Terrific revival of the classic sitcom, with much the same cast, a plausible follow up scenario and the same gentle but genuinely funny sense of humour. Roy Clarke has lost none of his genius for turning a good line in to a killer joke, simply by tailoring his humour to the character and actor's strengths. Sir David Jason, ages the character of Granville to perfection and in doing so gives us a whole new insight in to why his Uncle was the way he was, by putting the pathos at a perfect pitch, never straying in to sentimentality. The new character of Leroy, is a modern equivalent of the Granville of old who much to his father's chagrin has everything he would have wished for in his youth. The father's half hearted attempts to "slow the lad down" only really serve to show how much he loves his boy as there is none of the genuine meanness of Arkwright senior behind the plans. All in all this demonstrates admirably how modern comedy has lost it's way, by showing HOW TO DO IT PROPERLY.