Andy is an out-of-work layabout who only wants to have a drink and read the racing news. This leaves his long-suffering wife Flo as the sole breadwinner.
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Keith Marsh ...
George Waring ...
 Clifford 6 episodes, 1988
Keith Smith ...
Andy Mulligan ...
 Meredith 6 episodes, 1988
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 Pawnbroker 6 episodes, 1988
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 Mother-in-law 6 episodes, 1988
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 Mr. Watson 6 episodes, 1988
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Andy is an out-of-work layabout who only wants to have a drink and read the racing news. This leaves his long-suffering wife Flo as the sole breadwinner.

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Well worth a watch!
12 June 2012 | by See all my reviews

I don't know why the negative reviews.

I found this series enjoyable.

Certainly there are things that could be improved, but it's good, rollicking fun, all the same.

It's quite true to the original cartoons. The characters are good and the whole thing is very cartoon-like.

The pub/house and back garden scenes are superb.

Flo, with her curlers and rolling pin is excellent.

I'm an ex- pat living in Japan, and this really made a lovely change from all the American sit com crap!

This series is well worth a watch.


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