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Jacko is a house painter who "appreciates" women, he sees the best in each one of them and they in turn, like him. Will he find true love ? Will he settle down as he gets older ? Written by
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Brush strokes, a great lighthearted serial comedy following the life's of painter and decorator Jacko(Karl Howman), his friends and Lionel Bainbridge, in Motspur Park, South London. Jacko's a true ladies man, who never wants to settle down (thou he nearly does at the end of the second series). Great supporting cast especially the stunning Lesley Bainbridge played by kim Thompson,(series 1) and Erika Hoffman(Series 2-5). Always wanted Jacko to end up with her! Also pub landlord Elmo Putney(Howard Lewis) is a classic character always giving me a laugh, and who could forget Jacko's boss Lionel Bainbridge superbly portrayed by Gary Waldrom. Best episodes are in series 1 during the time Jacko's dating Lesley(of course!!) also when Elmo tries to impress Jacko's airline steward friend in series 1, and in series 2 when Elmo hires Lesley to work in the pub-QUALITY!!!!
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