The Good Life - Series 3 details
|Starring:||Richard Briers, Penelope Keith, Paul Eddington, Felicity Kendal|
|Genres:||Comedy, Television - Series/Miniseries|
The Good Life - Series 3 - Disc 1
|TBC Disc 1|
The Good Life - Series 3 - Disc 2
|TBC Disc 2|
|Run time:||3 hours|
|Rental release:||12 Jul 2004|
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Episode GuideBy a customer from Newcastle, England , 07 Nov 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]3-1 The Early Birds
The Ledbetter?s have had enough of the Goods' crack-of-dawn activities and the Goods turn Margo's cocktail evening into a slumber party.
3-2 The Happy Event
This is one of the best episodes ever made. Pinky the Pig has her litter the Ledbetters and a local constable are called upon to save the runt of the litter.
3-3 A Tug of the Forelock
After Tom brainstorms an idea for revamping the rotary cultivator into a transport vehicle, the Goods try their hand at becoming a housekeeping service to the Ledbetters to earn petrol money.
3-4 I Talk To The Trees
Margo stages a Music Society coup kindly bankrolled by Jerry whilst the Goods experiment with talking to their plants.
3-6 Whose Fleas Are These?
The Goods struggle to contain a flea ?little offender? outbreak and the search for the source is on!
3-7 The Last Posh Frock
When Barbara rips her last fancy dress, Tom organises a dinner party to cheer her up but his insensitivity reaches a peak drawing criticism even from the ever mellow Jerry.
Unfortunately the Wind Break Wars episode is not on this either disc but is on the backs to the wall compilation.
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great 70's sitcom...but ony 3 seriesBy a customer from Milton Keynes , 02 Nov 2008very,very funny,
a tug of the forelock...the best
Good LIfeBy Sreenie (123 reviews) from The Midlands , 03 Aug 2008Good family entertainment.
fantasticBy a customer from GLOUCESTERSHIRE , 24 Mar 2006really good to sit back and watch a light hearted series which made me laugh, definatly worth watching.
Dont make them like this anymore!
Good life.going wrongBy a customer from CUMBRIA , 13 Feb 2006I thoroughly enjoyed the previous episodes of this series but found the 3rd series offering sliding below previous standards set in earlier episodes, the cast as usual very good stuff but not quite the same cohesive effort and the end product not as well delivered .
Goody lifeBy a customer from CUMBRIA , 31 Jan 2006Yet again a marvellous rendition from Felicity Kendal(who i am sure every scoolboy fell in love with)and Richard Briers with great support from Paul Eddington and Penelope Kieth.
The whole concept of self sufficiency is outlined with the maximum amount of humour.