The third series of Rising Damp displays the finest characteristics of British Sitcom. Superbly written by Eric Chappel and brilliant performances by all the cast, make this a 'must have' for any devotee of classic comedy. The series begins as Rigsby returns from a holiday in Spain to find that Alan has let two rooms without his consent. His annoyance soon melts away when he discovers that one of the new tenants is no other than his beloved Miss Jones, who has returned following another unsuccesful romance. The other tenant is not such a nice surprise ! The series covers seven episodes That's my Boy, Stage Struck, Clunk Click, The Good Samaritans, Fawcett's Python, The Cocktail Hour and Suddenly at Home. Every episode offers a plot with misunderstandings, farce and hilarity together with the slickest timing and delivery you will ever see. It will appeal to all ages,I remember it from T.V., but my two children aged 12 and 15 simply love it, so much so that my son has put the remaining titles not in our collection on his birthday list! Treat yourself to the best laugh you'll ever have from Leonard Rossiter, one of the finest actors Britain has ever produced. He is still sadly missed.