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This awfully unfunny and frankly instantly forgettable sitcom is one of the worst pieces of t.v. to come out of Britain. Utterly abysmal, this sitcom left my entire memory until a chance repeat viewing on British Satellite T.V. earlier this year.
Poorly written, badly acted, and with less plot twists than a neglected garden, this somehow ran for 6 years between 1990-96 and concentrated solely on the growing relationship between a posh Yokel and a failed city slicker with the added 'spice' of both having young kids of the same age.
Needless to say you hear little of around 50% of all the cast these days, and esteemed British actor Joe McGann's career soon nosedived. He should have known better.
Steer well clear upon approach.
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