This series takes an intimate yet humorous take on the trials and tribulations of a family living in Walworth, south-east London. Childhood sweethearts Roly Crouch and Natalie have been ... See full summary »
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This series takes an intimate yet humorous take on the trials and tribulations of a family living in Walworth, south-east London. Childhood sweethearts Roly Crouch and Natalie have been married for 18 years. With two demanding teenagers, Aiden and Adele, plus live-in parents, Langley and Sylvie, the pressure on the Crouch household sometimes reaches boiling point. Written by
This sitcom is one of the first all black sitcoms in Britain a kind of UK equivilent to 'The cosby show'. The acting from Rudolph Walker (Eastenders,the thin Blue line) and Mona Hammond (Eastenders,Babyfather) is great and they're very talented actors - The rest of the cast are down right terrible especially Jo Martin as Natalie Crouch who could easily take on Liz Hurley as the worst British Actress in our generation, But more importantly the jokes just aren't funny! This could easily have been a Family sitcom if it weren't for countless F-WORDS and sexual inuendo which adds nothing to the show expect perhaps moving it to 10.30 at night when most people are in bed
Avoid this sitcom and watch the hilarious 'My Family' instead
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