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Less than dedicated to his job as undertaker's clerk, bored with his North Country family background, Billy Fisher takes refuge in his own invented world. For Billy, an energetic imagination makes life tolerable but well-nigh intolerable for all around him. He lies his way into and out of every situation, producing any explanation and making any promise that will extricate him from his present predicament, and thereby creating ever more tortuous entanglements for the immediate future.
Blackadder Goes Forth is the fourth and final series in the television sitcom written by Richard Curtis and Ben Elton, and was first produced by the BBC in 1989. The show is set during The Great War of 1914-1918, and follows Captain Blackadder, Baldrick and George in their doomed attempts to escape from the trenches whilst under the misguided command of General Melchett.
Comedy about four bouncers at a night club - the actors playing over 20 characters . ...It's Friday night it's club night - time for bouncers to come alive! All-new, up-dated version (1998). Meet giggly girls, lads on the make, Hooray Henries, pogo-ing punks and a smooth-talking DJ - all set against the tatty, glitzy glamour, flashing lights and pulsating beat of the dance floor... Contains strong language.
When the mysterious Mr Todd arrives at painter Tony Reed's house and offers to kill his first wife's murderer, Tony cannot stop himself agreeing. But after making this decision, Reed and his second wife Megan find themselves entering a terrifying nightmare from which there seems no escape.
This witty satire starts after the death of Paul Sorodin, an acclaimed and famous ?modern' artist. His English family (who knew him very little), and his faithful agent and champion of his work, are gathered together for the funeral. Sorodin's loyal valet gradually reveals that all may not be as it seemed, and a series of extraordinary characters arrive, causing increasing dismay to the great man's heirs.