someone might like this for their gran
This great BBC sitcom is back again for another series! Hugh Dennis (Mock The Week, My Hero), Claire Skinner (Sense And Sensibility, Life Begins) and Samantha Bond (Die Another Day) are back again.
The family attend a wedding. For the parents it soon turns into that all-too-familiar struggle to control your kids and, if possible, get through the wedding day without decking any relatives.
Six-year-old Karen mourns the death of a mouse (killed in a trap by her mouse-murdering parents), eight-year-old Ben stands for election as class rep and older brother Jake triggers his Mum's she-tiger instincts by bringing a girl home for tea.
Another celebration of parental incompetence as Pete and Sue attempt to ban TV and have an old-fashioned Sunday, with traditional parlour games like Pelmanism and Scissors-Paper-Velociraptor.
Pete and Sue find themselves in every parent's ultimate nightmare - trapped in a foreign airport with three bored young children (and an increasingly bewildered Grandad).
Mum and Dad try to organise a quiet meal out together. But first they have to escape the house!
Six-year-old Karen is preoccupied with the exact whereabouts of Satan, and Ben falls foul of a hardline football referee.
The Brockman family have a very restless night. Will anyone get any sleep? And what on earth are those dreadful noises coming from next door? And why is there a policeman at their front door?