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The Freckle, the Key and the Couple Who Weren't 

After a row about Susan's thoughtless inability to tell Steve whether his butt had an old mole or fresh freckles, they join the friends in the pub. Jeff arrives, oblivious he's wearing an ... See full summary »

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After a row about Susan's thoughtless inability to tell Steve whether his butt had an old mole or fresh freckles, they join the friends in the pub. Jeff arrives, oblivious he's wearing an SM mask, as Steve drags out of him from playing 'Spankman' with Julia, desperate for advice about the use of laxatives to recuperate jewelry swallowed from his irresistibly naked girlfriend. Back in her apartment, where she's handcuffed and Jeff still clue- and key-less, they freak at a knock she fears to be her parents. It's worse: her military ex Joe. Jane reveals more ways to be utterly out of touch with the world, especially her patient boy-friend, who later announces he must spend some months in Germany as radio-maker. James and Susan discover they knew each-other as wild Oxford students. Written by KGF Vissers

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21 October 2002 (UK)  »

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This episode is the first in the series to dispense with both the opening and the closing titles due to its length. See more »

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Susan: Jane's breasts scare me. They're like Mickey Mouse's ears. Whatever way she turns, they're still facing you.
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References Realengo 18 (1961) See more »

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