Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The British sitcom Three Live Wires chronicled the merry misadventures of the employees of a London TV sales-and-repair shop. Most of the stories revolved around the exploits of chief technician Mike (Michael Medwin), a brash cockney. Bernard Fox, who later gained American TV fame as Malcolm Meriwether on The Andy Griffith Show and the bumbling Col. Crittenden on Hogan's Heroes, was here cast as the feckless Malcolm. Three Live Wires was presented by Associated Redifussion from May 15 to November 6, 1961, tallying up a total of 26 half-hour episodes.