The whole village mourns when General O'Leary, owner of a hunting estate in South Ireland, is killed in an accident. His nephew, Jasper O'Leary, takes over the state and soon has aroused the displeasure of all, with the exception of Serena McGluskey, as much a schemer as he is a cad. Led by Thady O'Heggarty, the villagers plot to drive Jasper away. They use the occasion of "O'Leary Night", when the ghost of the first O'Leary walks the halls, to create general chaos.
Is love compatible with coupledom? And what of freedom and fidelity? These are some of the questions facing two married men.
Two weddings collide when both receptions are held at one hotel.
Happy Ever After is a British sitcom starring Terry Scott and June Whitfield. It aired from 1974 to 1978 and was written by John T. Chapman, Eric Merriman, Christopher Bond, John Kane and Jon Watkins. After Happy Ever After ended Scott and Whitfield starred in Terry and June from 1979 to 1987, a sitcom that was much the same as Happy Ever After, minus Aunt Lucy, with Terry and June`s surname changed from "Fletcher" to "Medford", and the characters shifted to Purley.
Happy Ever After is a 1999 Hong Kong grand-production television period drama. A TVB production, the drama was produced by Chong Wai-kin, written by Chan Ching-yee and Choi Ting-ting, and stars an ensemble cast. The drama is set during the reign of the Qianlong Emperor of Late Imperial China's Qing dynasty. The drama tells of a story regarding the struggles of a poor chef and his best friend earning an opportunity to serve the Qianlong Emperor, also befriending the emperor along the way. The drama also places an emphasis on Chinese cuisine with documentations concerning the Manchu Han Imperial Feast. Happy Ever After acclaimed positive reviews from critics and was TVB's third highest-rating drama of 1999, peaking to 40 points. Happy Ever After was re-broadcast on the same channel in 2007 between January and March.