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"Meet the Harpers: A Modern, Functional Family...Engaged in Psychological Warfare."
|Meet the Harpers: a modern, functional family...engaged in psychological warfare. Ben (Robert Lindsay), a dentist, and Susan (Zoe Wanamaker), the worst cook in the world, are certainly loving, caring parents; they just have a hard time showing it. Not that their kids make it easy: Nick has serious issues with the concept of work; Janey, like any other normal teenager, lives in her own soap opera life; and Michael likes to show up every once in a while with the odd pet rabbit. When Ben becomes paranoid that Susan and Janey are seeing another dentist, and Nick comes up with a harebrained scheme for dating girls, it may just be that Michael's rabbit is the sanest member of the household. Includes all eight episodes from Season 1 of this hit television show from Great Britain!|
Editor's NoteIs the Harper family living in West London or a lunatic asylum? This BBC comedy series follows loopy dentist Ben (Robert Lindsay) and his gastronomy-challenged wife, Susan (Zoë Wanamaker), as they raise three very different children--devoted loafer Nick (Kris Marshall), drama queen Janey (Daniela Denby-Ashe), and resident oddball Michael (Gabriel Thomson)--with loving distaste and mordant wit. This collection presents the complete first season of the British sitcom, created by American writer and producer Fred Barron (SEINFELD).
Cast & Crew
|Dewi Humphreys, et. al. - Director|
|Graham Jarvis - Original Music By|
|Jim Armogida, et. al. - Writer|
|John Bartlett - Producer|
|Phil Moss, et. al. - Editor|
|British Academy Awards, My Family, Situation Comedy Award|
|British Academy Awards, Robert Lindsay, Best Comedy Performance|
|British Academy Awards, My Family, Lew Grade Award|