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My Husband and I (1987 TV series)

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My Husband and I (1987 TV series)

My Husband and I
Genre Sitcom
Starring Mollie Sugden
William Moore
Country of origin United Kingdom
No. of episodes 15
Running time 30 minutes
Original channel ITV
Original run 9 January 1987 – 20 May 1988

My Husband and I is a British sitcom that aired on ITV from 1987 to 1988. Starring Mollie Sugden and her husband William Moore, it was written by Pam Valentine and Michael Ashton.


Following the end of That's My Boy, the writers Pam Valentine and Michael Ashton wrote a new sitcom for Mollie Sugden. The result was My Husband and I. Like That's My Boy it was made by Yorkshire Television.



Nora Powers is the head of personnel at Ashvale Advertising. However, when Nora's retired husband George joins Ashvale Advertising as chief commissionaire, she soon gets very embarrassed.


Series One (1987)

  1. "Wait Till I Get You Home" (9 January 1987)
  2. "The Poor Man at his Gate" (16 January 1987)
  3. "A Matter of Discipline" (23 January 1987)
  4. "Nobody Wants November" (30 January 1987)
  5. "First Impressions" (6 February 1987)
  6. "A Woman Obsessed" (13 February 1987)
  7. "I Got It Free From the Tea Lady" (20 February 1987)

Christmas Special (1987)

  • "No Place Like Home" (18 December 1987)

Series Two (1988)

  1. "Of Grave Concern" (8 April 1988)
  2. "The Office Person" (15 April 1988)
  3. "A Star is Born" (22 April 1988)
  4. "The Take Over Bid" (29 April 1988)
  5. "On the Carpet" (6 May 1988)
  6. "Why Not Borrow George?" (13 May 1988)
  7. "Food for Thought" (20 May 1988)

DVD releases

A single episode of My Husband and I has been released by Network DVD on a DVD called "Classic ITV Christmas Comedy".


  • Mark Lewisohn, "Radio Times Guide to TV Comedy", BBC Worldwide Ltd, 2003
  • at British TV Comedy

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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