Porridge

Season 2 Episode 6

No Peace For the Wicked

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Aired Thursday 8:30 PM Nov 28, 1975 on BBC
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No Peace For the Wicked
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Fletcher wants a quiet Saturday afternoon in his cell, but is continually disturbed by various people; fellow prisoners, a party of government officials and the prison chaplain. It is he who finally sends Fletcher over the edge - who in turn, sends the chaplain over the balcony!moreless

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    Tony Aitken

    Tony Aitken

    Chaplain

    Guest Star

    Eric Dodson

    Eric Dodson

    Mr. Banyard

    Guest Star

    Geoffrey Greenhill

    Geoffrey Greenhill

    Prison Visitor

    Guest Star

    Sam Kelly

    Sam Kelly

    Warren

    Recurring Role

    Tony Osoba

    Tony Osoba

    McLaren

    Recurring Role

    David Jason

    David Jason

    Blanco

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      • (Fletcher explains the system of conjugal visits)
        Fletcher: They have special apartments, you see, where the wife comes to stay the weekend, and then you spend the whole time manifesting your long-felt want.
        Barrowclough: I don't know of any prison where...
        Fletcher: Maybe not here but certainly in Holland, and also, I think, in America, where they have a more enlightened penal system anyway.
        Barrowclough: You mean the wives just visit and spend the whole weekend...
        Fletcher: Conjugating, yeah.
        Barrowclough: That's more than I am allowed at home.

      • Home Office visitor: This system of working off your sentence, I can see it working for men like you.
        Second visitor: Yes, now, given a choice, what area would you choose to work in?
        Fletcher: Well, sir , if I had the choice, I think I would choose the building site, sir.
        Lady visitor: The fresh air.
        Fletcher: Yeah, but mainly cause I could nick myself a fortune.

      • Mackay: Even Slade Prison, which has had it's share of violence, has never known a chaplain thrown off its balcony.
        Fletcher: I knew the safety net was there, sir.
        Governor: That's hardly the point. The chaplain was shattered.
        Fletcher: He'll bounce back, sir. Well, he did a bit...

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