Gladys is sent a bottle of champagne by an admirer, which she shares with Jeff. Later that evening, in order to be civil, Jeff agrees to have a few beers with Bert, a rather loud football ... See full summary »

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Gladys is sent a bottle of champagne by an admirer, which she shares with Jeff. Later that evening, in order to be civil, Jeff agrees to have a few beers with Bert, a rather loud football fan. As a consequence he gets rather tipsy and Gladys has to escort him back to his chalet. Hearing Jeff telling Gladys to 'let him go' Barry and Yvonne, the snooty dance demonstrators, feel that there is hanky-panky going on and are about to spread the word when Gladys saves Jeff's reputation. However, she still leaves him to wonder what exactly went on between them. Written by don @ minifie-1

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[Gladys has helped Jeffrey onto his bed who is in a drunken state]
Gladys: So what am I going to do with you then? Eh?
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Egyptian Dancers
25 March 2006 | by See all my reviews

Gladys learns she has a secret admirer who brings her a bottle of champaigne.

She can't share it with the yellow coats as they wouldn't get a thimbleful apiece, so she shares it with Jeffrey.

Fun to watch when the bottle pops and spews. Jeffrey remains emotionless, while Gladys absolutely revels in the results.

They both had to ad-lib the scene and both manage it to a T.

"We are feeling frisky tonight, aren't we?" Gladys says.

Jeffrey is then forced to drink scotch and beers from a pushy football player, making himself even more drunk, something he never does.

Gladys has to get him to bed.

Much like Baby the sheepdog, the eavesdropping Stuart-Hargreaves make a series of misunderstandings and word spreads.

But ah, Gladys final words before the fade of her with Jeffrey in his chalet.

"Now what am I going to do with you?" Gladys finally sets everything right with the help of her admirer, then she tells Jeff that she paid him to say it was he who got Jeffrey to his cabin and not her.

"But what did happen then, Gladys?" Gladys won't tell, the little minx.

Check out the Stuart-Hargreaves in utterly ridiculous costumes in an Egyptian dance number with Spike.

Spike is enthusiastic, but the Stuart-Hargreaves certainly aren't.


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