The trouble with the guardian angel scenario, certainly here in this series, is that it isn’t the only occasion that it is used, and it is probably used better later on.
Everything about this story is more or less predictable. Average Joe Mr. Bevis manages to lose his job, his car and his apartment all on the same day. Enter his guardian angel, and he awakes to find he has success at work, his rent paid and a brand new car. Of course, in order to keep this he must make changes to his life, which he isn’t keen on doing, so the only choice is to return to the scenario he had before.
Again, it passes the time for half an hour, but that’s about all this episode does. It’s okay, and it is harmless, but it doesn’t engender any real feelings of being an unforgettable piece of television.
Rating: Another for the feelings of power, money and love. 2.5/5