At her twentieth wedding anniversary Helen Barker discovers that her headmaster neighbour Jeremy, married to severe G.P. Harriet, is in love with her, her younger brother Marcus, married to Imelda, ...
Helen throws Tony out and he moves in with Nicole, becoming her glorified baby-sitter. Bizarrely,Helen is joined in her house by Felix Nash, a handsome young screen actor over whom she fantasises and...
Whilst Imelda has second thoughts and chickens out of her date with D.I. Short, Marcus gets down to it in the stationery cupboard with work colleague Andrew. Helen resists Jeremy's advances to cook a...
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James Cellan Jones
I have just seen the DVD, as I totally missed it when it was on the telly, and it's quite a normal run of the mill type comedy drama, with the added twist of the lead character's favourite soap star turning up because he is in a coma in Australia ?! This seemed as if it was going to get interesting but it was never gone into, we just had to accept it. A bit like the Life On Mars plot except it wasn't in a different time zone. Strange...... Quite enjoyable nonetheless, with the son doing all manner of things to the neighbourhood ladies, and the neighbour who thinks he's gay, and the headmaster, and the brother who wants to kill the son etc.
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