The self-centred, egocentric Gary Prince, the man who always knows he is right, has successfully converted his career as a famous, popular England international football star into a ...
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Gordon Brittas is the manager of the Whitbury-Newtown Leisure Centre. Despite his ambition and good intentions, everything seems to go wrong when he's around, despite the best efforts of ... See full summary »
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The self-centred, egocentric Gary Prince, the man who always knows he is right, has successfully converted his career as a famous, popular England international football star into a business and financial entrepreneur. His next more difficult challenge is to convert this new found success into a knighthood much to the annoyance of his long suffering wife and employees. Written by
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I was just lying on my bed thinking of things to do today and I remembered this Sitcom. I watched several episodes not because it was in the least bit funny, I just could not believe how bad it was! Chris Barrie was truly brilliant in red Dwarf and Brittas, this really must have been the low point of his career, not one scene had the slightest glimmer of humor. This sitcom is best buried forever or used to torture criminals or something. The only TV series I can compare it with was a series called "Trouble and Strife". That is the only other one I can ever think of totally devoid of any humor. That was canned after one series also.
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