- Technical Specs
- Format: DVD
- Rating: Not Rated
- Number of Discs: 2
- Run Time: 300 Minutes
- Region: 1
- Aspect Ratio: Fullscreen
- Studio: BBC Warner
- DVD Release Date: August 30, 2005
ENGLISH: Dolby Digital Stereo [CC]
- Color: Color
Episode 1: Sandy (Jenny Funnell) has moved herself into the Pargetter household. Lionel (Geoffrey Palmer) finds himself surrounded by females and wonders if he has done the right thing by moving in with Jean (Judi Dench).
Episode 2: The American producers have requested some spicier rewrites in Lionel's script. One of Jean's secretaries is brought in to help, but how much help can one expect from one over-zealous secretary?
Episode 3: Lionel's chattering secretary, Gwen, is still around with her 'helpful' suggestions, but Jean devises a plan to get rid of her without hurting her feelings.
Episode 4: Jean's sister-in-law, Penny, is convinced that her husband is having an affair with his dental hygienist. Penny insists on moving in with Jean and Lionel.
Episode 5: The American producer is scouting locations for the miniseries. Jean and Lionel hear some unexpected but welcome news from his father, Rocky, and his quite eccentric wife, Madge.
Episode 6: Lionel's proposal to Jean has been accepted, but Judy (Moira Brooker) is now barely on speaking terms with Alistair. Stephen's plans for a surprise anniversary party for Penny go hopelessly wrong.
Episode 7: Jean and Lionel set the date for their wedding. Lionel has at last finished the script for the American miniseries based on his and Jean's romance.
Episode 8: Wedding day nerves appear to get the best of Lionel. Meanwhile, Jean does her best to remain composed in spite of her sister-in-law's well-intentioned efforts to calm her.
Episode 9: Judy has a new romantic interest. From Sandy's evasive comments, there is clearly a problem. Jean's efforts on her daughter's behalf only lead to further complications.
Episode 10: The miniseries based on Jean and Lionel's romance is finally in production. The American producers reveal some of the 'improvements' they have wrought in Lionel's original script.