My Family (2000–2011)
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A Night Out 

Susan and Janey go out on a hen night only to find that the bride has been dumped, though when Susan persuades the groom to come and talk it over, it looks as if she may have had a lucky ... See full summary »

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Susan Harper (as Zoe Wanamaker in closing credits)
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Susan and Janey go out on a hen night only to find that the bride has been dumped, though when Susan persuades the groom to come and talk it over, it looks as if she may have had a lucky escape. Roger goes on a blind date though the woman in question turns out to be loud and vulgar so he asks the nice waitress out instead. Ben baby-sits with Kenzo, who locks him out of the house for refusing to let him watch his cartoon and will go to any lengths to stop him from getting back in again. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Goodbye to the Harpers
27 February 2016 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

With little fanfare or closure 'My Family', one of the biggest UK sitcoms of recent times left the air with this episode after winning several awards and regularly getting 9 million viewers. Why no fanfare then? Because quite simply it had run its course long before this episode.

It's very easy to say that it went downhill after Kris Marshall's character left, but really 'My Family' carried on well despite that right up until its 10th series. There were weak episodes and either Robert Lindsay and Zoe Wannamaker were absent more but, much like a family it struggled on.

However this final episode highlights why the time had come. The jokes are weaker, the characters larger versions of what they had been 11 years earlier.

I'm a big 'My Family' fan, but even I have to admit that the show had to stop based on this.


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