Lucy is moved by the sad stories told her by Pavel,the handsome Eastern European who mended her car,and in order to prevent his being deported back to cruel uncertainty in his homeland,... See full summary »

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Lucy is moved by the sad stories told her by Pavel,the handsome Eastern European who mended her car,and in order to prevent his being deported back to cruel uncertainty in his homeland,agrees to marry him. To Lee's horror, Geoffrey,Wendy and Tim all succumb to Pavel's account of his plight and uphold the idea of the wedding. Lee himself almost gives in too but comes up with a cunning plan that will save Pavel,make Barbara happy and keep Lucy free for him. Written by don @ minifie-1

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The end for Barbara, nearly...
16 January 2016 | by (Swansea, United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Lucy's car is in the garage, in the hands of sexy Eastern European mechanic Pavlov, after talk he tells Lucy she reminds him of his sister, now dead, a girl that stood up to her brutal government. Pavlov is soon to be deported, kind hearted Lucy agrees to marry him to he can stay in the Country. Tim and Lee disagree hugely with Lucy's decision, Tim goes to visit Pavlov at work, discovering he's a really nice bloke. Lee involves Lucy's parents, even they fall under Pavlov's charms, seemingly only Lee remains unmoved by his heartbreaking stories, until he meets him. Barbara steps in at the last minute to save the day.

Very slick dialogue throughout, this was brilliantly written with some hilarious gags.

Good bit of casting with Aleksandar Mikic, good actor and a very handsome chap. Timothy West and Deborah Grant once again prove to be a super effective combination.

It's so sad Miranda went out of the show, how much she deserved her own show, can't help feeling Not going out set her up nicely for Miranda.

Great episode. 8/10


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