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Columbo

Never again
Other 70s and 80s british sitcoms of more than one episode I've seen besides the ones I've mentioned before

Dads Army (favourite to rewatch)

The good life

Open All Hours

Only fools and horses

A fine romance

Porridge

Yes minister

Yes prime minister

To the manor born

Only When I Laugh
 

February

I think, therefore I am, I think ...
Looks like you've done the best part of them.
If anything springs to mind that you've not mentioned, I'll get back to you 😊
 

Columbo

Never again
The Liver Birds and Man About The House.
They follow each other and are both set in Liverpool.
Haven't watched liver birds but seen an episode of man about the house. Actually I saw some episodes of its American remake threes company. Quite dated. And one of the actors did this weird thing where he'd say something, usually offensive, and then look straight in to the camera like he'd just said the best thing since Shakespeare.
 

oddjob

Battle with monsters, lest ye become a monster
Never liked Three’s Company. I think they crossed George Roper with Archie Bunker to get Stanley Roper.
 

oddjob

Battle with monsters, lest ye become a monster
It was too angrily political. Kingswood Country was the dumbed down Australian version, but it was tempered by the fact that Ted Bulpitt was more a parody of a grumpy reactionary than an actual one.
 

Columbo

Never again
One interesting thing about watching these old TV shows is how old some people look for their age. Like I'd be looking at an actor and thinking they're like 90 and then they reference the characters age and apparently he's like 50 something.
 
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