Man About the House (1973–1976)
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Another Bride, Another Groom 

Chrissy and Norman's wedding day comes round,and Robin,against Jo's counsel,does not tell Chrissy he loves her. He has made a wonderful cake but,later,when drunk,destroys it,and has to come... See full summary »

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Richard O'Sullivan ...
Paula Wilcox ...
Sally Thomsett ...
Jo
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Brian Murphy ...
Doug Fisher ...
Norman Eshley ...
Leslie Sands ...
Daphne Oxenford ...
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Hilda Kriseman ...
Dennis Ramsden ...
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Chrissy and Norman's wedding day comes round,and Robin,against Jo's counsel,does not tell Chrissy he loves her. He has made a wonderful cake but,later,when drunk,destroys it,and has to come up with a second,less impressive substitute. George tries to keep the Ropers' invitations from Mildred because he wants to go to a darts match instead and Mildred is furious when she finds out. The knot is tied and Robin kisses the bride - very passionately,not that she seems to mind. The lads all but vandalize the car in which they think the happy couple are to drive off but it turns out to be Robin's father's. Written by don @ minifie-1

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7 April 1976 (UK)  »

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This was the final episode in the series. Two highly successful spin-off series, "Robin's Nest" and "George and Mildred" quickly followed . See more »

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Sad ending
19 October 2009 | by (London, United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

It's not that I didn't like this episode: all the parents are delirious, each one in their own way. I laughed about it, and it's become one of my favourite with time.

Larry and the "adventure" with the cake is good fun, though a bit predictable.

However, I think it's sad that Robin can't marry Chrissy in the end. I thought he was going to wreck the wedding at the court somehow and that he would run away with her, but nothing of that sort happened, which was really disappointing for me. Even the kiss in the middle of the reception, in front of all the speechless guests, shows that they have a chemistry between them, a certain kind of love and much more communication that Chrissy has (or ever will have) with Norman.

I don't understand why the script-writers didn't end the series with a happy ending which would have left me much more merry and interested.


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