So Haunt Me

Season 1 Episode 1

Series 1 Episode 1

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Aired Sunday 8:35 PM Feb 23, 1992 on BBC
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Series 1 Episode 1
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The Rokebys move in to their new, old home. It smells, the phone's on the blink and all the neighbours are watching as if somethings going to happen and it doesn't take long for them to find out why...

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    Tessa Peake-Jones

    Tessa Peake-Jones

    Sally Rokeby

    Laura Howard

    Laura Howard

    Tammy Rokeby (as Laura Simmons during Season 1)

    George Costigan

    George Costigan

    Peter Rokeby

    Miriam Karlin

    Miriam Karlin

    Yetta Feldman

    Jeremy Green

    Jeremy Green

    David Rokeby

    Arthur White

    Arthur White

    1st Removal Man

    Guest Star

    Gordon Salkilld

    Gordon Salkilld

    2nd Removal Man

    Guest Star

    Cheryl Hall

    Cheryl Hall

    Avril Jessup

    Guest Star

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    • QUOTES (8)

      • Sally: How can a house be Jewish? What did you do, chop six inches off the chimney pot?

      • Yetta: I said to her, Carole you little hussy, you little Jezebel, you're no daughter of mine! I cast you out forever, never darken my door again! And you know something, she never visited, never phoned, not even a card on mothers day!

      • Sally: Eldum Parfit used to bring his work home with him!
        Pete: So?
        Sally: Pete, he was a gynaecologist!

      • Yetta: Some of them I just drop pots on their heads. And when they open their wardrobes I hand them their clothes, that's nice too.

      • Pete: It was a robber. Groaning because he couldn't find anything worth stealing.

      • (Pete poses in the mirror adlibing a speech for the release of his book)
        Pete: Before writing the Great Mancunian novel, Peter Rokeby was an advertising copyrighter. He was responsible for the famous Welsh co-op campaign 'We'll keep a welcome by the till-sides' and he single handedly invented 'Saving Grace', the loveable building society squirrel with the golden nuts.

      • Sally: Hemingway must have found a bone.
        Avril: I wonder whose.

      • Removal man: It's an emotional occasion, moving. Init Mr. Rokeby? These aren't just homes, they're rungs on the ladder to success. So what impales you on this voyage of discovery? A new opportunity? A nomadic instinct? An addition to the family?
        Pete: I lost me job.

    • NOTES (1)

      • To begin with only Sally, David and Hemmingway can see or hear Yetta. Pete and Tammy remain amusingly unaware of her presence.

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