Hugely Successful sit-com that ran for 8 years, from 1985 to 1992, the sequel to Till Death Do Us Part.
Written by Johnny Speight, it follows the fortunes (or mis-fortunes) of bigoted pensioner Alf Garnet, played brilliantly by Warren Mitchell.
We see Alf uprooted from his Wapping home and re-located to a West Ham council flat and follow all the drama and problems he brings upon himself by his very opinionated and controversial views on.. well, everything.
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Great remembering how funny this series was before the days of PC.
I forgot how brilliant In Sickness and in Health was, and it's just a shame it will never be aired on UK TV again!
What more can be said? In Sickness and in Health is the funniest programme ever to be put on British television, an absolute laugh a minute. Amazing acting and wish there where programmes made like this today absolutely fantastic that we can relive these memories.