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Series cast summary:
 Nancy Belasco (7 episodes, 1994)
Caroline Harker ...
 Lucy Courtney (7 episodes, 1994)


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England's revenge on America!
28 January 2005 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

American shows are notorious for including supposedly 'British' characters played by American actors making appalling attempts at an accent. (Think Anthony La Paglia in 'Frasier'...) TV pundit Victor Lewis-Smith once described Honey for Tea as 'Britain's revenge'. Felicity Kendal plays a pushy American mom desperate to get her son into a posh boarding school, and her accent is so bad it makes you want to cut your ears off. The woman sounds like she's never even heard of America, let alone come from there. The atrocity of Kendal's accent caused a critical slating, but it disguised the fact that the show itself was badly scripted and horribly unfunny. Not surprisingly, this didn't get a second series.

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