2point4 Children (1991–1999)
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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe 

Bill is left a heavy antique wardrobe and its content, a mink coat,by a deceased aunt. Though opposed in principle to fur coats she cannot resist trying it on but when Jenny comes in she ... See full summary »

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Belinda Lang ...
Gary Olsen ...
Ben
Julia Hills ...
Clare Buckfield ...
John Pickard ...
Kim Benson ...
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the Auctioneer
Natalie Wright ...
Jackie
Charles Simon ...
the Elderly Man
Chris Armstrong ...
Rod
Abigail Clarke ...
the Baby
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Bill is left a heavy antique wardrobe and its content, a mink coat,by a deceased aunt. Though opposed in principle to fur coats she cannot resist trying it on but when Jenny comes in she hides in the wardrobe - which is promptly taken to an auction. Bill manages to escape but walks straight into an anti-fur demonstration headed by Jenny. Ben,suffering from menopausal depression,goes missing whilst Rona,disappointed to learn that her pregnancy symptoms are actually diabetes,finds an abandoned baby in the hospital grounds. Written by don @ minifie-1

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19 December 1996 (UK)  »

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Absolute classic
3 September 2015 | by (Swansea, United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This is one of my all time favourite episodes of the show.

Bill's mum rings up telling her a family member has died and left her something. A wardrobe arrives, with a blank mink fur coat hidden inside. Ben is still suffering a bit of depression after his birthday, and Bill decides to put a bit of spark back with a number in the fur coat.

I used to love 2.4 Children, and I think this is the episode I remember most fondly. So so funny, especially the Auctioning of the wardrobe and the appearance of Bill.

I always love a comedy when it has fun and sadness. Bill and Ben provide the humour, Rona provides the sadness, normally the funny character she gets to show a different side of her character.

Fantastic 10/10


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