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My Hero
My Hero title card.jpg
Genre Sitcom
Created by Paul Mendelson
Written by Paul Mayhew-Archer
Directed by John Stroud
Starring Ardal O'Hanlon
James Dreyfus
Emily Joyce
Hugh Dennis
Geraldine McNulty
Lou Hirsch
Philip Whitchurch
Lill Roughley
Tim Wylton
Composer(s) Philip Pope
Country of origin United Kingdom
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 6
No. of episodes 51 (list of episodes)
Executive producer(s) Geoffrey Perkins
Marcus Mortimer
Sophie Clarke-Jervoise
Producer(s) John Stroud
Jamie Rix
Editor(s) Mykola Pawluk
Graham Hutchings
Running time 30 minutes
Production company(s) Big Bear Films
Original network BBC One
Picture format 16:9 (576i)
Audio format Stereo
Original release 4 February 2000 (2000-02-04) – 10 September 2006 (2006-09-10)
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My Hero is a British television sitcom, written and created by Paul Mendelson, that broadcast for six series on the BBC between 2000 and 2006.[1] The series follows the everyday adventures of a dim-witted Ultronian superhero known as "Thermoman", portrayed by Ardal O'Hanlon, and his human wife, Janet, played by Emily Joyce. "Thermoman" is a multi-powered superhero who originates from the planet Ultron. In an attempt to do his best to fit in with life on earth, he creates the human alias of George Sunday. However, due to his unfamiliarity with human life, his antics usually lead to many misunderstandings. Although Thermoman is intrinsically very intelligent, his problem understanding earthly customs makes him look like an idiot to people who don't know who he really is.

In 2006, O'Hanlon announced he was stepping down from his role as George Sunday, and following this decision, James Dreyfus was cast as an alter-ego of "Thermoman" for the sixth and final series. Although the series gathered consistent viewing figures, figures declined heavily following the appointment of Dreyfus, whose casting was deemed as "Doctor Who-esque" by Broadcast Magazine,[2] and the series was subsequently axed.[3]

Across six series, fifty-one episodes were broadcast. The series was written by a team of writers, a trait that is typical of most American sitcoms. The main team of writers for each series included writer and creator Paul Mendelson, Paul Mayhew-Archer, Paul Alexander, James Cary, Simon Braithwaite, Gary Lawson, John Phelps, Ian Brown and James Hendrie. All fifty-one episodes were directed by John Stroud and filmed in front of a live audience at Teddington Studios in London. Location footage was often filmed in Pinner, London.[4] Each series featured a varying number of episodes, with the first and second series containing six episodes, series three through five containing ten episodes each and series six containing eight episodes.[5] The first series also included an additional Christmas Special.[6] Some of the episode titles are a play on the titles of famous novels and movies; for example, How Green Was My Ollie is a pun on the novel How Green Was My Valley, and The First Husbands Club is a pun on the movie The First Wives Club.

The series is regularly repeated on Gold in the United Kingdom. In the United States, the series was shown on PBS and, briefly, BBC America. In Australia, UKTV offered re-runs of the first three series, while BBC Entertainment provided repeats for Scandinavia. Three of the six series have been released on DVD; two on Region 1 DVD and one on Region 2.[7] Fans have since petitioned the BBC to release the complete series on DVD.[8]


  • Ardal O'Hanlon as George Sunday AKA "Thermoman" (Series 1—5)
  • James Dreyfus as George Monday AKA "Thermoman" (Series 6)
  • Emily Joyce as Janet Sunday (neé Dawkins); George's wife
  • Lill Roughley as Ella Dawkins; Janet's mother
  • Tim Wylton as Stanley Dawkins; Janet's father
  • Lou Hirsch as Arnie Kowalski; George's cousin
  • Hugh Dennis as Dr. Piers Crispin; GP for Northolt
  • Geraldine McNulty as Mrs. Raven; GP's receptionist
  • Philip Whitchurch as Tyler; the Sundays' next-door neighbour
  • Moya Brady as Avril; an assistant in George's shop (Series 1)
  • Pat Kelman as the Ultron Postie; a postman from Ultron (Series 3—6)
  • Finlay Stroud as Apollo "Ollie" Sunday; George and Janet's son (Series 2—6)
  • Madeline Mortimer as Cassandra "Cassie" Sunday; George and Janet's daughter (Series 5—6)


Main characters[edit]

George Sunday[edit]

George Eamonn Sunday (Ardal O'Hanlon) is an mild-mannered Irish health store shopkeeper, who is the alter ego of "Thermoman", a world-famous superhero who hails from the planet Ultron. He inherited his title from his father Seamus Sunday, the original Thermoman, who is retired. George owns a health food store, but tries to avoid attracting customers in order to avoid attention. Only his closest friends know his true identity. He often appears to be an idiot because of his unfamiliarity with Earth culture, and has a tendency to take things literally, such as allowing himself to get hit by a bus to cash in a life insurance policy without realising that he had to die. In the sixth series, he loses his body in a poker game, forcing him to assume a new alter ego, "George Monday".[9] George's late mother was Ulrich Sunday.

Thermoman has numerous abilities. He is able to both heat and freeze things with "Thermobreath", and smash things easily with super strength. The latter is also a weakness, being uncontrollable when he tired. Other powers include flight, superspeed, X-ray vision, resurrection of the dead, time travel and an ability to smell natural disasters and crimes taking place anywhere in the world. "Invulnerability" allows Thermoman to cut off parts of his own body, such as his own head, and then replace it. However, this invincibility is only effective when Thermoman believes he's invincible. In one episode, he begins to doubt his ability and thus temporarily loses this power, gaining unwanted and uncontrollable invisibility instead. Invisibility occurs when he is afraid, and the amount of parts of his body that turn invisible depend on how frightened he is. Thermoman can control minds and erase memories by putting his finger to their foreheads, and by giving them a "thermoblast". "Total erasure" is achieved by staring at a person, with the side effect of causing them to lose their hair.

