Relatively Speaking | 1989
A "Great Performances" presentation of the 1967 Alan Ayckbourn farce which examines the subject of love as a juggling act of romantic relationships, including adultery and mistaken identity.
Greg is jealous of his girlfriend Ginny. He discovers she has been involved previously with an older man, but, still wanting to marry her, he goes to the country to see her parents -- or so he thinks. As a result of the mix-up, he arrives at the home of Ginny's older lover, Philip, and his wife, Sheila. Ginny follows to tell Philip their affair is over. But by this time everybody thinks the other is somebody else, owing to the predilection of the English to never introduce themselves. Eventually all is sorted out, except for one intriguing question.