This series follows the misadventures of Joan Warner, a top business executive as she battles the sexual politics of big business and the general ineptness of her staff. She is aided in her...
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When Mr. Humphries takes over as head of the mens-wear department at Bone Brothers in Australia, his character and experiences remain exactly the same as it was behind the counter in Grace ... See full summary »
This series follows the misadventures of Joan Warner, a top business executive as she battles the sexual politics of big business and the general ineptness of her staff. She is aided in her struggle to balance motherhood, her career and her "mad Italian maid" by her faithful male secretary Graham Jones. Written by
Jonathan Ruskin <JonRuskin@aol.com>
The show only lasted a few episodes but John Inman (a man deserving of his own British honor where it is an M.B.E.,O.B.E, C.B.E, or even Knighthood) is worth it playing the role of Mr. Jones, a secretary to an professional executive woman played by Rula Lenska. One of the joys is Miriam Margolyes O.B.E. in the role as Maria, the Italian housekeeper. She is wonderful in this role. The theme song is quite catchy. John Inman has been out long before Ian McKellen and he is quite well known for the obvious reasons. He is a comedic genius. After watching for years on Are You Being Served?, he chews the scenery easily. It is time for John Inman to get something for his contributions to entertainment over the decades. People who have done less have gotten something so please award John Inman. One queen surely deserves to meet Queen Elizabeth II. John Inman M.B.E. sounds great doesn't it?
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