When Lucy's parents,Wendy and Geoffrey,split,Geoffrey moves into the flat,banishing Lee to the couch. When Lucy suggests that Lee may have to move out if Geoffrey's stay is permanent and ... See full summary »

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When Lucy's parents,Wendy and Geoffrey,split,Geoffrey moves into the flat,banishing Lee to the couch. When Lucy suggests that Lee may have to move out if Geoffrey's stay is permanent and Daisy points out that Lee could win a place in Lucy's heart if he resolved the situation,Lee puts on his dancing shoes. The row was after all because Geoffrey refused to take Wendy ballroom dancing but,if he saw her trip the light fantastic with another man,he might get jealous enough to cut in. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Strictly come dancing meets The Jeremy Kyle show....
20 January 2016 | by (Swansea, United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Lucy receives some really upsetting news, her parents are separating, she's invited Geoffrey around to try and find out what's going on. Daisy chats with Lee and convinces him to intercede and put things right, the problem rests with ballroom dancing, Wendy wants to, Geoffrey doesn't. Lee has a man to man talk with Geoffrey, but his honesty makes Geoffrey want to move out from Wendy and make a clean break of it. Lee then speaks to Wendy and discovers there's more to it, Wendy's needs aren't being fulfilled. Lee agrees to take Wendy ballroom dancing.

First episode for Geoffrey Whitehead as Lucy's father, whilst I loved Timothy West, I feel Geoffrey was better suited to the character, his sarcasm and put downs of Lee are brilliantly done.

It's full of double entendres, as Lee said it's like a Carry on film, wonderfully funny once again.

Maximum innuendo 8/10


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