Andrew has dropped a computer on his foot at work and comes home with it in a bandage,supported by Rula,a taxi driver,whom Peggy mistakes for his girl-friend. Deciding that he is not well and has to ...
Andrew invites Peggy's sister Marj to come and stay in the hopes that she can keep his mother company,thus allowing him more time with his girl-friend Wendy. Unfortunately the visit is not a success ...
Unable to work at home due to his mother's interruptions Andrew gets back in touch with Kate,his ex-wife,and decides to go out for a platonic evening with her. Lisa, a baby-sitter,is engaged to sit ...
Various mishaps at a police station in an English Hamlet. The main character is the anachronistic, yet charming and funny Inspector Fowler. CID foil to Fowler, Inspector Grim is a bumbling, seething idiot!
Arthur Beare is a 40 something son still living at home taking care of his senile mother Maggie. However no matter what he does he cannot seem to get ahead and is always coming unstuck, ... See full summary »
Follows Council Officer Gerald Wright, a man dedicated to the minimization of risk, even where no actual risk exists. If only Gerald were able to control his own life with the same ... See full summary »
Oh ha ha!! lets laugh our faces off at a little old lady that cannot even remember the most basic things. Why should we just laugh at the indignity of becoming old and senile so that you have to rely upon others to live.
The acting is of a high standard, with excellent Stephanie Cole as Peggy. She plays the part convincingly and does put a miniscule amount of humour into the show. Meera Syal is also entertaining as that moaning daughter-in-law Tina who always has a "meeeeeeeegraaaaaain!"
In overall a fine cast playing in a program which sadly peaked on pre-broadcast adverts.
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