Episode guide

Citizen Smith

Citizen Smith

  • Citizen Smith

    Wolfie Smith returns to advocate more 'power to the people' in the classic sitcom. The self-styled 'Che Guevara of Tooting' pushes back the tide of domesticity.

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Citizen Smith

Citizen Smith

  • Crocodile Tears

    Wolfie Smith returns to advocate more 'power to the people' in the classic sitcom. The self-styled 'Che Guevara of Tooting' pushes back the tide of domesticity.

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  • Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?

    Classic sitcom about a domesticated revolutionary. Wolfie Smith, leader of the Tooting Popular Front, prepares to meet his girlfriend's mum and dad.

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  • Abide with Me

    Classic sitcom about a revolutionary from Tooting. When Wolfie and Ken are evicted, Shirley has the difficult task of persuading her dad to let them stay.

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  • The Weekend

    Classic comedy with the crazy communist played by acting legend Robert Lindsay. Speed, a member of the Tooting Popular Front, asks Wolfie to look after his girlfriend.

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  • The Hostage

    Classic sitcom about an ineffectual revolutionary. Following his narrow 21,511-vote defeat in the Tooting North by-election, Wolfie decides to take on Westminster.

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  • The Path of True Love

    A young Robert Lindsay in pre-'My Family' days stars in the classic sitcom. The revolution is temporarily postponed as Wolfie sorts out his love life.

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  • But Is It Art?

    Robert Lindsay is the revolutionary struggling to bring 'Power to the People' of Tooting. Ken gives Wolfie and Shirley one of his chalk drawings as a present.

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  • Speed's Return

    The young Robert Lindsay, today a star of 'My Family', is the rubbish revolutionary. Speed's imminent release from prison spells big trouble for Wolfie.

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  • Rebel without a Pause

    Robert Lindsay in sitcom gold. Wolfie decides to take action when Shirley's father is made redundant, but her Dad is more interested in his golden handshake.

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  • The Tooting Connection

    Before becoming the head of Britain's most popular comedy family, Robert Lindsay starred in this 1970s sitcom. The Tooting Popular Front's war chief is back.

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  • Spanish Fly

    Robert Lindsay shouts 'Power to the People' once more in the 1970s sitcom. A member of the Bilbao Popular Front arrives at Wolfie's, and offers to help with the struggle.

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  • Working Class Hero

    Classic laughs with Robert Lindsay as the misguided revolutionary. The State perpetrates an unthinkable act on Wolfie - it gives him a job.

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  • Rock Bottom

    More thoughts from Chairman Moan in John Sullivan's sitcom. The Glorious Day of Revolution is put on hold while armchair anarchist Wolfie tries to become a pop star.

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  • Don't Look Down

    Robert Lindsay of 'My Family' fame stars in this sitcom from the writer of 'Only Fools and Horses'. Wolfie decides he has nothing to live for when Shirley leaves him.

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  • Only Fools and Horses

    Robert Lindsay stars in the classic London-based sitcom. The fearless urban guerrillas of the Tooting Popular Front decide to lobby a council meeting.

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  • The Big Job

    More laughs with South London's mixed-up Marxist. When Wolfie is offered a 'job' by arch-villain Harry Fenning he jumps at the chance to refill the TPF's coffers.

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  • Tofkin's Revenge

    Robert Lindsay attempts to smash the state again in the 1970s sitcom. Brian Tofkin asks the Tooting Popular Front for their help in gaining revenge on his cousin.

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  • We Shall Not Be Moved

    John Sullivan, who went on to write 'Only Fools and Horses', cut his teeth on this sitcom classic. Wolfie and Ken claim squatters' rights when they're evicted.

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  • The Party's Over

    Robert Lindsay brings to life one of the most memorable comedy characters of the Seventies. Spotted in the pub, Wolfie is asked by a pretty woman to sing at a party.

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  • The Glorious Day

    Power to the people! More slightly misguided politics from Wolfie and the gang. As part of their annual manoeuvres, the Tooting Popular Front hijack a tank.

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Citizen Smith

Series 4

Citizen Smith

  • Bigger Than Guy Fawkes

    The first sitcom from 'Only Fools and Horses' writer John Sullivan. The intrepid revolutionaries of the Tooting Popular Front are languishing in prison.

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  • Changes

    'Just Good Friends' and 'Only Fools and Horses' writer John Sullivan first came to fame with this sitcom. The gang's Tooting haunts have changed while they were imprisoned.

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  • The Final Try

    Vintage sitcom with Robert Lindsay as the man rebelling against just about everything in 1970s London. The Tooting Popular Front fights apartheid South Africa.

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  • The Letter of the Law

    That strangely loveable inept revolutionary manages to get himself into more trouble in the sitcom. Wolfie finds himself face-to-face with villain Ronnie Lynch.

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  • Prisoners

    Robert Lindsay in the sitcom role that made him a star. Mum, Dad and the Tooting urban guerillas are in for an eventful night when an unexpected visitor drops by.

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  • Casablanca Was Never Like This

    Laughs with one of the nation's favourite actors, Robert Lindsay. Wolfie and the TPF hire a private eye in an attempt to prove Speed's innocence.

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  • Sweet Sorrow

    Robert Lindsay stars as the eponymous revolutionary in the sitcom from the mind of the creator of Del Boy and Rodders. Wolfie tries to save the Tooting he loves.

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