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A Strange Woman 

Martin is scandalised by Paul's behaviour when he burns a perfectly good house sign and entertains scantily clad women in his back garden.

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Martin Bryce
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Ann Bryce
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Paul Ryman
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Howard Hughes
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Hilda Hughes
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Caroline
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Martin is scandalized to see a woman sun-bathing topless in Paul's garden and later staying the night. As Martin spies on Paul's house in the early hours a police car arrives to take him away and Paul plays up to Martin's supposition that he is a criminal when in fact he was donating blood for an emergency. Not to be outdone Martin also volunteers to give blood but wrongly assumes that Paul is propositioning Hilda when it is Ann that Paul has asked out again. Written by don @ minifie-1

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12 February 1984 (UK)  »

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(27 episodes)

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1.33 : 1
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When Paul says "With a ladder and some glasses, you could see to Hackney Marshes, if it wasn't for the houses in between," he is quoting the old music hall song "If It Wasn't for the 'Ouses in Between" made famous by Gus Elen. See more »

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