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Yet another example of BBC Americas failure to show great stuff from their extensive catalogue of gems.
This show was actually a big hit and had the tabloids going over the antics of Jacko. Not only that but it brings back fond memories of home that a lot of shows totally miss!!
I hope it's on DVD soon!!
Jacko was a lovable rogue with a way with the ladies that had any woman in Britain over 30 dying to meet him!! At least for the first 2-3 seasons. It was fun, family entertainment. I guess you might equate its popularity to citizen smith.
I cringe at the suits choices of what they release in the US, and their spectacular money losing remakes, but it would be lovely to see a show like this doing a run somewhere!!...Oh and did I say DVD PLEASE!
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