley (Sam) work so well together, you'd swear they were a real father and daughter. Tim Brooke-Taylor as the hen-pecked Derek is hilarious and rather poignant. You want him to escape from under the jackboot of the never-seen Muriel, but it never happens! And Joan Sanderson plays the wonderfully strong mother-in-law Nell beautifully. This show is an under-appreciated gem, so if you're lucky enough to be able to catch repeats, do.
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