Are You Being Served?

Season 8 Episode 6

Closed Circuit

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Aired Wednesday 7:30 PM May 21, 1981 on BBC
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Closed Circuit
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Grace Brothers has decided to enter the video age and display advertisements on closed circuit television throughout the store. Meanwhile, there is a new face in Menswear.

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    Gorden Kaye

    Gorden Kaye

    Mr. Fortescue

    Guest Star

    Louise Burton

    Louise Burton

    Secretary

    Guest Star

    John D. Collins

    John D. Collins

    Second Waiter

    Guest Star

    Kenneth Waller

    Kenneth Waller

    Old Mr Grace

    Recurring Role

    Benny Lee

    Benny Lee

    Mr Klein

    Recurring Role

    Vivienne Johnson

    Vivienne Johnson

    Nurse

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    • QUOTES (7)

      • Mrs Slocombe: (on the phone) I'm waiting for him to answer. It's my next-door neighbour... Hello? Is that Mr Ackbar? Mrs Slocombe here, your next-door neighbour. I wonder, would you do me a favour? Would you go to my front door, bend down, and look through the letter-box? And if you can see my pussy, would you drop a sardine on the mat? (pauses to listen) No, Mr Ackbar, I'm at work... H-hello!? Someone's cut us off.

      • Mr Rumbold: Sales figures last week were the worst on record. Why? We've got a good name, we're in a good position. Why aren't people coming to the store?
        Miss Brahms: I blame it on the buses. There's less of them.
        Mr Rumbold: What's that got to do with it?
        Mis Brahms: Well, because there's less of them, they're more crowded. More people are standing and they're not wearing out their trousers .

      • Captain Peacock: (about Mrs Slocombe) I can't imagine any make-up that would obliterate the ravages of fifty years.
        Mr Klein: I think people like to see a lived-in face.
        Captain Peacock: Hers is more than lived in. It's got squatters.

      • Mr Humphries: I knew a girl just like you who tried to get into pictures.
        Miss Brahms: What happened to her?
        Mr Humphries: She ended up on the cutting floor.

        Mis Brahms: What a shame! What picture was she supposed to be in?
        Mr Humphries: She wasn't supposed to be in any picture. She wasn't even supposed to be in the cutting room.

      • Mrs Slocombe: (advertising her merchandise) Yes, it's all happening in my underwear today!

      • Miss Brahms: Look, he lives in a detached castle!

      • Waiter: Madam, a nice aperitif?
        Mrs Slocombe: Oh, thank you. They're my own, too!

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