A resounding success over five series, this Thames comedy – created by sitcom veteran Brian Cooke and starring Robert Gillespie and Black Beauty star Stacy Dorning – is set in the delightfully chaotic home of Dudley and Muriel Rush, whose daughters Jacqui and Susan occupy the family’s basement flat. Dudley, a gifted cartoonist and illustrator but an inveterate procrastinator, finds it hard to concentrate amid an ever-increasing number of distractions – to the despair of his long-suffering boss, Duncan.
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Keep it in the Family - The Complete Fifth Series is the fifth (and unfortunately last) series of this hilarious TV show. Dudley Rush is a cartoonist (when he can be bothered), who inflicts his childlike sense of humour on his publisher whilst his daughters try to escape his dependency (now that his wife is away). The publisher has a new secretary whose past life he can only imagine. Five series were not enough, and unlike many other series unfortunately, this didn't even produce any spin-offs. My advice is to purchase this gem and as many of the other series as you can get hold of. If you like programs such as Man About The House, I think you will love it.
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