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Clatterford: The Complete Season Three (2008 2009/BBC DVD)

Picture: B- Sound: B- Extras: D Episodes: B+



Welcome to the town of Clatterford, where the Woman's Guild meets and shares their daily gossips and woes. Hardly a day goes by without something happening to someone in town and is eventually leaked out by the evening to everyone in the town pub. The littlest things might be misinterpreted and turned into a town scandal before the night is done. With the ladies of the Guild they will leave you laughing with their warm and gentle comedy.
Do not underestimate the ladies of the Guild, because if there is any trouble they'll always be the ones to find it. In Season Three, Sal continues her life as the merry widow as she tries to get her hippy daughter Tash to move out her house.  Adding to her troubles she finds out the barn behind her house is to be developed by Jock the builder she rallies the Woman's Guild to oppose his monstrosity, but when the ladies find out the house might be built for a famous actor some of the ladies begin having second thoughts and two opposing camps eventually form. But even more shocking is when Sal begins to find herself attracted to Jock... and what would ladies say when they found out about that?
Know as Jam & Jerusalem in the United Kingdom this series is delightful British comedy. It is a 6 episode series tells the tale of friendly ladies with their love to talk and gossip in their small town. It is sort of like the American TV show Cheers (expect with a bunch of British ladies). With all the various energetic & eccentric ladies of the guild they deliver comedy running all over and all around town with their British humor. Anything from personal matters, family matters, job matters, or even political matters everything eventually becomes a town matter, but nothing can't be resolve by the evening drink at the pub.



- Ricky Chiang


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