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I remember watching Birds of a Feather years ago with my Dad; I loved it then and I still do. It shows on cable here in Australia and sometimes on late night ABC.
The characters of this show are what keep it going; Linda Robson and Pauline Quirke are brilliant and believable as sisters Tracy and Sharon and Leslie Joseph is hilarious as their aging man eating neighbor, Dorian.
Not only interesting and funny, but the plot is filled with sentiment. The friendship between Sharon and Dorian is probably the funniest. But it's also very nice to see them helping each other sometimes too.
This show is hilarious and the characters are original and believable. I could watch this series over and over again.
HURRY UP AND RELEASE IT ON DVD!!!
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