What's your favorite Good life/good neighbours episode

Do you think The Good Life could be remade, with me or Dave playing Tom Good (maybe not!)? If you have seen something on TV or heard something on the radio recently that you want to talk about, tell us here.
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Post: #3913 Andy Hamilton
Sat Jun 11, 2005 11:57 am

greenchi wrote:She still is cute.... did you see her in Rosemary and Thyme... Gardening sleuths if I recall :roll:

She must have been cryogenically stored for the last 30 years I guess ...


Must be all that good living that has kept her young. Seems to work; did you know that nev/wombat is 145? :lol:
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Post: #3932 shiney
Sat Jun 11, 2005 6:34 pm

How to make friends and influence people Andy. If you and Nev ever meet up, he may 'pop' you one!

He doesn't look a day over 29. :wink:
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Post: #3936 Wombat
Sat Jun 11, 2005 11:22 pm

Thanks Andy and Shiney,

If I was 29 I would have had a bloody hard life!

A few years back, when I was doing some work in Thailand I was talking to the manager of the plant where I was working (the Thais usually look pretty young for their age) and he said that he was about to turn 45. As luck would have it was also about to turn 45 and I said this. He made no comment but the look on his face was a very loud "Bullsh1t". All I could was laugh and say "Yeah, I know, I've had a hard life!" :oops:

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