History Series / TwoPointFourChildren

25th Oct '15 5:06:54 PM mlsmithca
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* StandardizedSitcomHousing: the setting is what could be called ''The Creator/{{BBC}} Semi-Dee'' - the universal semi-detached house found universally all over Britain, and since the 1950's the standard set for BBC family sitcoms of the ''[[Creator/TerryScott TerryAndJune]]'' genre. Although ''2.4 Children'' [[GenreSavvy knowingly sends up]] the twee and dated assumptions of the London-based sitcom about a middle-class family, living humdrum comfortable lives in nice parts of suburbia.
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* StandardizedSitcomHousing: the setting is what could be called ''The Creator/{{BBC}} Semi-Dee'' - the universal semi-detached house found universally all over Britain, and since the 1950's the standard set for BBC family sitcoms of the ''[[Creator/TerryScott TerryAndJune]]'' ''Series/TerryAndJune'' genre. Although ''2.4 Children'' [[GenreSavvy knowingly sends up]] the twee and dated assumptions of the London-based sitcom about a middle-class family, living humdrum comfortable lives in nice parts of suburbia.
25th Oct '15 4:55:39 PM nombretomado
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The episodes could be very surreal -- one ended up as a parody of ThePrisoner. And Bill had numerous prophetic dreams given to her by her SpiritAdvisor, a biker.
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The episodes could be very surreal -- one ended up as a parody of ThePrisoner.''Series/ThePrisoner''. And Bill had numerous prophetic dreams given to her by her SpiritAdvisor, a biker.
10th Sep '15 4:37:39 AM AgProv
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thrice-damned link formatting
* StandardizedSitcomHousing: the setting is what could be called ''The Creator/{{BBC}} Semi-Dee'' - the universal semi-detached house found universally all over Britain, and since the 1950's the standard set for BBC family sitcoms of the ''[[Creator/TerryScott Series/TerryAndJune]]'' genre. Although ''2.4 Children'' [[GenreSavvy knowingly sends up]] the twee and dated assumptions of the London-based sitcom about a middle-class family, living humdrum comfortable lives in nice parts of suburbia.
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* StandardizedSitcomHousing: the setting is what could be called ''The Creator/{{BBC}} Semi-Dee'' - the universal semi-detached house found universally all over Britain, and since the 1950's the standard set for BBC family sitcoms of the ''[[Creator/TerryScott Series/TerryAndJune]]'' TerryAndJune]]'' genre. Although ''2.4 Children'' [[GenreSavvy knowingly sends up]] the twee and dated assumptions of the London-based sitcom about a middle-class family, living humdrum comfortable lives in nice parts of suburbia.
10th Sep '15 4:37:05 AM AgProv
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Linking to creator page - no works page yet for Series/Terry And June.
* StandardizedSitcomHousing: the setting is what could be called ''The Creator/{{BBC}} Semi-Dee'' - the universal semi-detached house found universally all over Britain, and since the 1950's the standard set for BBC family sitcoms of the ''Series/TerryAndJune'' genre. Although ''2.4 Children'' [[GenreSavvy knowingly sends up]] the twee and dated assumptions of the London-based sitcom about a middle-class family, living humdrum comfortable lives in nice parts of suburbia.
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* StandardizedSitcomHousing: the setting is what could be called ''The Creator/{{BBC}} Semi-Dee'' - the universal semi-detached house found universally all over Britain, and since the 1950's the standard set for BBC family sitcoms of the ''Series/TerryAndJune'' ''[[Creator/TerryScott Series/TerryAndJune]]'' genre. Although ''2.4 Children'' [[GenreSavvy knowingly sends up]] the twee and dated assumptions of the London-based sitcom about a middle-class family, living humdrum comfortable lives in nice parts of suburbia.
10th Sep '15 4:35:14 AM AgProv
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link. Again.
* StandardizedSitcomHousing: the setting is what could be called ''The Creator/BBC Semi-Dee'' - the universal semi-detached house found universally all over Britain, and since the 1950's the standard set for BBC family sitcoms of the ''Series/TerryAndJune'' genre. Although ''2.4 Children'' [[GenreSavvy knowingly sends up]] the twee and dated assumptions of the London-based sitcom about a middle-class family, living humdrum comfortable lives in nice parts of suburbia.
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* StandardizedSitcomHousing: the setting is what could be called ''The Creator/BBC Creator/{{BBC}} Semi-Dee'' - the universal semi-detached house found universally all over Britain, and since the 1950's the standard set for BBC family sitcoms of the ''Series/TerryAndJune'' genre. Although ''2.4 Children'' [[GenreSavvy knowingly sends up]] the twee and dated assumptions of the London-based sitcom about a middle-class family, living humdrum comfortable lives in nice parts of suburbia.
10th Sep '15 4:32:59 AM AgProv
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"standardized". Spelt with a "zee". OK.
* StandardSitcomHousing: the setting is what could be called ''The Creator/BBC Semi-Dee'' - the universal semi-detached house found universally all over Britain, and since the 1950's the standard set for BBC family sitcoms of the ''Series/TerryAndJune'' genre. Although ''2.4 Children'' [[GenreSavvy knowingly sends up]] the twee and dated assumptions of the London-based sitcom about a middle-class family, living humdrum comfortable lives in nice parts of suburbia.
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* StandardSitcomHousing: StandardizedSitcomHousing: the setting is what could be called ''The Creator/BBC Semi-Dee'' - the universal semi-detached house found universally all over Britain, and since the 1950's the standard set for BBC family sitcoms of the ''Series/TerryAndJune'' genre. Although ''2.4 Children'' [[GenreSavvy knowingly sends up]] the twee and dated assumptions of the London-based sitcom about a middle-class family, living humdrum comfortable lives in nice parts of suburbia.
10th Sep '15 4:31:39 AM AgProv
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*StandardSitcomHousing: the setting is what could be called ''The Creator/BBC Semi-Dee'' - the universal semi-detached house found universally all over Britain, and since the 1950's the standard set for BBC family sitcoms of the ''Series/TerryAndJune'' genre. Although ''2.4 Children'' [[GenreSavvy knowingly sends up]] the twee and dated assumptions of the London-based sitcom about a middle-class family, living humdrum comfortable lives in nice parts of suburbia.
19th Jul '15 12:14:56 PM talltalltree
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* AwayInAManger - Happens in an episode where Rona finds an abandoned baby at Christmas.
14th Jul '15 10:33:55 AM talltalltree
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* {{Alucard}} - A variant in one episode where Bill and Ben come to suspect their neighbour, Mrs Crudaal, is a vampire after realising that her name is an anagram of Dracula.

