Porridge

Season 1 Episode 6

Men Without Women

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Aired Thursday 8:30 PM Oct 10, 1974 on BBC
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Men Without Women
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After reading a love letter for Bunny Warren, Fletcher imparts his wisdom to Bunny regarding the fairer sex. But it seems Fletcher doesn't know quite as much as he thinks when his daughter Ingrid brings him news from home.

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    Royston Tickner

    Royston Tickner

    Sgt. Norris

    Guest Star

    Rosalind Elliot

    Rosalind Elliot

    Elaine

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    June Ellis

    June Ellis

    Isobel Fletcher

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    Brian Glover

    Brian Glover

    Heslop

    Recurring Role

    Sam Kelly

    Sam Kelly

    Warren

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    Michael Barrington

    Michael Barrington

    Governor

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      • (Fletcher talking about his wife)
        Fletcher: I'm not saying it ain't a bit hard for her sometimes. For instance, a few weeks ago she had to build a new coal bunker for herself. Now, that's no job for a woman.
        Lukewarm: Oh dear! You mean she had to mix concrete and all that?
        Fletcher: Oh, no, no, no. Her mother came over and did all that for her.

      • Mackay: My house, my house reflects my wife.
        Fletcher: Big, is it?
        Mackay: Spotless!

      • Barrowclough: No, I've never got used to bolting these doors, you know. I think of all of you locked in these little cells and I...I think of me going out of here and going home to my little house and my wife who's waiting for me.
        Fletcher: What's the matter, Mr Barrowclough?
        Barrowclough: I sometimes wish I was in here with you lot!

      • Fletcher: Advice to the lovelorn, you want, is it, Warren? Compose an appropriate reply?
        Warren: No, it's simpler than that, Fletcher. I just want you to read it to me.

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