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I remember this as a truly great show.
john_heathers from Australia
8 December 2005
Although I saw this series around 1975 in Australia I still remember it
as a stand-out series. Revolving around Mr Moody and Miss Pegg, who
both buy the same flat from a scoundrel, who absconds with both
purchase sums, leaving our two characters at loggerheads arguing who
has legal ownership. With no money left after "purchase" they both move
into "their" flat. Their relationship develops over the 12 episodes,
slowly mutating from open hostility through various stages of angst to
ultimately genuine affection (non sexual).
Also I recall this series as providing a leg up for Tony Selby who
plays Sid, the slightly dodgy but very likable and warm hearted antique
dealer. Sid plays the foil to the anger of the main characters to each
other and their predicament. I remember this series for the wonderful
writing and acting from the whole cast. Although it is dated now I
recommend this as one of the best 10 TV series I have ever seen.
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