As Time Goes By - Series 5 [DVD]
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All seven episodes from the fifth series of the romantic sitcom starring Geoffrey Palmer and Judi Dench as Lionel Hardcastle and Jean Pargeter, a couple who are re-united after being out of touch with each other for 38 years. Their brief romance in the early 1950s was cut short when Lionel was posted off to the Korean War - but will things run more smoothly now that they are both older and wiser? Episodes are: 'The Country Set'; 'Lionel's Ex-Wife'; 'Lionel's New Hobby'; 'Avoiding the Country Set'; 'Broadcast Plans'; 'At Death's Door'; and 'Showered With Gifts'.
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Series five starts with Lionel and Jean setting off to the county to use the house in Hampshire for the first time. The vist doesn't go quite to plan resulting in becoming part of the county set ( look out for Leslie Philips wife playing Glenys). In Episode 2 we meet someone we have heard so much about, Lionel's wife Margaret! A bold move by Bob Larby after writing so many astonishing details about Margaret it would have been easy to make here one of those characters you never see like, Captain Mainwaring wife or Norm's wife Vera from cheers. A lot of the rest of the series centres on the house in Hampshire introducing us to Lol Ferris (brilliantly accented Tim Wylton) and his six brothers. I think highlight of the series is when Penny is convinced she is dyeing, and poor Stephen. The series ends on a high note again down in Hampshire
We meet Lionel's ex-wife, which to me seems a little bit of a pointless episode and doesn't really add anything to the story. Penny thinks she is dying and convinces Stephen and the rest of the family that she really is. Cue much panic and humorous moments!