Colin and Howie are constantly feuding best friends who marry sisters Jackie and Pauling turning them into brothers-in-law. Can their relationships survive their feuding as it seems they will stop and nothing to outdo each other.
Francis Urquhart is too experienced a politician not to know that everything must end, even his long career as British prime minister. In order to secure his retirement and establish ... See full summary »
Francis Urquhart, unscrupulous but cunning Conservative politician, managed to become the British prime minister and crush all significant opposition. But his survival on the top is ... See full summary »
Re-united after 50+ years apart, Celia and Alan decide to marry. At age 16, Alan's late wife failed to pass on his letter with apology for missing first date and forwarding address. Both now have daughters with lover troubles.
Francis Urquhart is the chief whip of the Conservative party. When Margaret Thatcher resigns as leader, he remains neutral and after a general election where the conservatives are returned ... See full summary »
There's nothing wrong with my sperm.
[funeral guests turn round and stare]
They're just like him - big lazy buggers. They should be whizzing about all over the place. Instead of which they're lying on the sofa watching Match of the Day.
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This series just gets better. Again, like the second one, the treasure hunt, it is full of new ideas. OK you got to have the story running with the characters but the plots are new. Maurices Mother in law has died. And, to claim the items he wants, his wife puts him through the mill and they go to North Yorkshire, along with the rest of the Booze Cruisers. Again, things don't go easy and poor Maurice is being mad a prat of by everyone again. I wont say no more, buy this DVD set.
Neil Person is on top form again. and Maurice is at the end of most of his school boy antics. If you only ever buy one more DVD set, buy this one. I cant stop watching them.
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