The adventures of four people who live next to each other somewhere in Athens. Spyros and his wife Dimitra on one apartment, and Vlassis with his gay friend Yannis on the other. Though they...
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The adventures of four people who live next to each other somewhere in Athens. Spyros and his wife Dimitra on one apartment, and Vlassis with his gay friend Yannis on the other. Though they are average people, these best friends can't stay out of trouble and get themselves in humorous situations all the time. Written by
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Lycabettus means "the one [the hill] that is walked by wolves", and derives from the term "lycos" (Greek for wolf). "Lycos" is the root of English words such as lycanthrope (werewolf) and lycanthropy. See more »
Starting in 1991, Aparadektoi had both great comic actors (who still appear in Greek television) and a really funny script and dialogue. The series ran for a couple of years before stopping. The story was about 4 friends living in a typical Greek flat in 1991. One is a couple and the other 2 are just friends (one is gay, which was quite a feat for Greece and Greek television in 1991). Other characters like the owner of the flat and others appear and add to the funny atmosphere and create various stories of typical Greek life in that time.
All in all, one of the best series of Greek television, ever.
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