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This collection brings together all three complete series along with the Christmas specials.
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All three series plus the Christmas specials of the 1970s BBC sitcom starring Michael Crawford as the accident-prone Frank Spencer. Series 1 episodes are: 'The Job Interview', 'Love Thy Neighbour', 'Have a Break, Take a Husband', 'The Hospital Visit', 'The Psychiatrist' and 'The Employment Exchange'. Series 2 episodes are: 'Cliffhanger', 'The Public Relations Course', 'Father's Clinic' and 'The Baby Arrives'. Series 3 episodes are: 'Moving House', 'Wendy House', 'Scottish Dancing', 'Men As Women', 'King of the Road' and 'Australia House'. The Christmas specials are: 'Jessica's First Christmas' (1974), 'Learning to Drive' (1975) and 'Learning to Fly' (1978).

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Used to love watching this as a child in the 1970s, but it hadn't aged well the last time I watched a few minutes of an episode.
bluearmy7801/03/2020 11:49

Great series. The BBC hasnt made a good comedy series since Out Numbered.


Did agree with you until Out Numbered. I'd say One Foot in the Grave, that far back.
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Used to love watching this as a child in the 1970s, but it hadn't aged well the last time I watched a few minutes of an episode.
memorable scripts, ooh-errr, Betty, ohhhh Frank what've you done now, bit of a problem, cat, whoopsie, etc etc.
mcek01/03/2020 10:35

memorable scripts, ooh-errr, Betty, ohhhh Frank what've you done now, bit …memorable scripts, ooh-errr, Betty, ohhhh Frank what've you done now, bit of a problem, cat, whoopsie, etc etc.


"I've had a bit of trouble"
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HyperLuminal01/03/2020 10:53

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Not sure I'm with you there? I don't see what's contemporary about those phrases or where they fit with that sitcom.
Great series. The BBC hasnt made a good comedy series since Out Numbered.
That betty was well fit.
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Great series!Seen them all!
bluearmy7801/03/2020 11:49

Great series. The BBC hasnt made a good comedy series since Out Numbered.


Did agree with you until Out Numbered. I'd say One Foot in the Grave, that far back.
marblestingray01/03/2020 10:40

"I've had a bit of trouble"

I just read that in Frank's voice. Floods of nostalgia
Gawd, this takes me back to my school days in the mid-1970's when me and my schoolmates would all try to impersonate the Frank Spencer voice to try to make each other laugh. A classic series and Michael Crawford was brilliant in it, especially as he also did all his own stunts. Can't believe it was nearly half a century ago.
HyperLuminal01/03/2020 11:20

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Don't see any connection with Brexit either. Have you been on the cooking sherry?
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Frank Spencer, what a Great character
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xenophon01/03/2020 12:48

Did agree with you until Out Numbered. I'd say One Foot in the Grave, that …Did agree with you until Out Numbered. I'd say One Foot in the Grave, that far back.


I think there were a few good ones around the turn of the century, The League of Gentlemen, and the second series of I'm Alan Partridge. Little Britain had its odd moment but I remember it becoming really unfunny.
Oooh Betty the cat just did a whoopsie in my beret.
Mein cat has done a scheiße on the carpet.
Love this show. Heard they were trying to bury it like 'It ain't half hot, Mum' because it's not PC in our post-modern society.
xenophon01/03/2020 12:48

Did agree with you until Out Numbered. I'd say One Foot in the Grave, that …Did agree with you until Out Numbered. I'd say One Foot in the Grave, that far back.


I agree. Outnumbered was mediocre imo. Quite enjoyed Citizen Khan though. They all know him
bluearmy7801/03/2020 11:49

Great series. The BBC hasnt made a good comedy series since Out Numbered.


Have to disagree and go back further than that, outnumbered was terrible.
bluearmy7801/03/2020 11:49

Great series. The BBC hasnt made a good comedy series since Out Numbered.


Fast show?
Previously on Some Mothers Do Ave Em..... oooohhh Betty
I can do a Great impression of Frank Spencer
dan197901/03/2020 18:47

Detectorists.https://www.rottentomatoes.com/tv/detectorists


Wasn't that on Sky?
M_z01/03/2020 10:24

Used to love watching this as a child in the 1970s, but it hadn't aged …Used to love watching this as a child in the 1970s, but it hadn't aged well the last time I watched a few minutes of an episode.


Yeah, I was just thinking does anyone want to own a DVD set of this? It amused be as an 8 year old but..
peakbear01/03/2020 22:50

Yeah, I was just thinking does anyone want to own a DVD set of this? It …Yeah, I was just thinking does anyone want to own a DVD set of this? It amused be as an 8 year old but..


Yep, 40+ years later, you've moved on a bit. Hopefully.
Depends on taste, but I think there's been a few recent good ones, count Arthur strong or Mrs browns boys
peakbear01/03/2020 22:50

Yeah, I was just thinking does anyone want to own a DVD set of this? It …Yeah, I was just thinking does anyone want to own a DVD set of this? It amused be as an 8 year old but..


I have got to believe that there would be people who want to own something funny from a time before the adulting of comedy.

This is of an era where the entire family could sit down to watch a comedy together. Try that with Grace and Frankie.

I gifted an expat Brit friend a copy of "The Complete Men Behaving Badly" a few years ago and have been delighted to hear how her Canadian(ised) children frequently "borrow" the disks. The big against on this might be if people still have DVD players.

I guess a YMMV is required but it goes against my instincts!
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