Ian has recently eloped with country girl Lisa. The have moved from London back to her hometown Snowle, and comedy ensues.
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 Ian Lyons (12 episodes, 1998-1999)
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 Lisa Lyons (12 episodes, 1998-1999)
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 Helen Yardley (11 episodes, 1998-1999)
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 Astley Yardley (10 episodes, 1998-1999)
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 Dean Yardley (9 episodes, 1998-1999)
Jasper Holmes ...
 John (9 episodes, 1998-1999)
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 Derek Few (8 episodes, 1998-1999)
Will Barton ...
 Gavin (8 episodes, 1998-1999)
Gary Sefton ...
 Phil / ... (8 episodes, 1998-1999)
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 Pam Yardley (7 episodes, 1998-1999)
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 Norriswood (6 episodes, 1998-1999)
Philippa Stanton ...
 Jill (5 episodes, 1998-1999)
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Ian has recently eloped with country girl Lisa. The have moved from London back to her hometown Snowle, and comedy ensues.

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Beautiful and Unique
19 January 2002 | by (Glasgow) – See all my reviews

"How do you want me?" was one of these programmes that grow on you from week to week, slowly and imperceptibly. It hardly even qualifies as comedy, since there are so few laughs. It's about people, and real life, and coping, and making the best of a total muddle: how we all flail about through life, not really knowing what it's all about, or why we're doing it. The tenderness at the heart of it was Charlotte Coleman. Every time she was on screen, you felt that life was worth living, because this is what it's about: finding those intimate moments, when all the bulls*** doesn't matter, because you know you're in the presence of someone who cares.

The Dylan Moran character is all bluff and bluster, and Charlotte is the port in the storm, for once playing a grounded and stable character. I, for one, will remember her most for this role, rather than her more off-the-wall efforts, because after the life she lived, it seems that she would really have been happy to lead that settled kind of life. The news of her tragic death at the age of 33 touched me in a way that felt like she was a friend. She always made you feel like hugging her.


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