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Man About The House - The Complete Second Series [DVD]
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Complete second series of the popular British sitcom. Robin Tripp (Richard O'Sullivan) moves into a flat with two girls Jo and Chrissie (Paula Wilcox and Sally Thomsett) and experiences the highs and lows of mixed flat-sharing. Meanwhile their landlords, George and Mildred Roper, not only keep an eye on the goings on but also have their own reasons for keeping tabs on their tenants. In this series, the flatmates have a party while their landlords are away, Robin feels low after being intimidated by some other men in the pub, and Mr Roper is shocked when he comes round for dinner to see that Robin has invited round a German friend from college. Episodes are: 'Whiile the Cat's Away'; 'Colour Me Yellow'; 'In Praise of Older Men'; 'Did You Ever Meet Rommel?'; 'Two Foot Blue, Eyes of Blue'; and 'Carry Me Back to Old Southampton'.
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If you look at your DVD player's clock as each episode starts, you may notice that it already says 10 seconds has passed. This is because Network have (like on most of their releases) included the original Thames Television countdown VT clocks. These were filmed in the studio just before the episode began taping and were voiced by the floor manager. Fascinating curios.
I remember watching this sitcom when it first aired in the 70's. I always think that it's never received the recognition it deserved as it never seems to be looked upon as a classic.
The writing is superb and the casting is spot on!
In the 70's it was frowned upon for 2 girls and a guy to be sharing a flat which made this somewhat controversial.
Buy this DVD, it's pure comedy heaven!
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Thess were the days you could laugh your heart out at the antics and have that ferl good factor leaving you always wanting more. Read morePublished on 21 Jan. 2014 by Paul Telfon