Respectable British sitcom from Independent Television about the middle-class in their middle-age. Short-lived (26 episodes) but much admired, the sitcom was all about the simple ... See full summary »
Audrey fforbes-Hamilton is sad when her husband dies but is shocked when she realises that she has to leave Grantleigh Manor where her family has lived forever. The new owner is Richard De ... See full summary »
When Tessa Piggott goes through a messier breakup than most (her married ex-lover and ex-boss left her for a younger mistress), she looks for a new job. Deciding to leave the rat-race, she ... See full summary »
A talk show hosted by the famous (at the time) puppet Madame, voiced by Wayland Flowers. The format of the show was similar to most other talk shows of the day, with interviews, comedy ... See full summary »
Find a happy place...find a happy place... For heaven's sake will you please turn the damn laugh-track off!!! What the hell was that? What did NBC do to make the American public deserve this garbage? My ears are still bleeding almost 24 hours later! It was a Thursday night too, I was always ready to be entertained with their line-up. This was torture! Geneva Convention breaking torture! I didn't even watch "Friends" and I knew they were trying to rip them off! It wasn't even listed on the schedule, so when it started I thought maybe it was a skit-comedy show because of the overwhelming use of canned laughter. The girls are cute, but that can only take you so far. I noticed the IMDb has this show as "2009". I can only hope they bury this "thing" so deep in a salt-mine that it will never be seen again. Better yet the Marianas Trench, or a deep space probe will do. Just not on TV.
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