Margeret finds it hard to cope after the death of Victor, but what will she do when she is face to face with his killer?

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Margaret attends a church group for the bereaved,where she befriends Glynis,also recently widowed. Whilst visiting Glynis for drinks,Margaret stumbles upon press-cuttings of Victor's death and learns to her horror that her friend,drunk and reckless after her recent sad loss,is in fact the driver who killed Victor. He must be avenged. Written by don @ minifie-1

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20 November 2000 (UK)  »

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During his cameo near the end of the episode, cinematographer Geoff Harrison gets to be the only person in the series to utter the f-word on camera, as he can be seen saying "oh, fucking hell!" when Victor walks into the shot, although the dialogue is muted during the scene. See more »

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Referenced in Have I Got News for You: Episode #20.6 (2000) See more »

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Fantastic end to an almighty series.
20 February 2016 | by (Enfield) – See all my reviews

Watch from the beginning and I believe you will understand why this episode was the only way to end the show.

We hear that the context surrounding the show was also a decider with David Renwick and Richard Wilson both wanting to finish One Foot in the Grave.

A tragic but dark ending to an absolutely wonderful series that I can watch over and over again.

Annette Crosbie was absolutely fantastic in this. If you haven't seen this episode, grab some tissues and settle down for the final episode of One Foot in the Grave!


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