Donold falls in love with a woman he met while on holiday and George is feeling very jealous of it, even though he has his pride and denies it, so he does everything he can to split them up but does ...
[Reading from an encyclopedia]
Tea: A refreshing drink made from the leaves of an Indian bush.
[Goes to table and shoves a houseplant into the teapot]
Right, I'll just wait for that to get hot and wet.
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My family regard "Mr Don and Mr George" as one of the funniest programs ever, and I find it hard to understand how little success it achieved. Admittedly, the humour is very quirky, and often surreal, but I've seen little, before or since, that was just so funny it made you ache with laughter. The chemistry between Hunter and Doherty is perfect. With a low-budget set, and few other actors involved, it had to be. And this is one of its charms - no expensive production or smart locations - just two brilliant, and incredibly funny men playing it for all it's worth. Had it gone out on BBC1, I reckon it would have been massive. Anyway, we were fortunate enough to purchase the two VHS tapes (3 episodes each) during the short time they were available, but we've now virtually worn them out. I don't suppose these gems will ever make it onto DVD, but we can always hope. A true comedy classic if ever there was one.
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