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A story of several people living in England not all are related however all are closely intertwined with each other. This programme highlights personal problems and challenges that need be overcome by people of different ages.
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I stumbled upon this sitcom purely by accident as I walked into the room my boyfriend was watching it in and it is without a doubt one of the best (if not the best) sitcom I have ever had the privilege of watching. Rarely have I found something that makes me laugh out loud so much.
The writing is clever, quick and incredibly witty. Each sub story intertwine brilliantly with each other and their little quirks and moments of insanity work and gel together perfectly. Daniel Mays is a delight to watch (esp his break dancing) and who knew Duncan from Blue would pull off the performance of a Bond villain so well. Also Nigel Harman and Steve John Shepherd are great and not too terrible on the eyes either.
This is a smart, witty, intelligent and hilarious comedy that will appeal to everyone. I cant recommend it highly enough to anyone who wants to have a good laugh!!
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