As they say, all good things have to come to an end. This wonderful series finally wraps up with Season Six which incidentally is one of the best. The best episodes are to be found in Grief Encounter; The 'Ouses In Between, Just In Time, and of course the very final episode Accentuate The Positive. If you have not seen this before, dont worry, because I have no intention of telling you how it ends. Watch it through yourself and find out. Be prepared to have some tissues handy though, there may be a few tears shed between the many laughs which the entire series has managed to maintain over six long years. Full marks to Laurence Marks and Maurice Grain for maintaining the high standard of comedy over such a length of time. And of course, not forgetting that very fine comedy actor Nicholas Lyndhurst as Gary Sparrow whose professionalism and style grew in stature from the series humble beginnings. Elizabeth Carling as Phoebe, and the lovely Emma Amos as Yvonne made their respective roles their own, following on from Dervla Kirwan and Michelle Holmes (both whom were very good during the first three series.) And we must not forget both Victor McGuire as Ron, Gary's trusted and loyal friend right up to the end, and Christopher Ettridge as the gormless policeman, and later commissioner, Reg Deadman. Their contributions to the success of the series can never be understated. The comedy one liners are quite hilarious throughout. One episode I must mention, and that is when Gary accidentally goes too far back in time to the era of Jack The Ripper. This is a classic episode and must be seen for Emma Amos appears in this episode as the Music Hall Singer Marie Lloyd, and she is quite sensational, so dont miss it!
Supplemented by an interesting interview with the lovely Elizabeth Carling, and brief interviews with the original creators of the series before the final episode begins.