"Thermowelding" is the ability to weld a person's mouth shut; "Zip-it!" is a safer way of silencing people using a zipper; "Interspecies Interpreter", which allows Thermoman to communicate with animals excluding dung beetles; and "Miracle Spit", which is used to make plants grow quickly. As well as all of these powers, Thermoman on multiple occasions, orders additional trial powers from the magazine Superhero Monthly. Other psychic powers include picking lottery numbers before seeing them on television via a series of quick mental calculations he can carry out automatically - although he is forbidden by Ultronian law to use this information. He can also turn the television on and off and rewind it just by waving his finger.

George Monday[edit]

George Monday, as portrayed by James Dreyfus

After losing his body in a poker game, George adopts the new pseudonym George Monday (James Dreyfus), who blends in to the local community by posing as a doctor at Northolt Health Centre, where he is hired by Dr. Piers Crispin (Hugh Dennis). Janet introduces Monday to her friends and parents as her new lodger, however rumour soon begins to spread that she is in a relationship with Monday, and that she has murdered her husband.

Janet Dawkins[edit]

Janet Dawkins, as portrayed by Emily Joyce

Janet Dawkins (Emily Joyce) is a nurse at the Northolt Health Centre. She first meets Thermoman when he rescues her from death, after she falls into the Grand Canyon whilst on holiday. She subsequently begins to date George Sunday, unaware that he is infact Thermoman. Although she loves George, she is frequently exasperated and confused by his behaviour.

Janet and George marry at the end of the second series, which also sees the birth of their first child, Apollo "Ollie" Sunday. Janet and George also have a daughter, Cassandra "Cassie" Sunday, who is born at the start of series five. Her mother, Ella, disapproves of her marriage to George, and often asks her to get rid of him and marry Piers instead. Janet is friends with health centre receptionist Mrs. Raven, while her boss, Piers Crispin, displays an obvious crush on her.

Apollo "Ollie" Sunday[edit]

Apollo "Ollie" Sunday (voiced by Finlay Stroud) is the son of George and Janet. He is born at the end of series two, and, like his father, possesses superhuman powers, although they are somewhat limited. The name "Apollo" was chosen by Ollie himself during a conversation with Tyler, and is meant to symbolise the link between two "heavenly bodies" (either Apollo 11 or Battlestar Galactica). George originally wants to name him Pontius after Pontius Pilate, and Janet opted for Benjamin, until Tyler informed them that Ollie did not like either name. Despite being a baby, Ollie speaks fluent English and has a full set of formed teeth. By the fifth series, Ollie claims to know virtually all Earth languages. During this series, his character takes more of a back seat as he fights sibling rivalry wars with his newborn sister Cassie.

Cassandra "Cassie" Sunday[edit]

Cassandra "Cassie" Sunday (voiced by Madeline Mortimer) is the newest member of the Sunday family, born at the beginning of the fifth series. Her only superpower is that she can see into the future. This proved to be of little use, however, when she informs George that the population of the whole Northern Hemisphere is dead, forcing everyone to flock to Australia. However, it is soon established that she cannot distinguish between someone being asleep or dead.

Piers Crispin[edit]

Dr. Piers Crispin (Hugh Dennis) is the local GP at Northholt health centre, who also works as a television personality and is Janet's boss. He is often portrayed as being more interested in his public image than in his patients' welfare. He is widely known for his catchphrase "I am always here" and often describes himself as "Britain's Favourite TV Doctor", after winning the Best Daytime TV Doctor award in 1996. In an attempt to boost his image, Piers tries schemes such as releasing his own health drink, sponsoring a photogenic tiger cub in Bangladesh, writing a book, supporting a healthy eating campaign in schools, and even appearing on I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!. He is also captain of the local cricket team, having been a former professional player before giving up to become a doctor. Despite being a qualified doctor, Piers once admitted he didn't know where babies come from.

Piers once revealed to Janet that he faked his A-Level results to get into medical school,a and is more concerned with his television career than anything else, quoting that he "will jump onto any bandwagon to prolong it". It is later revealed that his attitude towards his patients and colleagues stems from being bullied at school, being locked in a cellar by his domineering father, and his unfeeling mother favouring his brother, a talented boy scout. In the fifth series, it was revealed that Piers wanted to be a violinist, but his father didn't consent to it. His father strictly banned all music from the house for three years, and forced him to take up a career in medicine, even calling him "Doctor Crispin" as a child. Piers is also revealed to be a virgin, despite being forty-three years old and previously being married to a psychotic woman named Linda.

Hugh Dennis said of his role in the series; "Piers is a self-obsessed, incredibly vain egomaniac with no interest in anything except himself - he's a brilliant part to play!"[10]

Mrs. Raven[edit]

Mrs Raven (Geraldine McNulty), is the sociopathic, sadistic, misanthropic receptionist at the Northolt Health Centre. She has a sadomasochistic relationship with Arnie, has "demonic" triplets from a previous marriage (where she claims her wedding vows were "No retreat, no surrender".) Mrs, Raven often makes snide comments about people while they are present, and seems to pride herself on scaring away potential patients. She often gets the better of her boss, Piers usually through blackmail or similar methods. She is rarely overly mean to Janet, however, and the two women have oddly managed to form a genuine friendship. Mrs. Raven reveals to Janet that prior to being a receptionist, she was a prison warden.

Since the third series, she has assumed an on/off relationship with Arnie, who has been staying with her since moving to Northolt. During the course of the series, her first name is never revealed. She even refers to herself simply as "Mrs. Raven." Her triplets are also unnamed, and never seen, though Mrs. Raven keeps up a running commentary on their increasingly outrageous, obviously illegal and occasionally disturbing behaviour. She has made numerous references to her equally vicious sister, Doris, and their psychotic mother. She also has appalling personal hygiene, as remarked by Arnie.

She is often known to aid Piers in his schemes, in return for a cut of the profits, including filming Stanley Dawkins's "pregnancy" (which turns out to be a 2oz gallstone) for a live television broadcast; selling homemade booze; and arranging a stripper for Piers' cousin's stag night. She later reveals that her nasty behaviour towards Piers is "one of two things that gets her out of bed".[11] Piers often compares her to the Wicked Witch of the West from The Wizard of Oz and likens her to a female version of Hannibal Lector.

