In this sequel to "Second Thoughts", Faith Greyshott is newly single and looking forward to enjoying it. However, her daughter Hannah ruins her plans by suddenly returning from traveling the world and moves back in with her.
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Surreal black comedy about an assortment of odd characters trapped in an asylum, in a quiet English countryside. It is run by staff whose sanity is decidedly suspect, as proved by their ... See full summary »
Had this series on tape from its first airing as a fan of Mathews/Linehan and Simon Pegg and rewatched all six episodes recently and found it to be great.
Father Ted was too hard an act to follow and maybe the premise of a group of hippies didn't capture the zeitgeist of the time but compared to a lot of the so- called 'comedy' around today - and in the past - this is a treasurable gem.
The spirit of Neil from the Young Ones is evoked in the hippy adventures that take place and it's a chance to gaze upon the pre-Spaced Peggster in all his youthful glory.
Underrated and deserving of more than one series - this comedy troupe could have been involved in a Blackadder type comedic study of other social groups in subsequent six episode series.
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