Friday Night Dinner

Fridays, 5:00 PM ET on Channel 4

30 minutes

A sitcom the gloriously idiosyncratic Goodman family. Starring Simon 'Will from The Inbetweeners' Bird, Tamsin Greig, Paul Ritter, newcomer Tom Rosenthal and guest star Mark Heap.

Fridays, 5:00 PM ET on Channel 4

30 minutes

A sitcom the gloriously idiosyncratic Goodman family. Starring Simon 'Will from The Inbetweeners' Bird, Tamsin Greig, Paul Ritter, newcomer Tom Rosenthal and guest star Mark Heap.

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The day has finally arrived: 80 year-old Grandma is getting married to the horrible 85 year-old, Mr Morris. Mum is in pieces but tries to stay calm. The boys are fed up, as Mr Morris has insisted they wear matching brown suits with big white bow ties: "We look like pimps!" says Jonny. On top of this, Grandma is really nervous "You do think I'm doing the right thing, marrying Lou?", she asks mum.
The boys are to take Mr Morris to the synagogue, but Mr Morris - seeing that the back of Adam's trousers are all wet (Jonny soaked them earlier) - forces Adam to sit in a bin bag ("I won't have you soiling your grubby bottom in my vehicle!").
Finally the wedding ceremony begins. Grandma - in her big white, wedding dress, walks down the isle towards Mr Morris, as mum tries hard not to cry.
But when it comes to Grandma's time to say 'I do', what will she say? Will she, or won't she?

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s3e6 The Big Day
July 25, 2014
The day has finally arrived: 80 year-old Grandma is getting married to the horrible 85 year-old, Mr Morris. Mum is in pieces but tries to stay calm. The boys are fed up, as Mr Morris has insisted they wear matching brown suits with big white bow ties: "We look like pimps!" says Jonny. On top of this, Grandma is really nervous "You do think I'm doing the right thing, marrying Lou?", she asks mum. The boys are to take Mr Morris to the synagogue, but Mr Morris - seeing that the back of Adam's trousers are all wet (Jonny soaked them earlier) - forces Adam to sit in a bin bag ("I won't have you soiling your grubby bottom in my vehicle!"). Finally the wedding ceremony begins. Grandma - in her big white, wedding dress, walks down the isle towards Mr Morris, as mum tries hard not to cry. But when it comes to Grandma's time to say 'I do', what will she say? Will she, or won't she?
Season Finale
Mum's all excited - she's just had the downstairs carpet cleaned - "Boys - what do you think?" She asks. "Well, it's definitely a carpet" replies a disinterested Jonny. There's a shoes-off policy in the house.
Meanwhile, Dad's bought a new piano, and is waiting for the piano tuner to come round to tune it. The piano tuner has an unfortunate name - Mr Greencock - which the boys obviously find funny.
Mr Greencock (LIAM O' CARROLL) is blind and has a guide dog. To mum's horror, he instantly treads mud into he lovely clean carpet. Mum doesn't have the heart to tell him to take his shoes off, and soon her carpet is ruined. On top of this, the blind Mr Greencock is quite simply the world's most sarcastic man. ("I'm sorry I'm late. My car wouldn't start" he announces).
Mum is not prepared to have the carpet in the living room destroyed, so while Mr Greencock goes to the toilet, she forces dad and the boys to wheel the piano out and into the kitchen. "What a normal place to put a piano" says Adam.
Later, the family go out for a meal, leaving the awful Mr Greencock alone in the house. At the restaurant, they spot Aunty Val (TRACY ANN OBERMAN) having a romantic dinner with a man (DAN SKINNER) who is not Larry, her husband. When Val sees that she's been spotted, she bursts into tears. Yes, Aunty Val is having an affair.
Val turns up later at the Goodman's house, in tears. "What have I done to Larry?" she moans. But when her angry husband, Larry (STEVE FURST) arrives, demanding answers from Val, all hell breaks out in the Goodman household. With Mr Greencock on hand with his sarcastic comments, a livid, jealous man on the rampage, and Jim, mysteriously in the bath, how will mum, dad and the boys control the situation

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s3e5 The Piano
July 18, 2014
Mum's all excited - she's just had the downstairs carpet cleaned - "Boys - what do you think?" She asks. "Well, it's definitely a carpet" replies a disinterested Jonny. There's a shoes-off policy in the house. Meanwhile, Dad's bought a new piano, and is waiting for the piano tuner to come round to tune it. The piano tuner has an unfortunate name - Mr Greencock - which the boys obviously find funny. Mr Greencock (LIAM O' CARROLL) is blind and has a guide dog. To mum's horror, he instantly treads mud into he lovely clean carpet. Mum doesn't have the heart to tell him to take his shoes off, and soon her carpet is ruined. On top of this, the blind Mr Greencock is quite simply the world's most sarcastic man. ("I'm sorry I'm late. My car wouldn't start" he announces). Mum is not prepared to have the carpet in the living room destroyed, so while Mr Greencock goes to the toilet, she forces dad and the boys to wheel the piano out and into the kitchen. "What a normal place to put a piano" says Adam. Later, the family go out for a meal, leaving the awful Mr Greencock alone in the house. At the restaurant, they spot Aunty Val (TRACY ANN OBERMAN) having a romantic dinner with a man (DAN SKINNER) who is not Larry, her husband. When Val sees that she's been spotted, she bursts into tears. Yes, Aunty Val is having an affair. Val turns up later at the Goodman's house, in tears. "What have I done to Larry?" she moans. But when her angry husband, Larry (STEVE FURST) arrives, demanding answers from Val, all hell breaks out in the Goodman household. With Mr Greencock on hand with his sarcastic comments, a livid, jealous man on the rampage, and Jim, mysteriously in the bath, how will mum, dad and the boys control the situation
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s1e4 The Dress
March 25, 2011
March 25, 2011
The Dress
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s1e5 The Mercedes
April 1, 2011
April 1, 2011
The Mercedes
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s1e6 The Date
April 8, 2011
April 8, 2011
The Date
Season Finale
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s2e1 Buggy
October 7, 2012
October 7, 2012
Buggy
Season Premiere
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s2e2 Mr Morris
October 14, 2012
October 14, 2012
Mr Morris
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s2e3 The Loft
October 21, 2012
October 21, 2012
The Loft
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s2e4 The New Car
October 28, 2012
October 28, 2012
The New Car
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s2e5 The Yoghurts
November 4, 2012
November 4, 2012
The Yoghurts
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s2e6 The Mouse
November 11, 2012
November 11, 2012
The Mouse
Season Finale
Webtv featured
s2e7 Christmas Special
December 20, 2012
December 20, 2012
Christmas Special
Christmas
Friday night dinner series3 episode1
s3e1 The Girlfriend
June 20, 2014
June 20, 2014
The Girlfriend
Season Premiere
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s3e2 The Fox
June 27, 2014
June 27, 2014
The Fox
7
s3e3 Mr Morris Returns
July 4, 2014
July 4, 2014
Mr Morris Returns
1
s3e4 The Anniversary
July 11, 2014
July 11, 2014
The Anniversary
1
s3e5 The Piano
July 18, 2014
July 18, 2014
The Piano
3
s3e6 The Big Day
July 25, 2014
July 25, 2014
The Big Day
Season Finale

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Great Show, funny, well written. If you enjoy British comedy you'll love this
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