In line with his Tory leader Heath's declaration Alf is now working a three day week but is appalled to find Else is doing the same and she has not cooked him a dinner. This leads to her commenting ...
Gran is very ill and Else is very concerned, while Alf is uncaring, they both visit the sick old lady. Alf believing Gran is not long for this world takes her dead husbands pocket-watch for himself, ...
Alf Garnet is the original of the American TV character Archie Bunker of '"All in the Family" (1971)'. He is a profane, bigoted cockney constantly fighting against the system, his family and the younger generation.Written by
Steve Crook <firstname.lastname@example.org>
You can save yourself a lot of time, trying to figure out what's going on with the world, from Trump to Boris, just by watching a few episodes.
Johnny Spreight knew the value the oppressed put upon a figurehead that was the head of the reason why he was so poor, so oppressed, just as a Trump voter thinks their flag is of any value and it is more important to them than food in their child's stomach.
Written by and starring two wonderful Marxists, their message was sadly missed but is still a message for our time.
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