Arnie Kowalski[edit]

Arnie Kowalski (Lou Hirsch) is George's cousin and confidant. Originally a superhero himself named Polarman, he lost his powers because he began charging for his services. He is portrayed as being greedy, willing to do anything to make money, regardless of who it harms, including himself. In one episode, he gets his powers back from the Ultron Council, and becomes the new hero in town, in order to allow George to have a break from his duties and to spend more time with Janet. However, he soon has them taken away again when he is caught stealing from those he saved, including stealing the Crown Jewels from the Queen.

In the first series, he is implied to be a philanderer and it is revealed that he has fathered sixty-eight children. In this series, he lives in New York, where he owns a café, but in the second series, he moves to Las Vegas, where he owns a casino. In the third series, after losing all of his money, Arnie moves to Northolt. Following his move, Arnie begins to use British idioms. In an attempt to regain some of his wealth, Arnie tries a number of get rich quick schemes, including trying to start up a website for George's health shop with Tyler; filming a sitcom called "The Filth Channel" for Ultron, where he records his bedroom activities with on/off lover Mrs Raven; and starting a therapy group to help George get his invincibility back when he learns the truth about his powers.

Stanley and Ella Dawkins[edit]

Stanley (Tim Wylton) and Ella Dawkins (Lill Roughley) are Janet's meddlesome parents. Their relationship is tempestuous, getting off on a bad start from literally day one, as they argued on their honeymoon and spent the night apart. Mrs Dawkins is a typical mother-in-law, and has always thought Janet should have married Piers. She dislikes George, believing him to be an idiot and a loser. Stanley humorously complains all the time about his wife, and is rather suspicious of George and all other men who go anywhere near his daughter.

When George gains the mystic power of "Mascara", he reads Stanley’s mind and discovers that all he ever thinks about is killing Ella. He seems to be a bit more tolerant of George, as he has a few good times with him, mainly because it irritates Ella, making him a lesser target. Despite his dislike of them, George repeatedly attempts to get Stanley and Ella to like him. Janet, on the other hand, holds a deep grudge against them, due to their overbearing, controlling ways and their repeated abuse of George.


Tyler (Philip Whitchurch) is Janet and George's eccentric scouse neighbour. Aside from family, he is the only person who knows George's real identity, but often seems to have his own even more bizarre ideas and theories about the universe. For instance, he often claims that Gandalf, Frodo, and other fictional characters are staying in his flat. George initially denies Tyler's claims that he is Thermoman, but later begins to accepts that Tyler knows (mainly because no one would believe him), and gives him a job as his assistant in the health shop, replacing his former assistant, Avril.

He is the only human who is resistant to George's memory-erasing thermoblast. Towards the end of the series, it is revealed much to the surprise of Janet, Tyler is only thirty-two years old. Tyler once reveals to George and Arnie that at five years old, he was sent to boarding school and was bullied repeatedly for ten years. Tyler often refers to George as "Master", and occasionally calls Janet "Mistress". Following Cassie's birth, Janet often ropes Tyler in as an impromptu babysitter. Tyler's surname is never revealed.

Sunday Family Tree[edit]

Ella Dawkins
Stanley Dawkins
Ulrich Sunday
Séamus Sunday
Janet Sunday
George Sunday
Apollo "Ollie" Sunday
Cassandra Sunday

Recurring characters[edit]


Avril (Moya Brady) is George's nervous health shop assistant in the first series. She has a crush on George and a major dislike of Janet. She also suffers from repeated breakdowns and shakes.

Ultron Postie[edit]

The Ultron Postie (Pat Kelman) is a postman from Ultron who delivers messages and gadgets to Thermoman from the high council. He often mysteriously arrives through the wall in George and Janet's bathroom.


Planet Ultron[edit]

Ultron is Thermoman's home planet and Superheroes are their greatest export. Ultron is never seen, apart from a few shots of the planet from space (although George once described the gravity and atmospheric pressure to be much greater than Earth), but many references are made to the planet and it's unique culture throughout the series. Traditions include the grand ceremony of Betrothal; the great pig juggling ceremony; the time tunnel of tarxis, which re-aligns age hormones; the protocols of Talithos and Zanalar; and the pre-wedding mating ritual. Other less common traditions include the Ultron nose-pinch, which is the sign of true friendship between a male and a female; the sacred oath of allegiance and stance, which features Ultronians standing with their right arms on their hips and their left arms straight across with the hands pointing down; and Chang Ching, a combat to the death, where forfeiting results in being scattered to the corners of the universe in four separate packing cases.

Languages include "Zneet Znadder Zneet" (often shortened to "Zneet"), which is a typical Ultronian greeting; "Zneet Znadder Znithery Zneet", a happy Ultronian greeting; "You Great Nishdar", which is an Ultronian insult; and "Zneet Znadder Znooding Zneet", a greeting which is considered disgusting and illegal. Lying on Ultron is also punished by death. George states that Ultronians find physical beauty unnecessary and meaningless. Compassion, intelligence and decent morals are valued more than anything else, if an Ultronian is to find a spouse. George states the males on Ultron know their soulmates as soon as they meet them. He also states that Ultronian women are remarkably tall, almost Amazonian. His own sister is eleven feet tall. If an Ultronian male gets a female pregnant and they aren't married, the Ultronian male must have a Vasectomy, which is performed using two bricks and no anesthetic, unless they get married.

Ultron superheroes take a vow to protect all human life, and the superhero code forbids them injuring another human being. Section nine of the code covers illegal impersonation of a superhero for personal advancement, and for misuse of superpowers for personal gain. Heroes must transform in the bathroom. If a species falls below acceptable standards, they are "permanently excluded from the universe", in the worst possible case. In others, they punish the world that has not done particularly well by sending someone that they hate. George and Arnie quote various rules throughout the series, including "Always set the best possible example", "Never sneeze with your visor closed", "No superhero shall ever lend his name, image or reputation for commercial endorsement of any kind, including Kentucky Fried Chicken", and "Don't drink and fly". Aside from Planet Earth, the Ultrons' closest neighbours are the Zargons, a race of fish-like humanoids. According to George, Miss Zargon, winner of the Miss Universe contest, has "three of the loveliest noses in the galaxy." Several well-known humans on Earth are revealed to hail from Ultron, including Joan Collins, Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman, and Leonardo da Vinci, who are all in fact Ultronian natives who have found stardom on Earth.



