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Riding high on his success as both Rising Damp’s seedy landlord Rigsby and frustrated middle-manager and fantasist Reggie Perrin, Leonard Rossiter slipped further down the social ladder to portray a low-rent, manipulative wrestling manager determined to make a quick buck. Penned by celebrated journalist, writer and satirist Alan Coren, this hilariously wry sitcom is directed by Joe McGrath and also stars Alfred Molina – in his first television role – as the champion non-champion. After an extended run of bad luck, wrestling manager Sydney Foskett hits upon an an unorthodox way to improve his fortunes: hire a fall guy to lose deliberately and make money from on bribes! He signs up Nigel, a dim-witted young giant currently employed as a fairground wrestler, and it seems the crowd does indeed love a loser – as long as his protégé keeps losing...
|S01E01||A Star Is Born||00/00/0000||There is nothing to beat a born loser, as one wrestling manager discovers. He is on to a good thing when he realises that losers can be winners!|
|S01E02||The Naming of Parts||00/00/0000||Foskett finds himself facing problems when the man he has signed up to lose gets it into his head that he wants to be a winner!|
|S01E03||Out of the Strong||00/00/0000||Foskett is in trouble again. Quick thinking is necessary if his professional loser is to lose his next fight.|
|S01E04||All Down in Black and White||00/00/0000||It's a black outlook for Foskett when his professional loser becomes involved in an unexpected racial problem.|
|S01E05||Sitting on a Goldmine||00/00/0000||It's a very ticklish matter when Foskett gets a commercial idea for his protege.|
|S01E06||Togetherness||00/00/0000||A Continental count-down for Foskett! Maybe he should never have arranged for his protege Nigel to fight in France. It is anything but entente cordiale.|