Sir Bernard's Stately Homes

Season 1 Episode 2

Browning Abbey

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Aired Wednesday 10:20 PM May 19, 1999 on BBC Two
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Browning Abbey
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Sir Bernard Chumley (off the Telly) visits Browning Abbey, Buckinghamshire, home to the archbishop of Mexford.

Bernard's sidekick Antony (Tony) Rodgers (42), out on probation after murdering his wife, is on the run with Chumley after the incident of Nelson's uniform in Episode 1. They band together to find the golden potato

Newspapers report Sir Bernard and Tony's disappearance, mentioning an incident where Sir Bernard "accidentally" cut the hair of the first Juliet Bravo, causing Bernard to protest his innocence throughout the episode.

Browning Abbey was home to monks in the 15th Century, who were famed for making their own wine, preserves and Chambourcy Hippopotamous. The Abbey boasts a famous collection of dolls, greatly loved by the verger Jeffrey (David Foxxe)

While Bernard records his documentary, keeping the verger busy, Tony ransacks the Abbey, looking for the golden potato.moreless

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        "Also off the Telly - Police Camera Action!"

        "They would have gathered around the fireplace thinking about god and that"

        "Cradle the balls, stroke the shaft, say my name"

        "I love god and jesus and all that stuff so why don't you just bloody off! Toss up you ruddy toss-pot!"

        "Woo-hoo! Hello ducky!"

        "Sit down, monkey boy!"

        "All of a sudden, the first Juliet Bravo is too bald and traumatised to continue with the role."

        "I hear the archbishop is a religious man. He may put a curse on us."

        "How are we going to get away? We've got no petrol. And I'm too fat to run."

        "Let's put you in your pyjamas shall we?"

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