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  • Series Premiere Date: Sep 9, 2005
  • Season #: 1 , 2 , 3
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  • Starring: John Challis, Sue Holderness, Ella Kenion
  • Summary: Green Green Grass is a new comedy series and is a spin-off from Only Fools And Horses. It features the characters of Boycie (John Challis) and Marlene (Sue Holderness) and introduces their son, Tyler, now 15 years old. Since we last met them, Boycie's second-hand car empire has gone from strength to strength, yet, despite his success, Boycie is becoming tired of life in Peckham and is secretly (at least, secretly from Marlene) craving a more tranquil existence in the English countryside. His decision to finally make the move is prompted by a chance conversation with Denzil (Paul Barber) who has some rather disturbing news. Within two weeks Boycie, Marlene and Tyler have left London - forever. Expand
  • Genre(s): Comedy, Drama
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  1. Jan 16, 2014
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    A spin-off of Only Fools and Horses, arguably Britain's greatest ever sitcom if you ignore the final Christmas Specials, The Green Green Grass see's Boycie and wife Marlene swapping Peckham for the countryside. Unfortunately they seem to have forgotten to take any sense of humour with them.

    When watching I was strangely reminded of the spoof sitcom 'When the Whistle Blows' that was featured in Ricky Gervais' Extras. It’s almost as if the writers haven't seen a sitcom since the seventies with clichéd characters and punch-lines (I use the term loosely) that a ten year old could see coming. Why do nearly six million people in the UK tune to this show every week?
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