Sir David Jason returns for a second series of Roy Clarke's much loved sitcom, reprising his role as Granville running the shop with his son, Leroy and continuing to serve the locals with a keen and inventive eye on a profit. Over the series, beginning with a Christmas episode, Granville is still being frustrated in his courtship of the forgetful Mavis by her formidable sister, Madge. He is sure however, that under Gastric's noisy stomach lies a man that would be deeply attractive to Madge and could distract her from his wooing of Mavis. Can he get them together? There's... more romance with Mrs. Featherstone who has her eye on a new local, Mr. Newbold but can she surrender her desire for Granville? Elsewhere, Nurse Gladys has a new job to keep her occupied and Mrs Hussein is always full of local gossip. And Eric and Cyril are always in trouble with their wives but luckily they have Granville to sell them a solution. [show more]
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All six episodes from the second series of the BBC comedy with David Jason reprising his role as Granville from the classic sitcom 'Open All Hours'. After inheriting the family corner shop from his deceased uncle Arkwright, Granville (Jason) returns to run the business with his son Leroy (James Baxter). The former shop assistant maintains his uncle's frugality as he craftily tries to shift stock to the local customers while also pondering expanding his existing enterprise. Meanwhile, Granville persists in pursuing old love interest Mavis (Maggie Ollerenshaw) and deals with her unpleasant sister Madge (Brigit Forsyth) by trying to set her up with Gastric (Tim Healy).