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After 20 years of service at Grace Brothers, Captain Peacock is congratulated with a honorary medal. As well he has been granted the key to the executive washroom and a seat in the ... See full summary »

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Mr. Lucas
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Arthur Brough ...
Mr. Grainger
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Mr. Rumbold
Larry Martyn ...
Mr. Mash
Harold Bennett ...
Young Mr. Grace
Jeffrey Segal ...
The Clip-On Bow Tie
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The Bold Check
Maureen Lane ...
the Lady Customer
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After 20 years of service at Grace Brothers, Captain Peacock is congratulated with a honorary medal. As well he has been granted the key to the executive washroom and a seat in the executive dining room. The floor staff are quite displeased about this and feel that their segregated work places are entirely unfair. But what can they do about it? Written by Nadia Nassar

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13 March 1975 (UK)  »

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Trivia

Captain Peacock is celebrating his twentieth anniversary working for Grace Brothers Department Store in this episode from Season Three Yet, in an episode from the fifth season, he is asked by a customer how long he has been working there, and Peacock replies, saying that he's been there for almost twenty years now". His correct response should have been "twenty two years". See more »

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The last time the staff members exit the elevator to catch Capt. Peacock, they exit as the doors are closing; the doors stop. After they all exit, the doors remain partly open through the rest of the scene. See more »

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Mrs. Betty Slocombe: So I said to him, I said, "Young man," I said, "if you don't take your hand off my knee at once, I'm getting off this bar stool and going home!"
Miss Shirley Brahms: And did he?
Mrs. Betty Slocombe: He did not!
Miss Shirley Brahms: So you went home?
Mrs. Betty Slocombe: Eventually.
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