Glyn starts work as driver for gangster Mad Tony and,after Daz has had another spat with Colleen,Glyn takes him and the lads out in it for the evening,Hodge sporting a loud yellow cardigan given him ...
It's Glyn's birthday and he plans a fancy dress party in the pub but Hodge and Daz fall out over an incident when they were at school and,after visiting the teacher for her opinion,are at odds with ...
Glyn,Hodge,Daz and Beggsy are friends,living in Stockport. Hodge is celebrating his wedding anniversary and plans a night out for the boys. However Glyn,egged on by publican father Warren,goes to a ...
Lizzie and Sarah are two fiftysomething suburban housewives, perpetually mistreated and ignored by unloving, selfish husbands. The highlight of their otherwise dull lives is their role in ... See full summary »
American Ex-Patriate and Gangster, Henry Montgomery, is thrown into the heart of a colorful International Drug smuggling and mob scene, in 1926 China, during the beginnings of the Communist Revolution, in the grand port town of "Shanghai."
At long last something that is a joy to watch from the beginning to the end, one hour of mayhem but down to earth humour that is lacking of late on TV ! I see a mixture of Early Doors,The Royal Family and earlier episodes of Shameless,without the smut of most of what we see today.I am not a prude and love a good helping of laughter medicine.The actors which have been chosen for this brilliant comedy are all just perfect even down to the pair of dancers in the nightclub scene great!Whoever wrote this is on to a winner. One hour is not enough you end up wanting more.... I have to admit I am not a fan of alternative comedy,the younger generation have made their choice by watching a lot of the old comedy repeats this proves a lot.....Roll on next weeks episode and we will all have a great night in.
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