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Oh What a Tangled Web 

When both Captain Peacock and Mr.Rumbold's secretary are late rumors start to circulate that the two are together on the side. Then Mrs.Peacock becomes very suspicious concerning her ... See full summary »

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Arthur Brough ...
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Arthur English ...
Mr. Harman
Harold Bennett ...
Young Mr. Grace
Diana King ...
Melita Manger ...
Penny Irving ...
Mr. Grace's Secretary
Michael Stainton ...
Mr. Hazlewood
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When both Captain Peacock and Mr.Rumbold's secretary are late rumors start to circulate that the two are together on the side. Then Mrs.Peacock becomes very suspicious concerning her husband's strange behavior. She confronts Captain Peacock about his actions in the store and brings tremendous confusion and an assault on Mrs.Slocomb and currents in Mr.Grainger's ears. Written by Nadia Nassar

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13 May 1976 (UK)  »

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Mr. Grainger mentions getting a girl in trouble "in the pudding club", which is slang for pregnancy. See more »

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Captain Stephen Peacock: I sat behind the wheel all night, trying to think what to say...
[stands]
Captain Stephen Peacock: to the woman I love.
Mr. Dick Lucas: Why not, "Jump in the front for a quick cuddle?"
Captain Stephen Peacock: Foolishly, I asked Mr. Rumbold to perjure himself. Quite correctly, he refused so to do. For, after all, when the final account is balanced up in the Book of Life, we are men of integrity. What I've said is true, and I swear it, as a God-fearing man, and an ex-officer of the Royal Army Service Corps.
Mr. Cuthbert Rumbold: [...]
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References Coronation Street (1960) See more »

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