The Two Ronnies (1971–1987)
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Sketches include a fancy dress office party, we have an episode of 'Indian Cookery' hosted by Ringo Chutney, two tramps discuss why they gave up employment, a coal man is protective of his ... See full summary »

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Marcus Mortimer
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Episode complete credited cast:
Ronnie Barker ... Himself / Various Characters
Ronnie Corbett ... Himself / Various Characters
Barbara Dickson Barbara Dickson ... Herself
Laura Frances Hart Laura Frances Hart
Steve Ismay Steve Ismay ... (as Stephen Ismay)
Eryl Maynard
Ann Michelle ... Deidre
John Owens ... Man on Table at Party
Annabel Price Annabel Price ... Sorceress
Roberta Tovey ... Susie Grundy
Terry Sartain Terry Sartain
Derek Ware Derek Ware
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Sketches include a fancy dress office party, we have an episode of 'Indian Cookery' hosted by Ringo Chutney, two tramps discuss why they gave up employment, a coal man is protective of his daughter, we go to the Annual Crumpsall & District Chapter Hells Yokels Barndance, we go to a pub that only sells many different varieties water, Ronnie talks about his sex appeal and brings his fan mail, and the final drama is a Viking drama called 'The Secret of the Sorcerers Tomb' where we find out about the retirement of Mudguard the Mighty. The musical performer is Barbara Dickson. Written by jem

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1 February 1986 (UK) See more »

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Lover Man
Written by Roger Ramirez, James Edward Davis and 'Jimmy Sherman'
Performed by Barbara Dickson
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Goodbye from them
15 February 2017 | by studioATSee all my reviews

Every show has its day, and sadly after 12 series, combined with a changing comedy landscape, by this episode 'The Two Ronnies' had had their day.

It shows here. The party format has been wrung dry, the sketches have become more than a little bum and tit obsessed (a critique often made when talking about Ronnie Barker's work) and the un PC qualities shine through more so now than ever.

The only aspect of the show that does still seem fresh is Ronnie Corbett's chair monologues, but I found this episode hard going to watch.

I'm a fan of 'The Two Ronnies' - at their peak they were fantastic, but 12 series is a long time for any sketch show to stay fresh, and sadly by this point it was time to say goodnight.


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