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not planed. TV Show was canceled.
"Tucker's Luck" was a British television series made by the BBC between 1983 and 1985. The series is a spin-off from the school drama Grange Hill and capitalised on the popularity of one of the series' original characters — Peter "Tucker" Jenkins, played by Todd Carty. Tucker's Luck followed the exploits of Tucker and his friends, Alan Humphries and Tommy Watson, after they had left school and their attempts to find employment and cope out there in the "real world".
Tucker tries to discourage Alan from befriending a homeless man. Tommy places bets for someone who never loses.
Jobs are scarce, but Tucker, Tommy and Passmore all have prospects and it appears their luck has changed.
Tucker and Tommy have each found jobs, while Passmore is given a sale's pitch. Alan's family life is in turmoil which prevents him from looking for a job. The boys help Creamy move into a new place.
Tucker's delivery job and friendship with Sarah turn his thoughts to design school. Passmore questions the tactics of his bosses.
Tommy agrees to invite Tucker to his club, but only if Tucker brings a date. Alan and Creamy arrive uninvited. Tucker's choice for the date angers both Sarah and Creamy.
Sarah warns Tucker that Tommy is going to take part in a heist. Tucker, Alan, Creamy, and Junior make plans to stop it.
Alan has joined Creamy's band and they get a paying gig as an opening act. Tucker doesn't like the attitude of the headliners and makes sure the night will be memorable.
Tucker, Tommy, Sarah, Creamy, and Uncle Vic have all lost their jobs and Alan still hasn't found one. But Tucker and Alan search for a solution that will allow them to keep their dignity and give them an identity.
Happy days are here again. Prospects look bright for Tucker, Alan, Creamy, Sarah, Ade, Junior, and Stu. But what's left for Tommy?
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