On rewatching the magificent in so many ways episode that is Last Post & Pigeon t'other day I noticed at Roz's homecoming there appears to be another lady with Barry, Wesley and Glenda that is never identified - yet another Pegden? Perhaps they used to breed more than Simmonites!
Yes, 1973 not 1973 was the debut of our erstwhile trio. Mea Culpa.
Gives us much more time to plan and be Covid secure tho which is great.
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Nice one, it consolidates Barry's second place tally to double figures at 10 but still not trumping Mr H Sibshaw at 13, if we we really want we can include 'Just Pearl' to give his missus one [Stop sniggering] as well. :D
In belated reply yes I am a fan of Red Dwarf both 'classic' and the new stuff on Dave. Upstart Crow is very Blackadder like indeed and enjoyable for many of the same reasons. One day they're have Blackadder II and Baldrick pop by briefly I'm sure ;)
After doing a long trawl I came up with the following as a list of definite titles that have main characters names in. Some that were excluded include the likes of The Man from Oswestry, That Certain Smile or even Enter the Hawk where the character is alluded to but not named.
Sometimes a few showed up on Aunties Bloomers and the like and also on the 25/30 years documentaries. The one that springs to mind is Brian Wildes exquisitely timing for needing a 'much sharper knife!'
Not bad for a 37 year young eh ;)
The great thing about the likes of Dame Thora's and Kathy Staff's characters was that beneath the menace there was a real warmth to enjoy and bask in...but only fleetingly mind!
2018 marks 60 years since the inception of the Carry Ons with none other than Summer Wine's own Bill Owen in a leading role in the very first. What did you think of them and for the quizzers which entries in the series did he appear in? :)