There's a new perfume display at Grace Brothers called 'Bliss' but there's no 'Bliss Girl' to man the display. With no other alternative, Mr. Humphries is placed in charge of the display. And to top it off Captain Peacock has replaced Mr.Humphries. It's going to be a chaotic day on the Ladies and Gents floor. Written by
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Captain Peacock tells Mr. Tebbs to straighten the tie drawer, but the drawer they are indicating is clearly full of socks, not ties. See more
[Signals with his finger for Mrs. Slocombe to come over to him
Captain Peacock! I do not respond to any man's finger!
I used to have an aunt that said that. A maiden aunt.
References Lady and the Tramp
A Foggy Day (In London Town)
Music by George Gershwin
Lyrics by Ira Gershwin
Sung by Arthur English
Mr. Harman sings while vacuuming stairs at beginning of story See more