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John
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Jane / Margory
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Raymond
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Stella / Elsbeth
Peter Richardson ...
Clive
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Barrister
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Transvestite
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Celestina (as Steve O'Donnel)
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Waitress
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Handsome Man
Thomas Arklie ...
Fantasy Man
Tim Raynham ...
Sophisticated Man (as Tim Raynam)
Robbie Stevens ...
Sophisticated Man
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Singer at Piano
Alan Thompson-Jones ...
Judge (as Alan Thompson Jones)
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Despite trying to cure himself with a hypnosis tape John Pettigrew is insanely jealous of his wife Jane Margory and convinced she is having an affair with her handsome water aerobics instructor. Seeing a name and number in her diary he follows her in drag,only to find it is a transvestite club she is covering as a journalist and where he is embarrassingly chatted up. In the event his suspicions are correct but the proof comes as a cost. Written by don @ minifie-1

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27 May 1993 (UK)  »

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The six stars are strictly for Capaldi only

This half-hour comedy sketch can perhaps best be described as a condensed "Fortysomething" with Capaldi in the Hugh Laurie role, and if you've seen "Fortysomething" and found it as painfully stupid as I did you'll know what I mean. But just as Capaldi was able to bring something genuinely compelling and even moving to the maniacal Dr. Pilfrey in "Fortysomething," he's able to find a third dimension to the two-dimensional slapstick bobo doll he plays in "Jealousy" that makes him genuinely funny, even sexy. And I'm not just talking about the notorious shower scene. The unique manly charms of Capaldi are still as evident now that he's a seasoned silver fox as they were when he was still the chestnut-fleeced lamb you see here.


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