Baroness Benjamin appeared in the final episode of the first series. Sans Humpty, sadly, but never mind. Seeing her takes me straight back to childhood, and it felt almost wrong to see her playing a bit of a goer who kept getting discovered in bed with Susan's brother Winston. They were both fully clothed, but still... This is one of the examples that shows how relaxed and relatively liberal the series' attitude is towards sex. Like we know that Susan and Thomas lived together for some time before getting married. And we've heard about Thomas's previous girlfriends, with the implication that they've been sexually active. Even Susan's Mum Matilda has related the story of a woman throwing herself at William. William eventually brought the woman home, took her into the bedroom and invited her into the bed... with Matilda still in it. There's no big deal about it here. Just frank, open conversations and a lack of tweeness and inhibition. There are no twin beds here, and - flu notwithstanding - when Thomas and Susan go to bed, it's rarely to sleep or read. This relaxed attitude serves to reinforce the uptightness of the older generation. It's amusing to see Thomas's parents Annie and Edward at the housewarming party looking completely out of their comfort zone, surrounded by younger people dancing to mid tempo music, swigging from beer cans and smoking pot. Both of them gawping at Boycie from Fools And Horses (credited here as "Man in robe"). Edward's face a mask of horror on realising that Thomas has gay friends. Oh my stars! I do enjoy a good audio commentary. Even if I'm not too familiar with the original material. And this seemed like a fun one.