At the Hirata home, three generations of their family live together. A crisis ensues when one afternoon, housewife Fumie falls asleep and wakes up to find a thief has stolen her secret money she kept hidden in the refrigerator.
The Marx Brothers became entertainment icons through a long and brilliant career on vaudeville and Broadway stages, and they sealed their immortality in a string of celebrated feature films. But the end of their film career was perfectly timed for a collision with the birth of television. The new medium provided Groucho, Chico and Harpo with unprecedented exposure — which meant, of course, an opportunity to bring laughter to millions of people all at once. It was as if live vaudeville was being beamed to the entire nation. For the next 20 years, the Marx Brothers' appearances on television — individually and together — included sitcoms, game shows, variety programs and even the occasional drama.
Start your weekend with a fun, fresh & irreverent look at sport from all angles. Olympic champion Nicole Livingstone, comedian Tegan Higginbotham and sports nut Amberley Lobo are joined by a panel of athletes & comedians for interviews, sketches & chat.
Nora, Kate, and Stevie have made it into their thirties, they live in Dublin, and they are all aware that the new Millennium has hurtled past, nothing much has changed, and it's about time they got a life. They have a combined age of 99. Between them they have slept with 47 men, broken 11 hearts, drunk approximately 5,000 pints, bought one house, buried two parents, failed one marriage, and produced one baby. They've been friends long enough to think they always will be...