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Under One Roof 

The plot tells the story of Tan Ah Teck-the owner of a shop and his family-wife Dolly and children Ronnie, Paul and Denise with the neighbours in their apartment building.
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2001   1999   1998   1997   Unknown  

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Chieng Mun Koh ...  Dolly 12 episodes, 1997-2001
Moses Lim ...  Tan Ah Teck 12 episodes, 1997-2001
Nicholas Lee Nicholas Lee ...  Ronnie 12 episodes, 1997-2001
Vernetta Lopez ...  Denise 12 episodes, 1997-2001
Andrew Lim Andrew Lim ...  Paul 6 episodes, 1997-2001
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The plot tells the story of Tan Ah Teck-the owner of a shop and his family-wife Dolly and children Ronnie, Paul and Denise with the neighbours in their apartment building. Written by Sam Yeo <yosam2000@hotmail.com>

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Country:

Singapore

Language:

English

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1997 (Singapore) See more »

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Tan Ah Teck: This reminds me of a story!
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Silly but fun.
4 March 2001 | by podiwaSee all my reviews

It's not often you see a sitcom from Asia, usually they're American or English. However, Under One Roof turns out to be even funnier than many top-rating American shows.

The show is about a family living in an apartment in Singapore. They speak English but with a singaporian accent which takes some getting used to.

What makes Under One Roof funny is the array of varied characters who always have something witty to say in perfect sync with their personality. However something worth noting is the huge amount of Milo and other Nestlé products that appears in the show... there are tins of Milo, canned Milo, big drums of Milo, Milo chocolate bars... but the product placement doesn't spoil it, because the show doesn't take itself too seriously, and neither does the viewer.

This show is far funnier than alot of the comedy out there, so if it happens to be on where you live, It's worth watching.


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