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  1. Barrychuckle

    LOTSW Catchphrases

    Marina - Norman Clegg that was........
  2. Barrychuckle

    LOTSW Catchphrases

    Have you also noticed "Ye Gods" is constantly uttered by many characters in all Roy Clarke comedies, must be a particular favorite of his!?
  3. Barrychuckle

    LOTSW Catchphrases

    I'm a direct decendent of Robin Hood!
  4. Barrychuckle

    LOTSW Catchphrases

    Edie (in a very posh voice) Wes - Lay!
  5. Barrychuckle

    LOTSW Catchphrases

    "I hardly know the lady!" is a particular favorite of mine
  6. Barrychuckle

    Gentle Comedies

    This is presently on Forces TV on ch181 I've seen a few episodes. On the subject of Fresh Fields is the later spin off French Fields just as good?
  7. Barrychuckle

    LOTSW Catchphrases

    Although it's not really a catchphrase type comedy some of the characters have some which are repeated a few times. How many can people name, I'll start with an easy one - Edie - Drink Your Coffee!
  8. Barrychuckle

    Gentle Comedies

    Thank you Captain, ironically Terry & June is the other series I'm considering too, I may give that a try
  9. Barrychuckle

    Gentle Comedies

    I'm currently embarking upon the entire series of Fresh Fields, seems very gentle to me can anyone recommend it ? There doesn't seem a whole lot happening in it and I'm struggling to work out the premise but it seems amusing in parts
  10. Barrychuckle

    Bob Willis

    I saw him at a Lord Taverners event just before the Ashes at Edgbaston he looked well and was in very good spirits. Sad to think that was only a number of weeks ago..
  11. Barrychuckle

    Look alikes

    I'm often mistaken for the contents of Compo's matchbox!
  12. Barrychuckle

    Gentle Comedies

    Another wonderful one I overlooked was Keeping Up Appearances, is there any LOTSW that don't love this wonderful comedy too???
  13. Barrychuckle

    Spare a thought for

    I didn't know you were in episodes Terry, did the fame and money change you?
  14. Barrychuckle

    How many UK Members watched the pilot episode live?

    I was only a glimmer in my fathers eye then! On the subject of pilots, they don't do them these days, not sure why and not sure whether that's a good or bad thing?
  15. Barrychuckle

    Spare a thought for

    They get to sit in the back of a pub and be paid for drinking, doesn't sound such a terrible fate to me :18:
  16. Barrychuckle

    Gentle Comedies

    Thanks Inky, forgot about Grace & Favour (or Are You Being Served Again as they called it in the US) a truly lovely and sweet spin off.
  17. Barrychuckle

    Gentle Comedies

    Many thanks loads to look up thank you all. And of course the best gentle comedy of the moment Still Open All Hours
  18. Barrychuckle

    Gentle Comedies

    Brilliant list thanks Terry, I'll look up the ones I've not seen. Dinnerladies is wonderful, Victoria Wood was immensely talented and taken from us too soon. I've noticed For The Love of Ada is on Talking Pictures TV presently so I'll have to look that one up. I'm also watching Father Brown...
  19. Barrychuckle

    Gentle Comedies

    One of the reasons I loved LOTSW so much was it was gentle and inoffensive, it proved you could get laughs without reverting to bad language or innuendo as many comedies sadly do these days. I was wondering whether anyone can recommend any other series which are 'gentle' the two others that...
  20. Barrychuckle

    A puzzler just for Terry

    Whats a Lever framed signal box?
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