Good Neighbors: Season 2, Episode 4

The Day Peace Broke Out (2 Jan. 1976)
"The Good Life" The Day Peace Broke Out (original title)

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A series of thefts of the Good's leek crop leads to Tom taking drastic measures to stop his livelihood being destroyed. His actions lead to a series of events that leave Tom in a very difficult situation.

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A series of thefts of the Good's leek crop leads to Tom taking drastic measures to stop his livelihood being destroyed. His actions lead to a series of events that leave Tom in a very difficult situation.

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The judge mentions that Tom shot the leek thief (Harry) in the left buttocks, but when Harry says that the pellet did hurt, he starts to reach down for his right buttock. See more »

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Barbara Good: Tom! Lunch is ready.
Tom Good: Coming!
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References Good Neighbors: Say Little Hen... (1975) See more »

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Music by Richard Rodgers
Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
Performed by Penelope Keith
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Is Tom Good public enemy Number One?
19 August 2006 | by (Coventry, England) – See all my reviews

Tom Good is anxious.

Some body is stealing Leeks from his front garden. Not just one or two, whoever it is is taking them by the armful.

After suspecting everybody from his own wife to Margo Leadbetter next door, Tom realises that the only way to find the culprit is to catch the blackguard red handed.

When in the middle of the night his free fingered friend appears and starts to rip Leeks from his front garden, Tom is waiting with pellet pistol in hand ready to give the nocturnal vegetable thief what for, which he does in his left buttock.

However when the leak thief presses charges against Tom for common assault our gardening gangster is 'hauled up before the beak' and sent to 'the ville' for refusing to be bound over.

Tom's principles seem to have landed him in very hot water. Is it time for him to compromise them for the sake of his freedom?


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