Podcast 244: This is our Everest, Part Fourteen – The Two of Us

by | Nov 18, 2020

Today’s episode of This Is Our Everest is the fourteenth, which means we’re now half way through Lockdown 2 and feelin’ fine. We’re not, of course, particularly Edward who has done himself a mischief involving extra strong lager. The topic of the episode is the ITV sitcom The Two Of Us from January 1990, a programme simply bound to make you get your Doctor Whos muddled up.

Our heroes marvel as a simple case of lost property quickly deteriorates into a charge sheet of criminal offences as long as either your arm or Nicholas Lyndhurst’s head. There’s also the first airing of Ian’s all-encompassing Gary Sparrow theory which could one day be taught in schools, especially if the world keeps going the way it has been. You can join the two of us in watching The Two Of Us here.

Tomorrow’s podcast, for those of you who wish to be ahead of the curve, is a pair of episodes of the BBC’s public access show Open Door, one of which reached particular infamy. You can see both of them right here.

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