Two's Company - Series 2 - Complete  [DVD]
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All eight episodes from the second series of the 1970s LWT sitcom. Dorothy McNab (Elaine Stritch) is a prickly American writer who moves to a flat in London's fashionable Chelsea. When she employs stuffy butler Robert Hiller (Donald Sinden) as a domestic help, Dorothy's new money style soon clashes with Robert's 'old school tie' attitudes. Episodes are: 'A Loving Christmas', 'The Reluctant Traveller', 'The Burglary', 'The Rubbish', 'The Honeymoon', 'Robert's Record Player', 'The Guests' and 'The Cleaning Ladies'.
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This is a great British comedy - one of my favorites, and my wife's all-time favorite! As a matter of fact, not long after we were first married, PBS began airing this great show, and I used it to introduce my bride to the joys of British humor (that is to say, "humour"). Overall, we found this to be a lot of fun, and enjoy watching it over and over again. So, if you want to see a fun and entertaining Britcom, then I highly recommend that you get this DVD. It's great!
By the way, this DVD includes all seven of the episodes from the second (1977) series, plus the 1976 Christmas special. (You will notice below that for some reason the episodes are not in chronological order.) The eight episodes are:
Robert's Record Player - 7 February 1977 - When Robert begins playing his new Bach album at top volume, he soon finds himself at war with an irate neighbor, but before you know it, it's Dorothy who finds herself in court!
The Reluctant Traveller - 10 January 1977 - Dorothy needs to go to New York, and wants to take Robert with her, but she did not reckon on his aversion to flying. He will stop at nothing to keep from flying, nothing.
The Honeymoon - 31 January 1977 - There's a newly wed couple that need Dorothy's help, but do they need Robert's?
The Burglary - 17 January 1977 - When Dorothy and Robert come home to find the house burgled, they are first upset, and then panicked!
The Rubbish - 24 January 1977 - The dustbin men normally only take rubbish that is first placed in a can, but Dorothy has more than will fit in her two cans, and when Robert takes a highhand with them, Dorothy soon finds herself at war with them.
The Guests - 14 February 1977 - When Dorothy invites a group of robed young people who are on their way to India for meditation, Robert objects most strenuously, but when their leader shows up it's a question of who is going to end up on top!
The Cleaning Ladies - 21 February 1977 - Dorothy wants a cleaning lady for around the house, but Robert has very high standards when it comes to domestic help, very high standards indeed!
A Loving Christmas - 25 December 1976 - It's Christmas, and Dorothy is planning on tricking Robert into leaving for the holiday, so she can have a romantic weekend with her new men. However, she is in for a surprise when it turns out that Robert had been planning on the same thing. But, before it's all said and done, they are BOTH in for a surprise.
It's as funny as "Jeeves & Wooster".
I remember Elaine Stritch but upon watching the DVDs, I realize how great Donald Sinden is as well. They complement each other very well and it is apparent that they are enjoying the sparring as much as we are!
It may have been made in the 70s, but it is timeless to me!
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