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I enjoyed the weird tales of the ageing rock-star, his beautiful third wife, 'gormless' son and sophisticated yet mercenary butler. Played with tongue in cheek ribaldry. (some people who commented on this series do seem to take life very seriously) Purely for fun this series gives us a run of situations that occur to the millionaire and his household. The household is a palace or 'Great House' somewhere in the English countryside, and seems to have been purchased fully furnished completely at odds to the personalities now residing therein. 'Bloke's' main interests seem to be alcohol and his past fame, pretty much the usual for this ever-growing society of geriatric rock-stars (those that actually lived through the years of debauchery that is).
It's just fun and not for the serious minded or pedantic pseudo-critics.
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