I’m Sorry?

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In an article from The Daily Mirror, dated Saturday 1st November 1980, amongst a weirdly braggadoccio puff about The Two Ronnies‘ possible new show in Australia, there’s a brief mention of an upcoming sitcom for Ronnie Corbett.

Either the article is just wrong, or at this stage the sitcom was called I’m Sorry. It would later, of course, be re-named Sorry!, which aired for seven series all the way until 1988. Here’s how James Green reviewed the opening episode of the seventh series in June of 1987.

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