Series Episodes First airdate Last airdate DVD release
1 6 4 February 2000 22 December 2000 16 January 2007 (Region 1)[12]
2 7 22 December 2000 18 June 2001 7 August 2007 (Region 1)[13]
3 10 7 June 2002 23 August 2002 7 October 2002 (Region 2)[14]
4 10 8 August 2003 10 October 2003
5 10 7 January 2005 25 March 2005
6 8 21 July 2006 10 September 2006

Series 1 (2000)[edit]

Episode Title Written by Directed by Original airdate Viewers
1 "My Hero" Paul Mayhew-Archer & Paul Mendelson John Stroud 4 February 2000 (2000-02-04) 7.13
Northolt nurse Janet Dawkins attempts to return to a bit of normality after being rescued by Thermoman, after falling into the Grand Canyon when a nasty gust of wind caught her off guard. However, when hypochondriac Irishman George Sunday drops into the health centre, little does she know that he is in fact her saviour. Unconvinced that he is who he says he is, Janet asks George to prove his identity, which he does by completing a variety of various superhero acts. But will he bag the girl? And is Janet prepared to go out with a superhero?
2 "Guess Who's Coming to Lunch" Paul Mayhew-Archer & Paul Mendelson John Stroud 11 February 2000 (2000-02-11) 8.93
Janet invites George to move in with her, despite not receiving the blessing of her mother and father, Ella and Stanley. Meanwhile, as Janet prepares to cook the family Sunday lunch, Thermoman is called away to a natural disaster, leaving his chance meeting with Janet's parents hanging in the balance. Meanwhile, Janet's colleagues at the health centre are puzzled as to why she is attracted to the peculiar Irishman, and Piers concocts a plan to attempt to nab Janet for himself. But will she see through his disguise?
3 "Mission Impossible" Paul Mayhew-Archer & Paul Mendelson John Stroud 18 February 2000 (2000-02-18) 8.07
Thermoman's rescue mission to save Grimsby from being destroyed by an abandoned Russian space station is hampered by an accident involving Marmite. Janet offers to wash his costume, but it only results in George suffering an allergic reaction to the washing powder. When he goes for a medical examination, Piers discovers his real identity - and blackmails George into leaving Janet if he wishes to keep his identity secret. However, before he can do so, George erases his memory - and unfortunately, it also results in the doctor's hair falling out.
4 "Thermoman's Greatest Challenge" Paul Mayhew-Archer John Stroud 25 February 2000 (2000-02-25) 7.92
Patients and Staff at the health centre begin to get suspicious when Thermoman makes a number of repeated visits to save Janet from the smallest of things, including a wasp sting and a large spider. Piers believes that has made a new celebrity friend, and invites Thermoman to be guest of honour at the fund-raising party he has organized, to boost his own public image. Janet's parents insist that both George and Janet attend the party, so that George can personally thank Thermoman for saving Janet from falling into the Grand Canyon. However, it's not quite as easy as that.
5 "Old Man Riverdance" Paul Mayhew-Archer John Stroud 3 March 2000 (2000-03-03) 8.23
George is surprised when he receives a visit from his father, Seamus, the original Thermoman, who now resides in a nursing home for retired superheroes in Florida. However, he soon discovers that all is not as clear as it is made out to be - Seamus is unhappy that his son is cohabiting with an Earth girl, and that it is interfering with his work. Having given the couple two days to try and prove him wrong, Janet hatches a plan - Seamus has to meet her parents. But is her plan enough to keep her relationship with Thermoman safe?
6 "The Party's Over" Paul Mayhew-Archer John Stroud 10 March 2000 (2000-03-10) 8.79
George plans a surprise birthday party for Janet's 30th birthday, which proves to be a slightly confusing concept for the superhero - and he struggles to keep the party a secret. Meanwhile, Janet begins to enjoy spending time with George's cousin Arnie, Tyler attempts to chat up Mrs. Raven, and Piers hires a girl from the TV studio to be his date, however, claiming that the night out is part of his next television project - but little does she know that the firesome doctor has a couple of tricks up his sleeve.

Series 2 (2001)[edit]

Episode Title Written by Directed by Original airdate Viewers
1 "Christmas" Paul Mayhew-Archer & Paul Mendelson John Stroud 22 December 2000 (2000-12-22) TBA
Thermoman tries to get into the spirit of Christmas by dressing up as Santa Claus, and delivering presents to his nearest and dearest - Janet's parents, Stanley and Ella, Mrs. Raven, Piers, Arnie and Tyler. However, his special treat fails to go as well as planned, as his recipients begin to suspect a trickster is at work. In an attempt to rectify a miserable Christmas dinner, George persuades the real Father Christmas to visit, and give everybody a special present. Piers, however, is sceptical - and thinking it is a joke, asks for a jigsaw puzzle. Little does he know...
2 "Parents" Paul Mayhew-Archer & Paul Mendelson John Stroud 14 May 2001 (2001-05-14) 8.63
When George's actions ruin an amateur dramatics production, held by the Northolt Amateur Dramatic Society, that Janet's parents, Stanley and Ella, are participating in, Janet finally snaps, and in an attempt to deflect their anger, admits to them that George is Thermoman. Although George enjoys his new relationship with the in-laws, their inability to keep his secret results in him being forced to erase the memories of most of their friends, culminating in Mrs. Raven attempting to seduce him, dressed as Marilyn Monroe.
3 "Girlfriend" Paul Alexander & Simon Braithwaite John Stroud 21 May 2001 (2001-05-21) 7.60
George is horrified when a woman from Ultron, claiming to be his fiancée, turns up at the flat. Little does Janet know that her would-be boyfriend is already engaged - to a six-foot warrior princess back on Ultron, Xil. When she arrives to claim him as her rightful husband, Janet, who had just been complaining things were getting predictable, is mortified – and extremely upset. Her mother, Ella, misinformed that the newcomer is from Ireland, and is ecstatic when she realises that her daughter will at last be free of George.
4 "Car" Paul Alexander & Simon Braithwaite John Stroud 28 May 2001 (2001-05-28) 7.59
George takes time out from his superhero duties to continue working hard in the health shop, to save up some money to buy Janet a much-needed car. Thus, he arranges for Arnie to be given his powers back, to help out with his superhero work. But when Arnie steals the crown jewels on his first day at work, George realises that he can't be trusted. Can he save his cousin from certain imprisonment? Meanwhile, Mrs. Raven realises that she is attracted to the American hunk, and attempts to ask Arnie out on date. But things do not quite go to plan.
5 "Nemesis" Gary Lawson & John Phelps John Stroud 4 June 2001 (2001-06-04) 7.73
George has to contend with an old school rival who takes over Piers' body, to create an Earth-born superhero who will put him out of business. "Miracle Man" manages to ruin George's life, taking away all of his clients, and even attempting to seduce his girlfriend. Arnie realises that there is only one way that George can regain his crown – and that is to challenge Miracle Man to the ancient rite of 'Chong-Ching' – known here on Earth as rock-paper-scissors – to force him to leave Earth. But will his plan go off without a hitch?
6 "Pregnant" Paul Mayhew-Archer & Paul Mendelson John Stroud 11 June 2001 (2001-06-11) 8.54
When Janet discovers that she is pregnant, George is over the moon – and gives her special powers to protect herself and the unborn baby. However, he begins to regret his decision when Janet's enthusiasm with her new powers changes her into a woman he barely recognises. In an attempt to change Janet back into the woman she once was, George revokes her powers – but not before Mrs. Raven accidentally lets slip to Janet's mother Ella that she is pregnant. Janet forceably denies that she is pregnant, until a growth spurt reveals a surprising large baby bump.
7 "Wedding" Paul Mayhew-Archer & Paul Mendelson John Stroud 18 June 2001 (2001-06-18) 9.17
Janet's father, Stanley, insists that her and George's baby must not be born out of wedlock, and due to Ultronian law, George's bosses are somewhat agreed, claiming that George will get in trouble with the Ultron Council for failing to set a good example for humans, a matter made more difficult by the fact that Ultronian pregnancies only last six days. But just as Janet is walking down the aisle, her waters break – will the vicar manage to complete the ceremony before the baby arrives, or will George be condemned to a life under Ultronian ruling?

