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Season 8 Episode 2

A Personal Problem

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Aired Wednesday 7:30 PM Apr 16, 1981 on BBC
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Captain Peacock's wife works at Grace Brothers, as Mr. Rumbold's secretary. He is intensely jealous and is absolutely convinced that the two of them are having an affair.

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    Jack Haig

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    Tramp

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    Pat Keen

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    Kenneth Waller

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    Old Mr Grace

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    Milo Sperber

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    Mr Grossman

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    Nurse

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      • Mrs Slocombe: I don't mind saying this to you, Mr Humphries, but men can be beasts.
        Mr Humphries: Why don't you mind saying this to me?

      • Mrs Slocombe: I was talking to Mrs. Hopcurk up in Personnel, and she's a very close friend of the Peacock family... Well they share the same milkman. According to her, their marriage has been a bit like (shakes hand loosely). Like that.
        Mr Humphries: Is it?
        Miss Brahms: Rumour has it, they haven't been getting it together for some time.
        Mr Humphries: Well, it can't be easy if it's (imitates Mrs Slocombe's gesture) like that.
        Mrs Slocombe: Apparently the rot set in at the Christmas party.
        Mr Humphries: (chuckles) It often does.
        Mrs Slocombe: If you recall, Captain Peacock spilled blancmange all down Miss Pickthorn's cleavage.
        Mr Humphries: I thought that was semolina pudding?
        Mrs Slocombe: No. That was Mr Haraden and Miss Forceps. And that was the year before.
        Mr Humphries: How time flies.
        Mrs Slocombe: The question is: Who got it out?
        Mr Humphries: (misunderstands) What party was this?

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