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Fawlty Towers, Volume 3

The Psychiatrist
Length: 2 hrs
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Four classic BBC TV episodes featuring a newly-added interview with John Cleese.

A Touch of Class
Basil's dream of attracting a classy clientele comes true when Lord Melbury arrives. There's nothing Basil won't do for his Lordship, but titles can be deceiving.

The Anniversary
Basil's plans for a surprise party go horribly wrong when Sybil thinks he's forgotten their 15th wedding anniversary nad leave. Basil is left to clear up the mess.

The Psychiatrist
Sybil's interest is piqued by a young 'yobbo' staying at the hotel, while a visiting psychiatrist finds enough material for a conference when he encounters Basil Fawlty.

The Wedding Party
Prudish Basil is outraged by the apparent promiscuity going on in the hotel, but it's the guests who end up shocked when they find Basil and Manuel in a compromising position.

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A good laugh at life

As with the TV series, this audiobook is a good laugh at life as well as a look at the serious misdemeanours that can be created by hotel staff, patrons and visitors.

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  • K. M. Woodhouse
  • 11-09-2016

Still good, but...

...doesn't work as well as an audiobook as the other volumes. Still good, but the physical comedy is more noticeably missing.

1 of 2 people found this review helpful