Series 3 (2002)[edit]

Episode Title Written by Directed by Original airdate Viewers
1 "Baby Talk" Paul Mayhew-Archer & Paul Mendelson John Stroud 7 June 2002 (2002-06-07) 5.94
George and Janet are struggling to cope after the birth of their first child, Ollie. And to make matters worse, George is teaching him to sniff out tidal waves and forest fires. Janet's parents are also due for a visit, to meet their first grandchild, so how will they keep the secret from them? Meanwhile, Tyler attempts to teach Ollie about his version of the Solar System - but Ollie is already intelligent enough to know that Tyler's tales are nothing by fantasy, rather than fact. As George and Janet battle with Ella and Stanley over the raising of their child, Ollie escapes.
2 "Zero Tolerance" Paul Mayhew-Archer & Paul Mendelson John Stroud 14 June 2002 (2002-06-14) 5.51
Life at the health centre takes an unexpected turn when a gun-wielding maniac shows up, demanding access to the drug cabinet. Mrs. Raven isn't given the chance to deal with this addict, as George enters to save the day, and doesn't even have to call on Thermoman to do so. Soon, George becomes known as the local hero, rather than a superhero. He is being celebrated all over town, and is even asked to join the local neighborhood watch scheme by Janet's father, Stanley. Will his new-found popularity with his in-laws last?
3 "Pet Rescue" Paul Mayhew-Archer John Stroud 21 June 2002 (2002-06-21) 5.99
Janet's parents, Ella and Stanley, have the decorators in to redecorate their living room, so Janet offers to watch their dog, Biggles, something that George isn't too thrilled about. But George is committed to bonding with Biggles, so he buys an ear-piece from Ultron which allows him to talk to animals. George discovers that Biggles, whose real name is Malcolm, dislikes Ella and Stanley - and he also explains the other reason as to why dogs sniff bottoms. Thus, Thermoman goes on a mission to reunite Biggles with his mum - and rescue him from a one-way trip to the vet.
4 "The Older Man" Paul Mayhew-Archer & Paul Mendelson John Stroud 28 June 2002 (2002-06-28) 4.96
It's George's 327th birthday, and on his home planet, he's a mere spring chicken. However, the lease on his earthly alias begins to expire, and he starts to age rapidly. In a state of desperation, George resorts to extreme measures in a bid to turn back the clock, including using time-bending tunnels to try to regress his age. Eventually, however, he is forced to get a new body from the Ultron council. Meanwhile, Piers hires a new nurse at the health centre, Hayley, but her lack of knowledge about medicine, and attempts to make the centre more youth-orientated with music posters fail to impress.
5 "Puttin' on the Writs" Paul Alexander & Simon Braithwaite John Stroud 5 July 2002 (2002-07-05) 5.23
Mrs. Raven has a run-in with a stack of wayward trolleys at the supermarket, and is pushed over the edge of a multi-story building. Once again, it's Thermoman to the rescue. But when he refuses Mrs Raven's kind offer of Battenberg cake in return for saving her life, retribution is swift - she claims to have been badly injured in his 'rescue attempt' and threatens to sue him. Meanwhile, Janet's father, Stanley, has had enough of Ella's nagging and has decided to move in with Tyler. It appears to be a perfect arrangement, but Ella misses the old fool. Will that be enough to make her apologize for the first time?
6 "Shock, Horror!" Paul Mayhew-Archer, Paul Mendelson & Paul Alexander John Stroud 12 July 2002 (2002-07-12) 5.02
Baby Ollie has a fever, so George has to turn his attention away from saving the world to come home and check on his son. All of the dashing about begins to turn George a little bit careless, and before long, a journalist called Kevin Trent takes advantage of the situation, and takes a picture of George as Thermoman, believing that Janet is having an affair with Thermoman. Meanwhile, Mrs. Raven keeps falling asleep at work, because the triplets are suffering from insomnia. In a desperate attempt to get some rest, she plans to build a shed in her garden so she can lock them up when it gets too much. The problem is, that the shed costs money, and she needs a reference from Piers for a part-time job.
7 "Little Green Man" Ian Brown & James Hendrie John Stroud 2 August 2002 (2002-08-02) 5.27
Janet thinks George is taking her for granted after he catches her in a compromising position with the handyman, and appears not to be bothered by the issue. Thus, Mrs. Raven advises Janet that she needs to work harder at making George jealous. But it turns out that all Janet needs to do is share a bit of Arnie's carrot cake - part of the wedding rituals on another planet, and George is beside himself. He literally turns green with envy, and now even Mrs. Raven thinks Arnie has been unfaithful to her.
8 "Mine's a Double" Paul Alexander & Simon Braithwaite John Stroud 9 August 2002 (2002-08-09) 5.55
George has to attend a superheroes conference, which means leaving Janet home alone with the baby. The Ultron Council provides Janet with "George clone", with the unlikely name of Hilary, to keep her company. While Hilary looks like the real thing, his character couldn't be more different. Hilary talks and dresses like a gangsta rapper, and is given to nights out on the town with Piers and, oddly enough, romantic dinners with Ella. Suspicious of Hilary's actions and behaviour and embarrassment towards Janet, George has Arnie to check up on him while he writes a report on him, but Hilary, hearing this, subsequently frames George for theft.
9 "A Little Learning" Paul Mayhew-Archer & Paul Mendelson John Stroud 16 August 2002 (2002-08-16) 5.64
George is devastated when Ella and Stanley ban him from their anniversary party. Quite reasonably, they don't want him embarrassing them in front of their friends with his stupidity. Admittedly, George's attempts to make new friends—via the calling cards he finds in telephone booths — backfire somewhat, but when he eats some magic pork scratchings, which increase his brain power, miraculous effects occur. Suddenly George is an intellectual genius, and can charm the birds off the trees—so much so that not only do Ella and Stanley invite him to their party, they ask him to make a speech. For Janet, however, the new thoughtful George is insufferable, constantly correcting grammar and acting too superior to her.
10 "A Day to Remember" Paul Mayhew-Archer & Paul Mendelson John Stroud 23 August 2002 (2002-08-23) 4.81
It's a bad day for Earth when George accidentally erases his own memory, and fails to remember that he is Thermoman. For Janet, however, it is a dream come true. George is now the model husband, who volunteers to change nappies and takes the baby for walks in the park. However, their new domestic bliss isn't set to last. A meteor is headed straight for Earth, and in twenty-four hours, all life will be obliterated. It's up to Arnie, Janet and Tyler to retrain George to use his powers to prevent disaster. But it is a frantic race against time — will Thermoman return to save the Earth?

