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Mind Your Language
Mind Your Language is a British comedy television series which premiered on ITV in late-1977. Produced by London Weekend Television and directed by Stuart Allen, the show is set in an adult education college in London and focuses on the English as a Foreign Language class taught by Mr Jeremy Brown, portrayed by Barry Evans, who had to deal with a motley crew of foreign students. Three series were made by LWT between 1977–79, and the show was briefly revived in 1986 with six of the original cast. - wikipedia
Episode 6. Come Back, All Is Forgiven
It's Mr. Brown's birthday and everyone in the class has brought him a present. However, it's not all happy returns when Ms. Courtney informs Mr. Brown that his trial month is over and she is not satisfied with his teaching. However, she finds out that the new teacher is taking over the school and brings Mr. Brown back.
Episode 7. The Cheating Game
In order to see how prepared they are for their upcoming exam, the students prepare to take a mock exam. But when the students see that their teacher has no faith in them, they decide to cheat in order to ace the exam and prove their progress.
Episode 8. Better to Have Loved and Lost
Ali and Su Li surprise the class when they announce that they're getting married. But Mr. Brown gets a much bigger shock when he finds out that Ali is already married and plans to take Su Li as his second wife.
Episode 9. Kill or Cure
Mr. Brown becomes ill and cannot come to class, so, Ms. Courtney takes charge. However the student's English is not up to her expectations, so she sends them away. They all pay a visit to Mr. Brown, each with their own 'remedy' to make him feel better. At the beginning of the episode, the students are seen dancing to Daddy Cool by Darts.
Episode 10. Hello, Sailor
Juan brings his Russian sailor friend Boris to Mr. Brown's class who has come to England to escape Russia. Boris explains that he wants to stay in England to be with his English girlfriend. Everything seems to be going all right until the captain of a Russian ship comes to the classroom looking for his roaming sailor.
Episode 11. A Point of Honour
Mr. Brown finds himself in a lot of trouble when Danielle tells Mr. Jarvis, a pestering woodwork teacher at the school, that she is engaged to Mr. Brown. He soon finds himself running around the school in an attempt to squash the rumour, only to leave wrong impressions and ending up in the school gymnasium to box against the philandering teacher.