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This English sitcom is about Terry, Gary, James and Patrick, four Londoners who remained best friends and confidants past their sexual prime, married or even divorced, some with children, but still with a natural appetite for the ladies, no longer physically first choice but disposing of sufficient means (financial and socially, as they are successful in their respective professions) to be quite attractive; alas the wisdom of experience often proves somewhat illusory. Written by
I tried to watch all of the episodes of this show last year when they aired it on bbc prime, and thought that it was truly delicious! Why delicious? Because us guys, we are what we are, be it at 14, 24 or 54. It was a great insight to what will happen to us, and how our friendships and relationships and how we might develop in the next 30 years.
Havers and Head were always supreme, and I could start to understand Haver's characters obsession with trying to get along with the youth even though I am only 25.
For those who like to watch real stories, much like a nick hornby novel, with warmth and humor, this is a must.
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