After years of reaction in her widow's love life, Mrs. Slocombe is getting extremely cranky with everybody, even with customers. The notable exception is Mr. Humphries, whom she showers with embarrassingly obvious attention, including presents. When the obsession drives her to alcoholism and it starts raining complaints from verbally abused customers, Mr. Rumbold and Mr. Grace investigate, and end up with psychological advice that the only cure is for the object of her desire to appear to be responsive- poor Mr. Humphries has to sit next to her when the whole floor gets to attend a ballet show of Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker... Written by
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The Mohair Jumper
I'm not sure it's really me.
Oh, but it is, madam! You see, everybody has an aura what goes with their personality. Some people have an aura what is pink, others have an aura what is blue. And as soon as I saw madam, I said to myself, madam has an aura what is purple with white stripes.
References Bride of Frankenstein