Series 4 (2003)[edit]

Episode Title Written by Directed by Original airdate Viewers
1 "A Sporting Chance" Paul Mayhew-Archer John Stroud 8 August 2003 (2003-08-08) 5.19
George is asked to join the local cricket team, but little does he know what he's let himself in for. After a crash course on the rules of cricket from Janet, George takes to the field and decimates his own team with his over-zealous fielding, then surprises everyone by scoring a near-impossible twenty-four runs off the last four balls. Jealous Piers then challenges him to a series of other sporting events, only for George to become hooked on the sweet taste of victory - and become horribly attracted to it.
2 "The Living Dead" Paul Mayhew-Archer John Stroud 15 August 2003 (2003-08-15) 6.26
George is tricked into buying a life insurance policy, so to insure a quick payout, he walks under a bus, knowing full well that due to his superpowers, he will return to life immediately. However, his plan starts to crumble when he suffers a minor heart attack - leaving Janet to explain to everyone that her husband is dead. George begins to feel trapped by his non-existence, but soon hatches a plan to bring himself back to life, and discredit Piers at the same time. Meanwhile, Mrs. Raven beings to experiment with hypnotherapy.
3 "Taking the Credit" James Cary John Stroud 22 August 2003 (2003-08-22) 6.40
George believes he has hit the jackpot when he discovers the wonder that is the 'Credit Card' - but little does he realise that he has to repay all of the money he has spent. When the bills arrive, Janet discovers what has been going on, and devises a plan to win the money on the lottery, with the help of Ollie's ubertalent and mind reading abilities. However, George isn't out of the woods yet - as he has drawn the attention of the Lord High Arbiter of Abuses of Power.
4 "It's All in the Mind" Paul Mayhew-Archer John Stroud 29 August 2003 (2003-08-29) 6.19
George is asked by the Ultronian Council to write a progress report on humanity. All seems to be going well, until his new mind-reading powers reveal the true nature of human thought. The unpleasant thoughts of Stanley, Ella, and Mrs. Raven leave George in a state of despair. His sense of honesty forces him to write a damning report, and the Ultronian Council condemns the human race to death by laser. Only Janet can save the world - by convincing the four worst people in George's report to donate money to a good cause.
5 "Space Virus" Paul Mayhew-Archer & Paul Mendelson John Stroud 5 September 2003 (2003-09-05) 6.49
On the way back from a trip to his home planet, George picks up a rather nasty parasitic disease, which is fatal to humans. It isn't long before his close friends and family catch the disease, and George is forced to administer the kiss of life to all of his nearest and dearest. Meanwhile, Piers has secured himself a new television series, Crispin, but his friends and family soon object to him exploiting Tyler live on air due to his mental health problems. However, this soon proves the least of anyone's problems, when George discovers he has passed on his super-powers through the kiss of life.
6 "The Mayor of Northolt" Trevelyan Evans & Pete Sinclair John Stroud 12 September 2003 (2003-09-12) 6.32
A faulty streetlight outside Stanley and Ella's bedroom is keeping them awake at night, and getting the Council to mend it proves impossible. George decides to stand for Mayor, promising to fix the streetlight if elected, only to find that his opponent is none other than Piers. George wins unanimous approval when the voters respond positively to his refreshingly honest approach, but unfortunately, the pressures of Mayoral Office put an unreasonable strain on his marriage, causing Janet to move out. And matters are made even worse when Piers tries to sabotage his campaign.
7 "Big" Gary Lawson & John Phelps John Stroud 19 September 2003 (2003-09-19) 6.19
Ollie's half-human, half Ultronian physiology begins to cause problems when he starts to grow at an accelerated rate. In twenty-four hours, he grows from a nine-month-old baby into a nineteen-year-old boy, with a 'serious' girlfriend. Janet and George are distraught at being robbed of the pleasure of watching their only son grow up. They employ the services of an eminent Ultronian doctor to cure their son, but things turn from bad to worse when Ollie turns into an eighteen-year-old girl.
8 "The Consultant" James Cary John Stroud 26 September 2003 (2003-09-26) 6.21
Arnie is forced to turn consultant when the Ultronian Council send him to check up on Thermoman's performance. He begins by conducting a Time and Motion study, and begins to make some changes. However, a plethora of customer satisfaction forms quickly hamper Thermoman's ability to rescue the victims of natural disasters. Fearing for the world's safety, George retires, but soon changes his mind when his replacement, Work Experience Boy, is unable to save Janet, who is trapped in the burning health centre.
9 "The Family Way" Trevelyan Evans & Pete Sinclair John Stroud 3 October 2003 (2003-10-03) 6.51
George discovers that he has accidentally agreed to be a surrogate parent for a couple living on Ultron. Janet is forced to claim that George has been putting on weight - but when he gives birth, they discover that he has been carrying the son of an Ape couple, who have taken the form of what they believed to be the most intelligent beings on the planet. Meanwhile, Piers embarrasses himself, when having found the sonogram of the baby, he concludes that Stanley is actually the pregnant man, when in reality he is just suffering from kidney stones.
10 "Time and Time Again" Paul Mayhew-Archer John Stroud 10 October 2003 (2003-10-10) 7.17
George's April Fools joke backfires on him, and forces him to leave Janet to spend some time alone. However, when he returns, he discovers that he has been away seven years. He and Arnie decide to go back in time, using a dangerous series of time portals, to return everything to normal. However, George soon decides to use this to his advantage, and make little adjustments to life. However, as usual, his plans fail to work, and it soon results in Janet becoming bald, falling in love with Piers, having ten children, and Arnie becoming the father of Janet's brother 'Arnold'.

