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Lukewarm (Character)
from "Porridge" (1974)

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  1. "Britain's Best Loved Sitcoms" (2015) TV series Played by Christopher Biggins

  2. Life Beyond the Box: Norman Stanley Fletcher (2003) (TV) Played by Christopher Biggins
  3. "Comedy Connections"
        - Porridge (2003) TV episode, Played by Christopher Biggins

  4. "Porridge"
        - Pardon Me (1977) TV episode, Played by Christopher Biggins
        - A Storm in a Teacup (1977) TV episode, Played by Christopher Biggins
        - No Way Out (1975) TV episode, Played by Christopher Biggins
        - Just Desserts (1975) TV episode, Played by Christopher Biggins
        - Men Without Women (1974) TV episode, Played by Christopher Biggins
          (1 more)
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  1. Ronnie Barker Interview (2001) (V) Played by Christopher Biggins

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From "Porridge: The Hustler (#1.2)" (1974)
Norman Stanley Fletcher: [Fletch walks into the kitchen] Here you are, Lukewarm. 3 dozen and 2
Lukewarm: What's wrong with the hens since you took over, shell shock?
Norman Stanley Fletcher: No need for that.
Mr. Appleton: [Mr Appleton walks in the kitchen] Thieving again are you Fletcher?
Norman Stanley Fletcher: now now Mr Appleton, there's no need for that sort of defamatory is there.
Mr. Appleton: Always pilfering, the whole lot of you.
Norman Stanley Fletcher: Come on I resent that remark Mr Appleton. I've done some bad things in my life, I wouldn't be in here otherwise, but petty sneak thieving is not my style. Not my style at all.
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