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This remains one of the best sit coms. It has it all - laugh out loud lines, pathos, an actual plot, excellent acting and very good scripts. It is easy to watch and so very enjoyable even after all these years.
Tracey and Sharon, with their neighbour Dorian have changed in attitude and especially size, over the years and have actually aged like real people. Their problems have altered slightly but the sisters are always short of money while Dorian seems to have more and more - usually. Tracey's boys add to the story while remaining as side plots.
This is a show you can sit down to for a truly enjoyable half hour that will ensure huge laughs, many smiles and some knowing nodding of head in agreement.
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