Starring: Nicholas Lyndhurst, Dervla Kirwan, Michelle Holmes, Victor McGuire, Christopher Ettridge.
This is your chance to re-live the hapless antics of Time-traveller and ex-TV repairman Gary Sparrow (Nicholas Lyndhurst).
Gary is still torn between the two women in his life - his long-suffering, but bossy 1990's wife Yvonne (Michelle Holmes), and his 1940's lover Phoebe (Dervla Kirwan). Is it time for him to make a decision?
This 2 disc set features all ten hilarious episodes from the second series of the critically acclaimed 'Goodnight Sweetheart'.
'Don't Get Around Very Much Any More' - Gary need to finance his and Yvonne's move to a new house. Ron will not lend him the money but he suggests that Gary earns the money by going back to the 1940's and investing it. Gary is reluctant, he may meet Phoebe. He does and she is now a changed woman - strong, sensual and passionate.
'I've Got It Bad, And That Ain't Good' - Yvonne and Gary are still trying to sell their house. Yvonne still wants a baby but Gary has lost interest in sex. Ron advises Gary, who is still obsessed with Phoebe, to go back to the 1940's and see if it is sex or Yvonne he has lost interest in.
'Just One More Chance' - Gary has lost his driving licence and his marriage looks set to end. He seeks comfort with Phoebe but feels guilty about Yvonne. He resolves to change and become decisive...
'Wish Me Luck' - Yvonne has been promoted but it means a move to Cheshire. Gary does not want to go and decides he will fake his own suicide and live with Phoebe in the 1940's. But the 1940's is not the bed of roses he thought it would be.
'As You Wave Me Goodbye' - Gary is beginning to regret his 'suicide' and goes back to an amorous reunion with Yvonne. With an eased conscience Gary returns to the 1940's and Phoebe, but all is not well...
'Who's Taking You Home Tonight' - Having lost his job, Gary is now working at Nostradamus Press with Ron (Victor McGuire), but his time-travelling means that he is neglecting Yvonne. Phoebe invites Gary for a romantic dinner and so does Yvonne! But as ever, the resourceful Gary manages to spend the evening with both women - courtesy of the toilet window in his local Indian restaurant!
'Would You Like To Swing On A Star' - Gary finds an inventive way of making money, by buying rare 78's in the 1940's and re-selling them in the 1990's. However, real stardom beckons when Gary enters a talent competition and is offered a spot on tour by the impresario Mr Wix; and, thanks to Yvonne, the lead part in a local theatre production.
'Nice Work If You Can Get It' - Gary's singing career in the 1940's is going very well, so are his amateur dramatics and his entrepreneurial trading in rare 78's, but has he taken on too much?
'Let Yourself Go' - Gary has finally cracked up and his feelings for both women are even more confused. Phoebe is tempted by a young American RAF volunteer, but turns him down. Back in the 1990's, Yvonne thinks she might be pregnant.
'Don't Fence Me In' - In this, the concluding epiosde of the second series, Gary back in the 1990's, is distressed to find that the demolition men have moved into Ducketts Passage. Could this mean the end to his time-travelling antics?
DVD Extras: Commentaries by series writers and creators Maurice Gran and Laurence Marks, Interview with actor Christopher Ettridge, (PC Deadman).
This is your chance to re-live the hapless antics of Time-traveller ex-TV repairman Gary Sparrow
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