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Old August 28 2013, 10:35 AM   #16
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Re: Need to identify British Series

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I loved that show, though in hindsight morally it was somewhat suspect! Really Gary belonged with Phoebe, his releationship with his 90s wife was clearly not as deep.

I can't recall how it ended, I may have stopped watching before then. I think its best years were when ~Dervla Kirwin was still in it.
The war ended, Gary wrote a letter for Yvonne and left it with Ron, he stayed with Phoebe and his kid and the time passage closed.
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Old August 28 2013, 12:08 PM   #17
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The time passage closed first and only then he was trapped.

Gary and Yvonne were already living in the apartment he bought in the 40s for 2 seasons, which he once upon a time left in a trust so that it would be waiting dormant for him when he finally figured out that he would have in the past left it to himself...

Prereminiscent of Blink (HEY!!!! Sally Sparrow! Gary Sparrow! Psych!) Gary left the letter underneath the wallpaper in the living room in the apartment because he knew that Yvonne was in the middle of stripping the walls when he has was lost.

Just to mention that a few years earlier he met his adult son who was a vagrant until he changed the past and then his son was toffee and privileged... So the present was always in flux.
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Old August 28 2013, 12:13 PM   #18
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Ah, that's how it went. I knew something like that happened.
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