* DropInCharacter * FakingTheDead - In one episode, Jake dies suddenly and leaves a will demanding that Ben throw him a ''Series/StarTrek''-themed funeral. It turns out he faked the whole thing to humiliate Ben.
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* DropInCharacter DropInCharacter - Rona and Christine * FakingTheDead - In one episode, Jake dies suddenly and leaves a will demanding that Ben throw him arrange a ''Series/StarTrek''-themed funeral.funeral for him. It turns out he faked the whole thing to humiliate Ben.

* DropInCharacter * FakingTheDead ImpossiblyDeliciousFood - In one episode, Jake dies suddenly and leaves a will demanding that Ben throw him a ''Series/StarTrek''-themed funeral. It turns out he faked the whole thing to humiliate Ben.The addictively delicious "Drool" chocolate bars.

* DropInCharacter * FakingTheDead - In one episode, Jake dies suddenly and leaves a will demanding that Ben throw him a ''Series/StarTrek''-themed funeral. It turns out he faked the whole thing to humiliate Ben.MaybeMagicMaybeMundane

* NotSoAboveItAll - Bill maybe the only sane woman, but she does lose it when things get too much, plus every so often she proves she can be just as unusual as the rest of her family.
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* NotSoAboveItAll - Bill maybe may be the only sane woman, but she does lose it when things get too much, plus every so often she proves she can be just as unusual as the rest of her family.

* NotSoAboveItAll ObstructiveBureaucrat - Dawn, the officious bank employee that Bill maybe the only sane woman, but she does lose it when things get too much, plus every so often she proves she can be just as unusual as the rest of her family.keeps getting stuck with.

* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute
11th Dec '14 6:21:24 PM mlsmithca
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"Loose" and "lose" are not interchangeable. Neither are "to" and "too". And "Every so often" and "on occasion" are synonyms, so using them in the same sentence is redundant.
* MrsRobinson - possibly. One episode was centred around Bill reading David's diary and becoming convinced he was in a relationship with an older woman ... then learning the woman was his drama teacher and he was appearing in a production of ''TheGraduate'' ... and ''then'' at the very end, he thanks the teacher for "everything. No, ''[[TeacherStudentRomance everything]]''".
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* MrsRobinson - possibly. One episode was centred around Bill reading David's diary and becoming convinced he was in a relationship with an older woman ... then learning the woman was his drama teacher and he was appearing in a production of ''TheGraduate'' ... and ''then'' at the very end, he thanks the teacher for "everything. No, "No, ''[[TeacherStudentRomance everything]]''".

* NotSoAboveItAll - Bill maybe the only sane man, but she does loose it when things get to much, plus every so often she proves on occasion she can be just as unusual as the rest of her family.
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* NotSoAboveItAll - Bill maybe the only sane man, woman, but she does loose lose it when things get to too much, plus every so often she proves on occasion she can be just as unusual as the rest of her family.
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