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Margo ordered a nine foot Christmas tree but the one which was delivered was eight feet five and three quarter inches tall. So Margo sends the whole delivery back!
Margo gets everything to do with Christmas delivered in a van, including the Christmas tree, decorations and food.
The Goods manage to survive Christmas spending only fifteen pence, and that was on the balloons.
The fleeces that Barbara is shown carrying are not the type that you would spin. She is carrying fleeces that include the hide. This type would be used for a rug or a sheepskin coat. Wool from a sheep is sheared with clippers.
This is the first episode where we find out Jerry is jostling to take Sir's place.
The Goods are exposed to Kojak for the first time.
Mrs. Domes-Patterson, wife of the local head of the conservative element, is first mentioned in this episode.
At school Margo was called "Starchy Sturgis."
Margo's secret about her sense of humour is that she hasn't got one.
Barbara names her beansprout Douglas.
Margo is elected the President of the Society in this episode.
This is the first time we see the Good's allottment.
This is the first time we see the Good's bedroom.
Margo celebrates her birthday in this episode.
The house next door has now been sold to the Weavers.
Margo resigns from the Music Society in this episode.
Perky is sent for slaughter in this episode. The other pig Pinky, is bred.
We find out that Tom goes golfing but only to gather chestnuts and blackberries, as well as to shoot rabbits.
The judge mentions that Tom shot the leek theif (Harry) in the left buttocks, but when Harry says that the pellet did hurt, he starts to reach down for his right buttock.
This is the episode in which we find out that Jerry is short for Jeremy.