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...
Alex is recently divorced, and Helen lost her fiance a year ago. Obviously, these two are definitely not ready to be dating again. So naturally, they end up in bed together one night. Oops.... See full summary »
This English sitcom is about Terry, Gary, James and Patrick, four Londoners who remained best friends and confidants past their sexual prime, married or even divorced, some with children, ... See full summary »
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
What a "Feel Good" show! This is just so entertaining, It's been a long time since I can tell the day of the week purely by counting down the days to the next episode! What a fantastic cast too with Jenny Augutter looking great and so "her". The rogues that the Invisibles are, you still can't help sympathising and backing them. If you haven't see it before, you haven't lived but don't worry, you can pick it up at anytime and know exactly whats going on. The Invisibles is finally a show where we are back to the good old days of simple family entertainment.
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