The Osbournes—Series One

Sharon Osbourne, reviewing Series One, sighs wistfully to her son: "I wish it was back then, Jack... we were innocent then." Jack replies: "I think we've been robbed of our innocence."And it was precisely those naïve and spontaneous moments in the Osbourne family mansion that made the first series such a richly human, entertaining and unrepeatable TV experience.

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Sharon Osbourne, reviewing Series One, sighs wistfully to her son: “I wish it was back then, Jack… we were innocent then.” Jack replies: “I think we’ve been robbed of our innocence.”And it was precisely those na

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