After the Boyces' dog unearths an unexploded grenade on farm land other relics from World War Two are found, leading Boycie to entertain the idea of opening his own military museum. At the ... See full summary »

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After the Boyces' dog unearths an unexploded grenade on farm land other relics from World War Two are found, leading Boycie to entertain the idea of opening his own military museum. At the same time Cliff Cooper arrives from America on a nostalgic visit. In 1971,when he was an air force sergeant, he was billeted at the Boyces' home,and is happy to re-visit his old haunts. Boycie is happy to rub shoulders with the wealthy head of a cookie business and takes him to the pub,where it is revealed that in his day Cliff was one for the ladies and fathered a child locally. Could it be one of Boycie's farm hands? Written by don @ minifie-1

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NORM! visits Boycie
23 December 2016 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

George Wendt clearly has an affinity with British Comedy, having previously appeared in a 'Birds of a Feather' Christmas special. Here though he goes very rural, popping up in the third and sadly final Christmas special of the 'Only Fool's spin off 'The Green Green Grass'.

It's a good episode, of course it is, John Sullivan was back writing it. Which farmhand is George's character the Daddy of? That's the big question.

I wouldn't say it was the best special the show did, it's a little slow in places, but Wendt's natural charm and delivery, honed beautifully over 11 seasons of 'Cheers' make up for it.

'From here to Paternity' was the best 'Green Green Grass' special, but this is a close second.


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