Known as the inivibles, in the 1980s Maurice Riley and Syd Woolsey, were master burglars. But now they have retired with their spouses to the Spanish Mediterranean coast. Homesick, they ...
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After a job goes wrong for them Syd and Mo flee to the refuge of the Huthwaites' pub with the police in hot pursuit. Unfortunately, Hedley's method of buying time is to tell the officers that he and ...
Mo becomes concerned when Barbara strikes up a very full acquaintance with Peter Rackham, the ultra-charming leading light at the local Golf Club, who is taking a particular interest in a bracelet Mo...
Known as the inivibles, in the 1980s Maurice Riley and Syd Woolsey, were master burglars. But now they have retired with their spouses to the Spanish Mediterranean coast. Homesick, they return to England and settle in the fishing village of Devon. Circumstances compel the team to pick up their old trade. Written by
This show is very well written and I do love the score of the show. The stories do have a lot of humor and drama at the same time, it feels like real life sometimes. I wished there would be more shows with such an emotional touch and still taking the viewer on a funny ride. I recommend this series to everyone who loves to laugh and to experience British humor. The show tells the story of two elderly guys lol - they were formerly known as The Invisibles (robbers) and are now retired. The six episodes are telling a really believable story of these two guys, how they cope with the things that life handed them on a plate. Maurice (Anthony Head, very well know as Giles in Buffy - The Vampire Slayer) and his wife life together, she has no idea about him being still in action. Syd (Warren Clarke, known for his role as Dim in A Clockwork Orange) lives alone and his son causes the two to give up their retirement and start all over with the Invisibles.
Well so the story begins.
I love the show.
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