Dennis Patterson has to give a talk to 70 bricklayers, outlining to them the dangers of the AIDS virus. He attends a course, and afterwards goes to the local pub, to watch the course leader give a TV interview. Unfortunately, he finds a more than cynical Oz at the bar. Naturally Oz displays a bigotted attitude towards the whole thing, but Dennis decides that if he is to convince 70 brickies of the danger, he must make Oz aware also. After much fruitless debate, Dennis cannot get through. Perhaps a joint effort with the good Doctor himself can rid Oz of his ignorance. Written by
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[Oz is talking to the doctor about AIDS
Well, I understand how a man can give it to a woman, in the obvious way, I understand how a bloke could give it to another bloke in... well we're all men o' the world aren't we; not that I'd be up to anything like that mind! It's just that, well, I don't class meself as particularly thick in this repect...
Argh, thank you... I mean, I can't understand how a woman can give it to a man, cos it's, well, its one way traffic when you get in there, isn't ...
Spun-off from Auf Wiedersehen, Pet