Series 5 (2005)[edit]

Episode Title Written by Directed by Original airdate Viewers
1 "The Foresight Saga" Paul Mayhew-Archer & Paul Mendelson John Stroud 7 January 2005 (2005-01-07) 5.66
Janet gives birth to a baby girl, which decides to name itself Cassie, short for Cassandra. However, her birth is far from normal, leading to an incorrect prediction that Janet's close friends and family are all going to die. George, believing that Ultronian powers of foresight are never wrong, prepares to move everyone in the Northern Hemisphere to safety. However, he leaves himself open to humiliation when Cassie's powers prove to be less than perfect.
2 "Illegal Aliens" Paul Mayhew-Archer John Stroud 14 January 2005 (2005-01-14) 5.42
George and Arnie find themselves under intense scrutiny when an immigration officer turns up, looking for evidence of illegal aliens. George creates a fake accident in order to sway the officer away from his investigation, but will it be successful enough to get the charges against George and Arnie dropped? Meanwhile, Mrs. Raven scams Piers into believing that he has a secret love child, which in turn results in payments of money that Mrs. Raven agrees to 'hand over' to the child, but is in turn keeping for herself.
3 "The First Husbands' Club" Paul Mayhew-Archer John Stroud 21 January 2005 (2005-01-21) 4.76
After being conned by Piers into paying for a car accident which he did not cause, George decides to organise a militant men's group, with Arnie, Tyler and Stanley. However, his motto of 'A woman's place is in the kitchen' soon begins to cause outrage amongst the female population, and begins to give men the confidence to regain authority over their women. Soon enough, the majority of female population find themselves enslaved to men - but not Mrs. Raven, who continues to delight in making Piers's life a living hell, without him realising she is responsible.
4 "Cassie Come Home" Daniel Peak John Stroud 28 January 2005 (2005-01-28) 4.63
George and Janet find themselves in a sticky situation when Ella becomes a Justice of the Peace - and a Magistrate - and decides to monitor the children, to see the way they are being brought up and educated. Things go disastrously wrong when Arnie plies the children with cans of alcohol, and Tyler is left to muddle their brains during a babysitting session - leaving Ella no choice but to take the children into care. However, the children are left unimpressed by the decision - and decide to "escape". The bad news comes when Cassie fails to return home...
5 "Nothing to Hide" James Cary John Stroud 4 February 2005 (2005-02-04) 4.83
George finds himself in an impossible situation when he rescues the stolen Mona Lisa from the clutches of an art thief - but is unable to explain to Scotland Yard detectives why the painting has ended up in his flat. Things turn from bad to worse when George is given an electronic tag, to track him at all times. How will he be able to explain his activities? In an attempt to save George's bacon, Janet, Arnie and Tyler hatch a plan to return the painting to its owners - but Stanley scuppers their chance when he punches a hole through the picture in an attempt to make Janet see the real George.
6 "Brain Drain" Daniel Peak John Stroud 11 February 2005 (2005-02-11) 4.89
George attempts to make the internet safer for his children to use, only to result in himself suffering from a bout of "pop-ups" syndrome. To solve the problem, Arnie uses a mind filter to remove the "pop-ups", and any other useless information and prejudices caught in George's mind. However, George begins to use the mind filter to his advantage, removing any reference of Ella and Stanley from his memory. However, the mind filter becomes overloaded - leaving the minds of his friends and family all scrambled up.
7 "Fear and Clothing" Trevelyan Evans & Pete Sinclair John Stroud 25 February 2005 (2005-02-25) Under 4.77
George's superstitions regarding Friday the thirteenth begin to come true, causing him to doubt his invincibility - which in turn, affects his ability to rescue people. He soon turns into a nervous wreck, and starts disappearing when ever he is scared. Can Janet and Arnie find a way to cure George of his fears before it is too late? Meanwhile, Piers jumps on another bandwagon, by launching his own diet — The Crispin Diet, no less — and health drink. But little does he know that the diet may be hazardous to his own health.
8 "How Green Was My Ollie?" James Cary John Stroud 4 March 2005 (2005-03-04) 5.17
In an attempt to get Ollie to eat his vegetables, George brings back some genetically modified vegetables from Ultron. However, these vegetables soon begin to create some unfortunate side-effects, for both Ollie and George. George, whose mind is scrambled, accidentally makes the mink whale extinct by using it to plug a volcano. Thus, Piers sees an opportunity to ruin Thermoman's career - and starts a campaign against his abuse of nature. And things soon turn from bad to worse when Ella jumps on the bandwagon.
9 "Big Bother" Paul Mayhew-Archer John Stroud 18 March 2005 (2005-03-18) 5.32
George decides to treat Janet on their five year anniversary, attempting to give her the perfect day. However, their peace is soon shattered when an Ultronian television producer arrives at the flat, and announces that the last six months of their lives have been filmed and beamed across the galaxy in a reality television show entitled Thermowatch. George and Janet decide to stick with the show, until Arnie decides to create his own show, Filth, and his nocturnal activities with Mrs. Raven begin to attract more viewers.
10 "Night Fever" Daniel Peak John Stroud 25 March 2005 (2005-03-25) 5.48
George receives the shock of his life when he wakes up in bed next to Mrs. Raven. Little does he know that it is only a dream - and that he has lost his ability to distinguish dreams from reality, due to his love of Brussel sprouts. Unable to get the idea of him and Mrs. Raven sleeping together out of his head, he decides that he must leave Janet, and instead start a new life with Mrs. Raven and her triplets. It's up to Janet, Arnie and Tyler to make him see sense, before it is too late - and he has runaway with a madwoman.

