The Royle Family

Season 1 Episode 3

Sunday Afternoon

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Aired Unknown Sep 28, 1998 on BBC
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It's Sunday afternoon and Nana is visiting. Jim helps Antony do the dishes to avoid listening to nana's moaning. Meanwhile, Mary and Cheryl come over to help Denise try on on her wedding dress and Dave's recovering from a hangover.

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      • Barbara: Antony, take that chicken out to the bins, will you, love? That chicken will start to stink if we leave it out.
        Antony: Mam, I've just sat down,(points to Denise)what about lazy-arse here?!
        Barbara: 'Ey! There's to much swearing in this house, that's you that is Jim, you've taught him that!
        Jim: Taught him my arse!

      • Antony: (on Beverly Macca) I saw one of her kids. Starting to look a lot like you now Dave.

      • Denise: Can we not talk about nana dying?
        Jim: Yeah have some respect, wait till she's out the door.

      • Barbara: How's your diet going, Cheryl?
        Cheryl: I'm doing all right. I lost four pounds, I put two back on, then another two...so I've not gained any.
        Barbara: You're doing very well to stick to it.

      • Jim: (to Antony) All right, but if I catch you in the Feathers I'll clip your earhole. You don't shit on your own doorstep.
        Dave: I nearly did last night. I couldn't get the key in quick enough.

      • Norma: I don't drink at all me...just a bottle of stout a night and a sherry at Christmas.
        Antony: What about a whisky at New Year, Nana?
        Norma: Yes, a whisky at New Year, a sherry at Christmas and a bottle of stout.
        Jim: You'll have champagne at the wedding.
        Norma: Yes, champagne at weddings, whisky at New Year, sherry at Christmas and a bottle of stout...that'll do me.

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