British Sit Coms
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A simple start, Which sitcom is best associated with the name "Maplins"
In the sitcom "Fawlty Towers", who is connected with spoons.
A sitcom based in Walmington on Sea would be connected with which character?
Rt Rev G Carey
Rev G Grainger
Rev T Farthing
Fthr T Crilley
Who was the political adviser to "Jim Hacker" as "Minister of Administrative Affairs" in this fine sitcom?
Sir Humhprey Appleby
In the film spin off from the sitcom "Are You Being Served", Mr Humphries retrieved a set of joke teeth from a shop dummy and exclaimed ......
That's never happened before!
They're still moving!
I've never done that before!
It's the first time one bit me!
"Two pints of lager and a packet of crisps", is a sitcom set in Runcorn. It often finds its characters in a local pub, which one?
The Kings Arms
The Kings Head
The Runcorn Arms
"Drop the Dead Donkey" is a sitcom set in Globe Link News. Who owns Globe Link?
The Cafe Rene a key place in this sitcom is frequently visited by a visitor who says things only once, what is her full name?
In the sitcom "Birds of a Feather" what is the surname of Sharon and Tracey's Jewish neighbour?
And finally "Only Fools and Horses" is a sitcom that centres around the lives of the Trotter family, however one member of the family's parentage doubts this, who is it?
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