Terry is up in court for fighting in the pub with local lad Dougie Scaithe and is found guilty and is fined. Unaware that Terry and Dougie have patched it up, Bob confronts Dougie and also ... See full summary »

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Terry is up in court for fighting in the pub with local lad Dougie Scaithe and is found guilty and is fined. Unaware that Terry and Dougie have patched it up, Bob confronts Dougie and also gets into a fight with him, landing before the same magistrate who fined Terry. In the pub the likely lads argue over which is the better fighter and decide to have a practical demonstration. Unfortunately the magistrate just happens to be in the pub as well and witnesses their set-to. Written by don @ minifie-1

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2 April 1974 (UK)  »

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Brian and Jack fighting?
2 December 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Terry is up in front of the magistrates. He had a fight with Dougie Scase in a pub. He gets fined. Terry tells Bob that he is meeting Dougie down the pub for round two. At the pub Terry and Doug make it up. Terry goes to the toilet and Bob comes in. He tells Doug not to fight with Terry and tells Doug that he is a shocking violent man. This results in Doug and Bob in a punch up which leads to Bob in front of the magistrates, again the same magistrate as Terry had. In a pub, Bob and Terry discuss which one of them gave Doug the best fight. This results in an argument. To prove he is a tough man, Bob starts hitting Terry, Terry fights back and they start fighting in the pub. It just so happens that the magistrate who was in charge of both Bob and Terry's case was sat in the pub having a drink.

Alun Armstrong played Doug, he has done quite well for himself today in award winning plays such as "Bleak House" and "The Dinner Party", he played Spraggon in Clement and La Frenais's "Porridge". You guys are making it sound like Brian and Jack fighting each other in an episode of New Tricks


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