Tutti Frutti

Season 1 Episode 3

Gin a Body Dig a Body

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Aired Unknown Mar 17, 1987 on BBC
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Gin a Body Dig a Body
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As The Majestic's tour continues, there is media interest in Danny when the BBC makes a documentary on the death of his brother Big Jazza. However, Suzie is not impressed with Danny's decision to be involved and the rest of the band resent the attention he is getting. Mr. Clockerty has trouble with the quality of the memorabilia. Bomber is livid to learn that Vince is still seeing Glenna.moreless

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      • Mr Clockerty: There is such a thing as office security Miss Toner.
        Miss Toner: I should lie you mean.
        Mr Clockerty: Yes!

      • Sheena: Forty six year old McGlown, known through out the business simply as Big Jazza, was a one time amphetamine addict and a self confessed alcoholic. A nineteen stone delinquent, who boasted openly of his ability to down twenty pints of Heavy at one sitting.

      • Danny: Bizarre? No more bizarre than Emperor Hirohito standing for photographs in front of the Cenotaph or Donald Campbell's lass talking to News At Ten by Lake Windermere.

      • Suzie: Not a peep out of you for two weeks and then you turn up in the middle of the night. This is the first and last time that I'm getting out of my bed at a quarter past six for anybody.

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      • Vince says to Bomber when he asks him a barrage of questions, What's this? The Round Britain Quiz? He is referring to the long running BBC Radio Four quiz show that started in 1947 where teams from around the UK compete.

      • When Danny and Dennis are driving around searching for the bus shelter where his brother died, Danny says, You are definitely not being put up for your Duke of Edinburgh orienteering badge. He is referring to the Bronze, Silver and Gold award scheme that rewards personal achievement. Outside the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth it is run by the International Award Association.

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