President Gilcrest and his trophy wife are living in the White House, with their overachieving daughter sidetracked by pregnancy, a couch potato hopeless son, a genius young son, and an odd middle school girl.
On the death of their father Joshua, siblings Eli and Nellie Pledge inherit the family business, Pledge's Purer Pickles, at Colne, Lancashire, in the north of England. Their faithful ... See full summary »
Ed (Edward Hogg) is at a crossroads in his life. In his early thirties, his unrewarding job in a call centre is getting more and more frustrating, while his career as a stand-up is not ... See full summary »
The previous comment just shows how this brilliant comedy show was completely misunderstood . The participants had a no holds barred attitude which fired jokes at all groups in society . Irish , Blacks , Asians and even mothers-in-law were mercilessly laughed at through these shows . A typical example of the British quality of being able to laugh at yourself.
Many narrow minded individuals saw this show as racist and bigoted and its popularity indicated that the content appealed to the majority of viewers. The onset of political correctness spelled its doom although the spin off Wheeltappers and Shunters social Club proved equally popular.
We long for those days back............
Oh and before you ask , I'm of Asian descent raised in Bradford during the 70's
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