My Family - Series 7

Release Date: 24 September 2007 | Certificate: To Be Announced
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On the face of it, the Harper family seem quite normal, dentist Ben Harper (Robert Lindsay) is long suffering husband to control freak Susan (Zoe Wannamaker) and their very demanding children, Nick, Janey and Michael. But step inside their chaotic Chiswick home and witness all the comic dramas and relationship tangles as they unfold. The seventh series of this phenomenally successful family comedy features more hysterical misadventures of the dysfunctional Harper household. Includes all nine episodes.

When a mystery man arrives asking for Janey – Susan finally discovers the identity of Kenzo’s father. Roger and Abi's marriage announcement gives Susan the idea to renew her marriage vows despite protests from Ben. A death in the dentist’s chair is not very good for business, but, as Ben discovers, it isn’t very good for your private life either. Michael succeeds in placing the whole family on The Weakest Link, but Anne Robinson raises more difficult questions than might have been expected.

Episodes: "The Ego Has Landed"; "Four Affairs And A Funeral"; "Once More With Feeling"; "Dutch Art And Dutch Courage"; "Susan Of Troy"; "One Of The Boys"; "Abi Ever After"; "Breaking Up Ain't Hard To Do"; "Life Begins At Fifty".

Starring: Robert Lindsay, Zoë Wanamaker, Daniela Denby-Ashe, Gabriel Thomson, Siobhan Hayes, Keiron Self, Rhodri Meilir.

Release Date: 24 September 2007
Certificate: tba - To Be Announced

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Main Language: English

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Catalogue No: 2EDVD0188