Lovejoy

Season 2 Episode 8

Sugar and Spice

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Aired Unknown Feb 24, 1991 on BBC
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Lovejoy is in hot water for not paying the school fees of his teenage daughter, Vicky. Meanwhile (and much to Eric's disgust) another schoolgirl asks the firm to sell some erotic drawings for her. When Lovejoy sees the same girl being threatened by a man at the school, he decides there's more to the story than meets the eye. He also manages to vex Susan, his former wife, as they try to cope with their daughter's problems.

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    Gloria Connell

    Gloria Connell

    Mrs Harrington-Morse

    Guest Star

    Caroline Blakiston

    Caroline Blakiston

    Miss Hemingway

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    Mel Martin

    Mel Martin

    Susan Lovejoy

    Guest Star

    Amelia Shankley

    Amelia Shankley

    Vicky Lovejoy

    Recurring Role

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      • Lovejoy: (to camera) Pornography is a closed door to me. I don't see the point of peering through the keyhole. It's just a bare room, what you see is dull and obvious, oh and sex, but the passion and the intensity is locked out. This is not pornography, a man's whole being went into this, no two hairs are the same, no two skins have the same texture. He never uses the same light, colour, shadow, gesture, movement. Instead of locking out our senses he draws them in, warmth, touch, emotion, passion. Look at Fusely, the door opens.

      • Eric: What made you get married, Lovejoy?
        Lovejoy: I talked her into it.

      • Eric: What the hell are you doing, it's radioactive!
        Lovejoy: Eric, this is a small town chemist, not Three Mile Island.

      • Eric: He almost killed me.
        Lovejoy: That would've been some compensation

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