Season 3 Episode 11

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Aired Unknown Mar 22, 1992 on BBC
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Mr Kashimoto is trying without success to join an exclusive local golf club. The club asks Lovejoy to value its finest silver trophy, but he recognizes it as a fake. Eric then accidentally shoots a hole in Lovejoy's ceiling, and in the loft above a very similar trophy is discovered... Lovejoy sets out to solve the mystery.


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    • Lovejoy: (to camera) Apparently I fall a little short in the required attire department for this establishment. We compromised; I get to sit outside in the sunshine, whilst Arnold takes Jane on the grand tour. Actually, I did get a quick shifty around the place, whilst Arnold and the Club captain were in heated debate about the rules. In the dining room, on the wall above the fireplace, they have what they think is a Turner, well, with what has happened with the Trophy, I just didn't have the heart to tell them it's a fake, painted by someone who, as we speak, is helping Interpol with their enquiries. Outside the Committee room, being kicked and bashed about and abused in general, is a hall stand by Christopher Dresser, which is worth about four thousand pounds. Go figure it out.

    • Jane: The last member to park in the Captain's spot was hanged at dawn and his corpse was on show for weeks as an example to others. And he drove a Rolls Royce, so I'm told.

    • Lovejoy: (to camera) It's Freddie, Freddie the phone, my entrepreneur landlord, now living in the sunny climes of Espanola, teaching the locals to be upwardly mobile with the use of portable telephones. From my somewhat limited experience, I found getting a phone to function normally out there a novelty.

    • Jane: As your number one spy, I have to inform you there's a hanging party searching the premises looking for you.
      Lovejoy: Isn't it nice to be popular?

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