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Sunnyside Farm 

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Series cast summary:
Mark Addy ...  Ken Sunnyside 6 episodes, 1997
Phil Daniels ...  Ray Sunnyside 6 episodes, 1997
Beth Goddard ...  Wendy 6 episodes, 1997
Michael Kitchen ...  Letchworth 6 episodes, 1997
Tony Gardner ...  Justin 5 episodes, 1997
Matt Lucas ...  Mr. Mills 5 episodes, 1997
Oliver Hamilton Oliver Hamilton ...  Oberon 4 episodes, 1997
Jennifer Leviston Jennifer Leviston ...  Titania 3 episodes, 1997
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Unfunnyside Farm.
1 February 2002 | by theharpSee all my reviews

This pathetic disgrace of a so-called 'sitcom' remains the worst piece of television, any genre, to be made in Britain in the televisual era. A complete lack of situation, a complete lack of comedy. The plot so thin it constitutes an eating disorder, the writing almost at the level of a 'disadvantaged' person, the acting so embarrasing getting caught with your pants down sounds a better bet. Even the actors Mark Addy and Phil Daniels seem ashamed as they perform.

That is not however to let them off. Daniels 'Mockney' schtick tires after just minutes of the first episode and gets worse each time. Concentrating solely on getting a laugh by saying phrases such as "oh, bellowing cows' backsides" as Cockney as possible cut no ice with anyone, nor did the vague attempt to set the sitcom in - surprise,surprise - a farm. Addy, as his stooge, fares no better. The viewing public switched off in droves, the critics tore it to pieces and it was pulled after the first series without trace. The fact that very few people in Britain actually recall this sitcom stands as testament to it's overwhelming offensiveness.

Watch it if you can and prepare to be appalled.


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