Porridge (1974–1977)
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Godber is granted his parole and looks forward to dating Fletch's daughter though Fletch is not so sure. However the parole is jeopardized due to an aggressive convict,Jarvis,who wants to ... See full summary »

Director:

Sydney Lotterby (uncredited)

Writers:

Dick Clement (by), Ian La Frenais (by)

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Ronnie Barker ... Norman Stanley Fletcher
Brian Wilde ... Mr. Barrowclough
Fulton Mackay ... Mr. Mackay
Richard Beckinsale ... Lennie Godber
David Daker ... Jarvis
Sam Kelly ... Warren
Patricia Brake ... Ingrid Fletcher
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Storyline

Godber is granted his parole and looks forward to dating Fletch's daughter though Fletch is not so sure. However the parole is jeopardized due to an aggressive convict,Jarvis,who wants to pick a fight with Godber,so Fletch arranges for Jarvis to get in a fight with some other cons and end up in the cooler before he can fight Godber,whose parole goes ahead. Fletch settles down to chat with Mr. MacKay,to whom he is about to tell three things,spelled out on his fingers but he stops at the second,giving the screw a secret V-sign. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Genres:

Comedy | Crime

Certificate:

TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Details

Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 March 1977 (UK) See more »

Filming Locations:

England, UK See more »

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Color:

Color
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Trivia

The lowest rated episode of porridge. See more »

Quotes

Mackay: I've noticed a change in your attitude since Laddo's release.
Fletch: I just want out, that's all. Ten months if I keep my nose clean.
Mackay: Not throwing in the towel, are we, Fletcher? Or are you acknowledging that the system always wins?
Fletch: Nobody wins, Mr Mackay, that's what's so tragic.
Mackay: Normally I'd hesitate at putting a sprog in here, Fletcher, but I think the new Fletcher could be just what he needs.
Fletch: Oh, going to have a bit of company down below, am I?
Mackay: Got a young lad called Nicholson moving in here.
Fletch: He's...
[...]
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Connections

Version of Laat maar zitten: Eind van de zit (1990) See more »

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