Series 6 (2006)[edit]

Series six was the first and only series to feature James Dreyfus in the lead role, taking over from the outgoing Ardal O'Hanlon. Due to declining ratings, and the poor public reception to Dreyfus, the series was axed, leading to the final two episodes being broadcast on Sunday lunchtimes, rather than the prime-time slot on Friday evenings.

Episode Title Written by Directed by Original airdate Viewers
1 "Footloose" Paul Mayhew-Archer & Daniel Peak John Stroud 21 July 2006 (2006-07-21) 4.80
George is introduced to poker by Arnie after falling on hard times when his health shop is forced to close down. However, unable to grasp the basic rules of the game, he ends up losing his body to a pair of big Ultronian gamblers. With only his soul remaining, the Ultronian council are forced to give him a new body. Janet is allowed to pick the new alias of her husband, but fails to click with the two initial disguises. She is forced to keep the third, but struggles to accept George in his new form.
2 "Here's One I Made Earlier" Paul Mayhew-Archer & Andrea Solomons John Stroud 28 July 2006 (2006-07-28) 3.20
Janet is still finding it hard to adjust to George's new disguise, and wonders if this means that they have to start their relationship all over again. The task is made more difficult by some well-kept secrets finding their way out of the closet: George has a love-child, which is living on Ultron with his step-father, and Janet's old boyfriend, who has managed to track her down through a dating site. Meanwhile, Piers finds himself engaged to a stunningly beautiful woman who loves him unconditionally. Until he dies, that is.
3 "My Kingdom for a Cat" Katie Douglas John Stroud 4 August 2006 (2006-08-04) 2.74
After attempting to help Janet get used to his new disguise, George finds himself desperately trying to get Janet to fall back in love with him. In an effort to endear himself to Janet, and to at last get back in the bedroom, rather than sleeping on the sofa, George seeks advice on what really makes a woman happy. George decides to pay a visit to the cat king of Ultron, only to find himself so deeply involved with cat-like tendencies that he begins coughing up hairballs, and grows a tail and whiskers to watch.
4 "Sidekick" Jon Brown John Stroud 11 August 2006 (2006-08-11) 2.72
George agrees to take on some of Piers's patients, so that he can practise his golf swing. But with his duties as Thermoman continues, he decides to reduce his workload by finding a sidekick, with a little help from Arnie. His choice is a beautiful, statuesque, six foot tall blonde called Lula, a choice which leaves Janet even less impressed than before. When George is demoted to Sticky Tape Boy as a result of Lula's efficiency at her job, he realises something has to be done, as he's at risk of losing his livelihood - and his wife.
5 "Dermoman" Daniel Peak John Stroud 25 August 2006 (2006-08-25) 2.43
George is caught breaking the speed limit by the Ultronian Police, and thus, has to re-sit his superhero theory test. Janet tells him he has to pass, otherwise he will lose his licence and will be sent back to Ultron forever. Tyler attempts to persuade George to join a gym, in order to burn off some of the vigour that he has been collecting in the bedroom department. Meanwhile, Ella believes that Stanley is turning into a homosexual, and attempts to restore his body to its previous state by secretly slipping him some of Arnie's reverse steroids - which a catastrophic effect.
6 "Top of the Table" James Cary John Stroud 1 September 2006 (2006-09-01) 2.56
George's position as the second-best superhero in the Galaxy sparks him into creating a brand of his own Thermoman merchandise, with a little help from Arnie. He soon begins to believe that his mass-market idea will help him take the crown of ultimate superhero - but he soon discovers that his idea has gone catastrophically wrong, and he is now only fourteenth in the table. In an attempt to boost his ratings, he attempts to complete a number of 'good deeds'. However, allowing Tyler to fall from a multi-storey balcony and ruining the Northolt Players production of 'Othello' soon begin to dent his table position even more.
7 "Not for Prophet" James Cary John Stroud 3 September 2006 (2006-09-03) 2.67
George becomes determined to prove his devotion as a father, and thus, decides to set up an Ultronian faith school to give Cassie a taste of Ultronian culture – much to Janet's despair. However, before he can do so, he must decide on the name of the faith he is going to invent. His efforts to convert Northolt to Wa-Tu-Ma-Hey-Go-Fla lead to George convincing himself – and an impressive crowd of followers – that he must be the chosen one. However, Tyler's impromptu announcement regarding the chosen one being a virgin leads to a rooftop fight between George and Piers.
8 "Believe" Gary Lawson & John Phelps John Stroud 10 September 2006 (2006-09-10) 2.86
George finds himself turning into a one-man wrecking ball after his super powers appear to have deserted him. Janet insists he sorts himself out, but he doesn’t know what is wrong, and hopes it’s just a temporary blip. In an attempt to return himself to his former glory, George asks Arnie to give him an MOT performance test, which reveals that his confidence is completely shot. After helping Piers promote his new book, Arnie realises that George has gone from having no confidence, to being completely arrogant - and thus decides that the only way to save him is to give him a new head.


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