Count Arthur Strong

The BBC comedy Count Arthur Strong continues

Count Arthur’s letterbox is sealed up. Apparently a dog has been peering through it, watching Arthur as he parades around in his underwear – ‘my Kevin Klines’, he explains, not realising he’s got the name wrong.

This inspired addition of surreal humour to a comedy style that 1960s stalwart Harry Worth would recognise really gets legs when Michael (Rory Kinnear) is drafted for jury service and Arthur is mistaken for a gangster after turning up to lend moral support.