In order to impress two arty friends of Lucy, Fliss and Toby, Lee claims to have an Open University degree in Art and a knowledge of the subject. When Barbara tells him about a promising ... See full summary »

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In order to impress two arty friends of Lucy, Fliss and Toby, Lee claims to have an Open University degree in Art and a knowledge of the subject. When Barbara tells him about a promising young Polish sculptor, who is bound to be big, Lee persuades Lucy to buy some of his work for an exhibition but nobody buys it as he not popular after all, just somebody for whom Barbara cleans - and then Barbara herself accidentally breaks the sculptures. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Lee and Lucy venture into the Art world, with crazy consequences.
14 January 2016 | by (Swansea, United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Lucy's having a civilised evening in, entertaining two of Guy's upper class friends Toby and Fliss, both brokers. They've taken to Lucy, but definitely not impressed by Lee's Northern humour. The pair are offering Lucy advice on her new business venture, art dealing. Lee makes out that he did a degree in Eastern European art back in the 90's, Lee's invited along to an Art exhibition along with Guy, Lucy, Fliss and Toby, and loaded with information from Barbara he makes a splash. Foolishly, Lucy's even taken Lee's advice and picked up a flat full of an unknown Polish artist's work. The one person you don't want near art is Barbara!

Nice to see an episode with Lucy and Lee get on a little bit, his irritation with Guy once again was quite funny. Guy seems to have Lee's measure too, no fool he isn't taken in by Lee's double handed jokes.

Good old slapstick humour mixed with smart writing, well made. 8/10


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