Henry's dissatisfaction with life on the throne is heightened during a visit to a halfway-house for recovering crack addicts. A chance meeting with florist Serena at the Palace prompts him to make a ...
How long can a guy play Henry the 8th and think he's getting somewhere with his acting career? Henry Alton takes a job at a Renaissance Faire after graduating college. 14 years later...he's still there.
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Edith and Phil are two neighbors who are keen to start a relationship and a new life abroad. Those plans are disrupted when Edith's immature, fifty-something son Roger moves back home after leaving his wife and children.
Hilarious! Lots of in-jokes here, like that the actor playing the king is called Charles Edwards, which happen to be the real HRH's two first names, or that it's common knowledge here in Merry Old that "Chuck" has let it be known that he wants to be called Henry IX "when the old bat kicks the bucket" (Alastair Campbell's words, not mine), and that Annette Crosbie really does look like the current incumbent, even more so than Helen Mirren! Makes one wonder if the writers have a channel into Buck House...
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