Then Churchill Said to Me

Season 1 Episode 3

Nanny By Searchlight

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Aired Unknown Mar 15, 1993 on BBC Two
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Nanny By Searchlight
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Left in charge of the regiment's mascot, Potts causes a diplomatic incident.

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John Challis

John Challis

Major Henri Boucher

Guest Star

Martin Cochrane

Martin Cochrane

Michel

Guest Star

James Chase

James Chase

MacKensey

Guest Star

Joanna Dunham

Joanna Dunham

Petty Officer Joan Bottomley

Recurring Role

Nicholas Courtney

Nicholas Courtney

Col. Witherton

Recurring Role

Shaun Curry

Shaun Curry

Sgt Major McRuckus

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  • QUOTES (3)

    • Potts: I joined the war to be a hero and what's happened? I'm a nursemaid to a nanny.


      Colonel Witherton: (shouting from his office) Hurry up with my uniform!


      Potts: And a nanny to a ninny.

    • (MacKensey notices the nanny goat roaming around.) MacKensey: Why don't you get him a pen?


      Potts: Cause he can't write.

    • Potts: It was me who completely caused this balls-up, ... this balles-oop. What the French for ...? Coq au vin!

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  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • Potts: It is a far, far better thing I go to do than I've ever done before. And a bloody sight more stupid.

      Potts partly quotes the famous last words of Sydney Carlton, the hero of "A Tale of Two Cities".

    • Sally: That little goatee beard! He reminds me of Monty Woolley.

      Monty Woolley (1888 - 1963) was a bearded, former university professor who became a film actor late in life.