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Roger & Val Have Just Got In 

Comedy drama about the day to day lives of husband and wife, Roger and Val. After they've just got in from work.



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Series cast summary:
 Val Stephenson 12 episodes, 2010-2012
 Roger Stephenson 12 episodes, 2010-2012


Comedy drama about the day to day lives of husband and wife, Roger and Val. After they've just got in from work.

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Excellent, a modern masterpiece
17 March 2012 | by See all my reviews

Contrary to the review made by rduddridge I can honestly say that is one of the finest comedies ever to grace British television, and by 'finest' I also mean with regards to the delicately subtle attention to detail throughout. Human behaviour is difficult enough to nail down in one person, let alone in the dynamic and complex boundaries of a loving marriage, yet Roger & Val convinces us straight away that these two people have known each other for a very long time. Having watched both series (so far just the two) I would say that the first slightly betters the second mainly because of the slow reveal and revelation that became more apparent as the series went on, though, again, this was handled so cleverly and subtly that it genuinely creeped up on me. Aside from that both series maintained a consistently intriguing insight into this couple's lives. Dawn French has finally found the space to flex her real acting muscles, having been hidden beneath her masterful comedy work for so long, and Alfred Molina has been given this opportunity to explode, albeit quietly, into the world of TV comedy with his spot-on timing. A gem, and one of my new favourite comedies.

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