Oh, Doctor Beeching!

Season 1 Episode 9

Sleeping Around

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Aired Unknown Aug 27, 1996 on BBC
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Sleeping Around
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Gloria and Wilfred's beds are still made, so May, Ethel and Jack are anxious to find out where they are. Meanwhile, Ethel is hoping to be swept off her feet at the local dance.

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    Andy Bugden

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    Al Hunter Ashton

    Al Hunter Ashton

    Tom Samways

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    Tara Daniels

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    Amy Matlock

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    Richard Spendlove

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    • QUOTES (3)

      • May: Where could she have gone?
        Arnold: Maybe she went to the pictures.
        Ralph: The Longest Day is on at the Odeon. It goes on for hours and hours.
        Arnold: She wanted to see how it all turned out.
        Ralph: It's about the war. We won.

      • Jack: The kids of today, they get no discipline.
        May: Oh, you're not going to go on again about putting her across your knee, are you?
        Ethel: My dad tried that when I was about Gloria's age. I kicked him.
        Jack: I bet it didn't stop him.
        Ethel: It did where I kicked him.

      • Ethel: (about Jack's leg) It's a war wound.
        Parkin: That's not what I was led to believe.
        Ethel: It's true. He was in the trenches and these Germans were all coming at him with pansy tanks.

    • NOTES (1)

      • Felix Bowness makes an uncredited appearance as the pianist of Harry Lambert and his Rhythm Rascals. As he usually served as the warm-up man for the studio audiences, the producers didn't have to look far for the fifth member of the band.

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