David Jason described the show as "all sorts of nothing much. Whatever else you wanted to say, there was nothing like it at the time and all the kids locked onto it. It spoke to them - they could feel proprietorial about it. It was their humor: none of the adults got it. Mums and Dads would say I don't know what you're watching this rubbish for and that just elevated it higher in kids estimations. It was mad." See more »
First of all, a big hello to all our viewers. Hello Mrs. Green, hello Mr. Green, hello Mum. I think that's everyone.
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My mini review is to say how it should be judged.When it was originally aired in the UK.The show was shown in the children's slot around 5 pm .Bear in mind at the time the UK had at the most 3 TV channels.At the time those in the show also appeared with Spike Milligan.The Goodies followed later all though the audience for them was of an adult and family nature.
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