Next Episode of Never the Twain is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
"Never the Twain" is a British sitcom that ran for eleven series from 7 September 1981 to 9 October 1991. It was created by Johnnie Mortimer, and was the only sitcom he ever created without his usual writing partner, Brian Cooke. Simon Peel and Oliver Smallbridge are two men with a lot in common. Not only are they both in the antiques trade, but they have adjacent shops, and even their homes are side-by-side. Both are one-parent family men and neither will stop at anything to get the better of the other. The pair's rivalry doesn't stop their offspring from falling in love and getting married though!
A series of mishaps contribute to a difficult day for Simon and, especially, Oliver.
Simon advertises for an assistant for his shop but runs into trouble after interviewing one applicant.
Simon is feeling melancholic and decides to make a big change to his life.
Simon arouses Oliver's suspicions and, in turn, Oliver is the subject of a rumour. These lead to gossip in the village.
Simon holds a meeting of the Residents' Association. There is a new resident who is about to move in and this leads to a sleepless night for both Simon and Oliver.
Off to Paris but soon they are in trouble at the restaurant and with the police, also causing a lot of trouble to an embassy official.
Christmas time. Simon and Oliver volunteer to keep watch overnight in the local church.
Christopher Morris(David Peel #2)
Honor Blackman(Veronica Barton)
Julia Watson(Lyn Peel)
Zara Nutley(Aunt Eleanor)
Windsor Davies(Oliver Smallbridge)
Robin Kermode(David Peel)
Donald Sinden(Simon Peel)
Maria Charles(Mrs. Sadler)
Tacy Kneale(Lyn Peel #2)
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