The fourth and final season of the British "culture-clash" sitcom Two's Company stars Elaine Stritch as Dorothy McNab, an overbearing, overtalkative American mystery writer living in Chelsea, and Donald Sinden as Dorothy's highly proper butler, Robert, who never lets his position get in the way of saying exactly what he thinks of his impossible employer. The first of this season's seven episodes is "The Club," in which Dorothy and Robert unite against unfair snobbery. "The Clergy" puts hero and heroine at odds with organized religion. "The Salesman" once more proves that the extravagant Dorothy can't be trusted with a farthing. "The Visiting Scots" is a haggis-baggis of zany ethnic humor, British style. "The Silence" finds Dorothy and Robert uncharacteristically speechless. "The Rolls-Royce" allows the viewers the vicarious pleasure of seeing the wealthy make fools of themselves. And the final episode, "The Friendly Aristocrats," thoroughly belies its title. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
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