Further evidence, if any be needed, that the 1970s and '80s were television comedy's Golden Age. The last link in the glittering Man About The House chain, itself a jewel in a crown which none of the sitcom rubbish on our screens today deserves to wear. The sun sets affectionately on this wonderful creation which, unlike some, didn't outstay its welcome and maintained a consistently high standard of entertainment throughout. Justly reflecting its success, six series were nonetheless enough and now make for fondly nostalgic viewing (Did we really dress like that?!). Like pure gold, it has stood the test of time and endeared itself to subsequent generations. Yes, my children love it, too, and so should anyone who appreciates quality writing and casting.