In a clip show to celebrate the show's hundredth edition Susan and Ben try to help Kenzo with a school project about his family by recalling some of their past exploits. Janey and Michael ... See full summary »

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Susan Harper (as Zoe Wanamaker in closing credits)
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In a clip show to celebrate the show's hundredth edition Susan and Ben try to help Kenzo with a school project about his family by recalling some of their past exploits. Janey and Michael use the project to snipe at each other and Kenzo ends up bored by the whole experience. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Happy 100th to the Harpers
11 February 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Having done a flashback episode to celebrate 50 episodes, 'My Family' repeats the trick for its 100th. While the show wasn't at the same level of quality at this stage, this is an enjoyable enough episode.

After the first flashback episode had focused heavily on the brilliant moments featuring stand-out (and much missed) character, Nick, this one quite rightly aims to show how the sitcom carried on without him, so there are a lot more clips from series 6-9.

Although not at the same standard as it had been at 50, 'My Family' was still entertaining enough by its 100th episode, if not as consistent. There are though some funny moments in this episode, both in the brief bits of new material, and in the clips.


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