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Forget your 'Dad's Armys', and 'Aint 'Alf Hot Mum's, this was the business. I fortunately was able to recapture it when the complete series was aired on satellite in the UK. While watching them, I actually found myself utterly embarrassed...Because I was laughing aloud at the Television like an unhinged school boy.
I guess that's because it was made in the care free days of the 1970s, when sitcoms were actually funny.
NCO: 'Smiff? Is that spelt wiv one F or two.'
SMITH: 'No. Three.'
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