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FortySomething season 1

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6 episodes (608 views)

Air weekdate:Sunday Cast:Anna Chancellor, Hugh Laurie, Benedict Cumberbatch, Peter Capaldi, Sheila Hancock Genre:Comedy Channel:ITV1 Status:Ended

7.3 (3 votes)

FortySomething season 1 episodes list:

Episode #1: Pilot (air date: 2003-06-29)

Set in the west London suburb of Putney. Paul Slippery a sexually frustrated, red-tape wrapped GP is jealous of his three promiscuous teenage sons – Rory, Jack and Edwin – and thinks his wife Estelle may be having a lesbian affair.

Episode #2: Episode Two (air date: 2003-07-06)

Paul promises Estelle that he will cook a romantic meal, but has difficulty getting everyone out of the house. When Estelle's boss asks her to take Pilfrey out to lunch, Paul jumps to the wrong conclusion.

Episode #3: Episode Three (air date: 2003-07-13)

Paul is feeling paranoid. Dr Pilfrey is busy sending love e-mails to Paul's wife, Estelle, and Paul's youngest son Edwin has been forging encouraging replies.

Episode #4: Episode Four (air date: 2003-07-20)

Edwin makes Paul buy from him a love potion which makes Paul thinks that it will help him to have sex with Estelle but gains the opposite resault. In attempt to reconcil with her he sneaks into a lecture that Estelle is having for women. Also, Laura and Lucy introduce Woj to Edwin.

Episode #5: Episode Five (air date: 2003-07-27)

Paul suspects Estelle is having an affair which makes him getting himself by mistake to an AA meeting which makes everyone to think that he is an alcoholic.

Episode #6: Episode Six (air date: 2003-08-09)

Paul starts hearing voices again, Estelle is upset - and they still haven't had sex. Gwendolen offers Estelle somewhere to stay while she sorts herself out. And Pilfrey hypnotises Paul to make chicken noises whenever he is sexually aroused. Written by Nigel Williams.


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