Grace & Favour

BBC (ended 1993)


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This show is a follow up of Are You Being Served?. Seven years after the original series, five main characters return in this sequel.

Young Mr. Grace has died whilst scuba-diving in the Carribean, and leaves the remaining staff at his store the manorhouse 'Millstone Manor'.

They decided to open it as a hotel, but they must first get it up and running, with comic results! Also known under the title of Are You Being Served? Again! in the United States and Canada.
John Inman

John Inman

Mr. Wilberforce Clayborne Humphries

Nicholas Smith

Nicholas Smith

Mr. Cuthbert Rumbold

Frank Thornton

Frank Thornton

Captain Stephen Peacock

Mollie Sugden

Mollie Sugden

Mrs. Betty Slocombe

Michael Bilton

Michael Bilton

Mr. Thorpe

Wendy Richard

Wendy Richard

Miss Shirley Brahms

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  • The Original was Better

    If you loved the original Are You Being Served, then you might like the second series, Grace and Favour. It takes just about the while cast of the original, and plops them down in the English countryside. They may be older, and retired from Grace Brothers, but some of the charm and quality is still there. Mr. Rumbold, Capt. Peacock, Ms. Brahms, Mrs. Slocombe, and Mr. Humphries all have not lost their charm. They added a couple more characters to the mix, the local tenant farmer, Mr. Moulterd, and his daughter Mavis. The writing wasn’t as good as the original series, but the characters are still the same. The additional characters do bring new situations to the party, but the show just doesn’t take off.

  • This show lasted 12 episodes, but the theme song still rings in my head.

    Grace & Favour was a spin-off seires to Are You Being Served?. Though it only lasted 12 episodes, the show was halarious, and will never be replaced.

    Unlike Are You Being Served?, this show was set up so each episode would continue from the later, "And I'm Unanimus in That", as Ms. Slocombe, would say.

    The charactors were SO well developed:

    The "Gay" Mr. Humphries

    The "Elegant" Mrs. Slocombe

    And so many others

    Bring Grace & Favour back!moreless