Tony Carpenter (Dennis Waterman) is a self-made millionaire and owner of a booming executive car hire business. He's made his way to the top but hasn't forgot his east-end roots, and much to his snooty wife's disgust, he treats his employees like friends. There's Mrs Wembley (Joan Sims) the cook, Sam (Sam Kelly) the chauffeur and of course his personal assistant Maggie (Jenna Russell), none of which he could live without. Follow this comical bunch of characters and Tony's troublesome daughter through trial and tribulations, in this entertaining sitcom about life when it's on the up!
Runtime: 30 minutes
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Ganging Up on the Sun is the fifth studio album by the rock band Guster. It was released on June 20, 2006. The first single, “Manifest Destiny”, was released in late 2005 and its follow-up, “One Man Wrecking Machine”, in March 2006. It is Guster's second studio album with Joe Pisapia, his first as a full member. The title comes from a line in the song “Manifest Destiny”: “The moon and stars are ganging up on the sun”. The album is Guster's most successful release to date, entering the Billboard 200 albums chart at number 25, topping Keep It Together's entry at number 35 in 2003. It won Album of the Year (Major) at the Boston Music Awards in 2006.