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Rosie

THE TIME had come for him to leave. All his family, and indeed his girlfriend, grieved. Not too dynamic early-evening sitcom ’bout a certain PC Penrose (PAUL GREENWOOD) who’s having problems at home and – tsk! – problems at work, too. Still, no-one could tell him how to run his life. And now he’s found a home without a wife! Bah! These things are sent to try us. Sharing (senior PC) Wilmot’s (TONY HAYGARTH) far-from-ideal home, to be precise. “Gentle humour” resulted, as you’d expected from the perspicacious pen of ROY CLARKE.

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2 Comments

  1. Rob Johnson

    September 9, 2010 at 6:41 pm

    Gentle but funny at the time. The highlight was PC Wilmot’s unsavoury habit of adjusting his tackle in public.

  2. THX 1139

    October 13, 2019 at 4:41 pm

    Was it Wildtrack that had a viewer write in and ask if anyone had spotted the word “Rosy” on the side of a cuttlefish, wondering if the creatures communicated with the patterns on their bodies? I immediately thought of this sitcom when I heard that. And now it’s about the only thing I remember about the programme.

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