And the ninth and final season finds Lionel trying to smooth the rocky romantic path for his stepdaughter Judy, who has become re-engaged to Lionel's publisher Alistair. Emboldened by the Alistair-Judy example, policeman Harry pops the question to Sandy, the habitually unlucky-in-love employee of Lionel's wife Jean. Relieved that Sandy will at last be moving out of his and Jean's house, Lionel is soon to be un-relieved by the arrival of Jean's latest houseguest, a woebegone homeless girl named Davina (Lara Cazalet). The series caps its nine-year run with highlights from previous episodes and an implicit promise that golden-agers Lionel and Jean will live happily ever after.
Closed Caption; Interviews With Geoffrey Palmer, Moira Brooker, and Philip Bretherton; Cast biographies; Trailers
We have owned and enjoyed this series for at least 10 years. It is charming and fun. Naturally, we watch the whole 9 seasons consecutively annually. I highly recommend this series to all who enjoy clean dialogue and normal people!
This went towards completing our set of these - we watch them every year and are addicted! Super series.