Tom and Barbara leave their jobs and turn their garden into a self sustainable mini farm, much to the horror of their posh neighbours Margo and Jerry. Wonderful humour, and a classic sitcom.
The Good Life Fan Tributes
4 Neil swift from Liverpool: Yuletide Felicitations to all Good Life fans ! 3 Bindi Bezar from New Zealand: LOVE LOVE LOVE the show PLEASE bring it back !!! Adore Tom who not love him remiinds me oof someone not too far from my heart here in NZ. All up a fabulous show everyone is fantastic in it. Grateful Margo is NOT my neighbour. 2 Sue from Liverpool: There's so many great moments but one of my favourites is in 'The Windbreaker'when both couples are drunk and they flirt with each other. Even though they are one martini away from a wife swap, it never goes any further. No sex please, it's The Good Life! 1 jacqui c-w from bournemouth: If we are talking classic then this has to be it. I loved Jerry when Margot was out and he could have curry and Engelbert Humperdink singing. My favourite episode has to be the christmas one in the Goods house where they are playing silly games. All great stage actors and Paul Eddington is a great loss to the acting profession.
The Good Life
Genre: Sitcom Year: 1975-78
Richard Briers is Tom Good
Felicity Kendal is Barbara Good
Penelope Keith is Margo Leadbetter
Paul Eddington is Jerry Leadbetter
Reginald Marsh is Sir Andrew
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