Of the BBC Scotland Comedy units productions, this has to be my favourite, It was creative and inventive. with some very risky subjects. Like "Mason Boyne" Robbie Coltrane's anti catholic bigot (so accurate in the west of Scotland. The acting and comic timing were perfect. but the sets seemed to be built on a very strict budget. Try to see this if you ever get a chance, and it would be great to see the BBC release it on DVD. The stars like Robbie Coltrane, Loise Gold and John Sessions never looked back. Most of the dialogue is easy to remember even after 22 years. I met Robbie Coltrane and asked him if he could get me a copy, he said he would try his agent. I wrote to the BBC, Colin Gilbert the producer. Phill Differ the script editor, and tried a lot of private advertising to get a copy.
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