Two years after learning that Cuckoo died in a climbing accident in the Himalayas Ken is celebrating the fact that Dylan will be leaving home to attend university and Rachel moving in with ... See full summary »

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Two years after learning that Cuckoo died in a climbing accident in the Himalayas Ken is celebrating the fact that Dylan will be leaving home to attend university and Rachel moving in with staid boyfriend Ben. He is less overjoyed when Lorna suggests he has a vasectomy. Then Dale Ashbrick, a hirsute American youngster, arrives at the house, claiming to be Cuckoo's son, searching for the father he has never met. Like his father he is odd, believing that aliens will end the world next day. However he is wrong and, to the menfolk's annoyance, Lorna and Rachel ask him to stay. Written by don @ minifie-1

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7 August 2014 (UK)  »

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The language spoken by the supposedly Nepali sherpa is in fact Cantonese, a dialect of Chinese spoken in Guangdong province in southeast China. The sherpa should be speaking in Nepali, an Indo-European language, instead of the Sino-Tibetan language actually being used. Not only are these two languages extremely different, but they're also widely disparate geographically-speaking. Guangdong province and Tibet are separated by a distance of around 1,500 miles. In reality, the reason for the error is that actor Godwin To was speaking in his own local dialect, and what he says bears no relation to the translation given in English. See more »

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Terrible mistake
19 April 2017 | by (Finland, Earth, 3rd Planet of System Sol, Milky Way, Universe) – See all my reviews

What remains of a show when you replace one of the main characters with completely different actress, kill off the named character from the show? Not much apparently.

The first season was excellent piece of comedy. I fail to understand why the team bothered to put up another season with such drastic changes.

This episode left me with a feeling that the world would have been better off if the show had ended after season 1.


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