Set in a London College Of Further Education the series focused on the activities of the Evening Classes, in particular â€“ English as a Foreign Language, as taught by Mr Jeremy Brown whose class was a motley crew of foreigners, most of who could barely speak English.The comedy comes from the students inability to grasp the basic command of English. This leads to misunderstanding of words and terms causing all manner of disagreements and cultural differences.
Barry Evans plays a put-upon language teacher who tries to make a living by teaching English to immigrants. With pupils from India, France, China, and many other countries, his lessons do ...
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 1977â€“79, and the show was briefly revived in 1986 with six of the original cast.
There are references and innuendos in this show. Kisses are shared between few characters.
In some episodes, characters are shown reading suggestive magazines.
Ali and Ranjeet always get into a fight but never hit each other.
In one episode, a boxing match takes place.
Ali & Ranjeet are always shown fighting with each other and call each other names and also fight about which religion is better.
Characters call each other names.
There are many innuendos in this show.
Whenever Mr. Brown asks a question to Taro, he says "aso" (Japanese for Ah, I See/Oh, yes). This might be mistaken for "Asshole"
Few characters in this show are shown smoking cigars.
The main characters visit the pub in few episodes and people are shown drinking in the pub.