Sir Humphrey has to scramble when the Prime Minister's Political Advisor, Mrs. Wainwright, convinces the PM that she should get her old office back. Sir Humphrey and his predecessors have been trying...
Following on from Yes Minister, Jim Hacker is now Prime Minister and Sir Humphrey Appleby is Cabinet Secretary. Bernard is also along for the ride, as Hacker's personal secretary. As in their previous roles, their jobs often devolve into a battle of agendas, ideals, wills and wits between Hacker and Sir Humphrey.Written by
It is noticeable throughout the run of this show, (and particularly in the second series) that in most of Paul Eddington's scenes, he is sitting down. This was due to the fact that Eddington's health had begun to deteriorate and production changes had to be made to accommodate his condition. See more »
We'd only use Nuclear Weapons in Self-Defence and we don't defend ourselves by committing suicide!
So what IS the Last Resort, Watford Gap?
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This series is simply the best political comedy ever. From first hand experiences not with the british but the european administration and from my studies of political science I can pledge the satire to be really, really sharp. The dialogues are superb and I simply love the characters. Sir Humphrey is unbeatable. As a fellow writer already commented a must see for everyone into politics.
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