Good Neighbors (1975–1978)
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The Pagan Rite 

Tom's former employer, instructs Jerry to invite the Good's to a dinner party. Sir Andrew tries to entice back to work by offering freelance work. After initially saying no Tom reconsiders ... See full summary »

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Tom's former employer, instructs Jerry to invite the Good's to a dinner party. Sir Andrew tries to entice back to work by offering freelance work. After initially saying no Tom reconsiders the offer in the wake of an intimate discussion with Barbara. Tom scheming nearly comes undone as Barbara discovers part of Tom's secret and what it will mean for her Written by Chapman_glen@yahoo.com

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9 May 1975 (UK)  »

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When Sir cannot remember her name, Barbara introduces herself as "Fatima." Sir also refers to Tom as "Tim." See more »

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[first lines]
Tom: Did you know the surinam toad has got a pointed head?
Barbara: What brought that up?
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References The Sound of Music (1965) See more »

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Let's Do It (Let's Fall In Love)
Written by Cole Porter
Performed by Richard Briers and Moyra Fraser
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Tom hides a secret from Barabra...and she finds out!!!
17 August 2006 | by (Coventry, England) – See all my reviews

Tom and Brabara are invited to Jerry and Margo's for dinner and drinks, at which it becomes apparent that this has been organised by 'Sir' with the idea of persuading Tom to accept some freelance work. Once again Tom refuses.

However, after a cosy fireside chat, where Barbara confesses to missing some of the niceties her previous lifestyle gave, Tom feels aggrieved that he cannot provide for his wife to the extent he once did, and slyly decides to accept 'Sirs' offer to pay for a surprise for his wife...a weekend in a posh hotel.

Barbara finds out about Tom's deceit and believes he has already compromised his new principles, especially as they are now starting to feel the bite of debt and poverty, their new way of life has brought about.

She believes he has only accepted the work to get them out of the financial mire and therefore failed in their quest for self sufficiency

Can Tom convince her that, this was all done for the right reasons?


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