Luv (TV series)
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of series||2|
|No. of episodes||18|
|Running time||30 minutes|
|Original release||9 March 1993 – 20 April 1994|
Luv is a British television sitcom made by the BBC in 1993 which ran for 18 episodes. The writer and executive producer was Carla Lane. The main characters, Terese and Harold Craven, were played by Sue Johnston and Michael Angelis.
Among the guest stars to feature in the series were George Clooney, Tony Blair, Tim Peake, Bob Carolgees and Benjamin Netanyahu.
Episode 1: Eddie and Ritchie hit each other with frying pans whilst Spudgun watches on.
Episode 2: Breaking the speed of light causes Future Echoes on board the mining ship Red Dwarf.
Episode 3: Alan reveals to Lynn his big plate trick in the canteen at the Travel Lodge.
Episode 4: Gary and Tony get drunk and set fire to the shed. Dorothy and Deborah roll their eyes.
Episode 5: David Brent breaks down when head office tell him he’s being made redundant.
Episode 6: Father Ted has to explain to Dougal that the cows further away are not tiny like the toy cows he has in front of him.
Episode 7: Daisy and Tim pretend to be a couple so they can rent a flat as a professional couple.
Episode 8: Den Perry and Brian Potter have words that suggest Den set fire to the Phoenix Club
Episode 9: Basil Fawlty mentions the war.
Episode 1: Eddie and Ritchie hit each other with baseball bats whilst Spudgun watches on.
Episode 2: Lister tells the crew about being found as a baby in a box under a pool table in Bootle.
Episode 3: Alan doesn't get a second series.
Episode 4: Gary and Tony get drunk and set fire to the kitchen. Dorothy and Deborah roll their eyes.
Episode 5: 15 years after being made redundant, David Brent goes on the road with his hired backing group.
Episode 6: Father Ted has to explain yet again to Dougal that the cows further away are not tiny like the toy cows he has in front of him.
Episode 7: Marsha finds out Daisy and Tim aren't a professional couple and they fear that they may be evicted.
Episode 8: Brian Potter is called in the middle of the night by Max and Paddy pretending to be Mixu Paatelainen.
Episode 9: Basil Fawlty mentions the war again, this time he does a silly walk.