Now back in charge Joyce is puzzled by Mateo's distant attitude. He has been summoned to go and see his mad mother-in-law Dolores, who, having accused him of abandoning wife and family, pulls a gun ...
Voted best British show about Britons visiting a typically British influenced Spanish town by the British Prize giver association sponsored by British Telecom. (How many times can you fit the word "British" into one sentence?) See more »
Yes, it tailed off in the later series, but my was it funny for most of its run. Been rewatching the first series, and it is excellent, superb actually. I'd be surprised if they'd be able to make it today, and we're only talking about a programme 12 years old, and I find that sad. Have we really lost the ability /freedom to laugh at ourselves in such a short period of time? For a sitcom, the acting is nothing short of brilliant, you believe in these characters and their situations. Looking forward to rewatching the rest.
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