Tink announces his retirement from the antique trade to open up a pub and suggests to Lovejoy that he should marry Charlotte. His imminent eviction from the Felsham barn for non-payment of rent is another reason he decides to pop the question. At first she hesitates, but finally says 'yes' during an auction in which she is selling a pack of Victorian love letters for Lovejoy. Complications arise when Jane returns from America and contemplates buying Felsham Hall and Charlottes father is attacked by "nighthawks" who pillage archaeological digs. Written by
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[about his marriage
Are you getting cold feet?
Can't tell, Tink. I have no feeling below my knees.
As long as you have feelings above them.
References Last Tango in Paris
I Get Ideas
Music by Lenny Sanders (Julio Cesar Sanders)
English lyrics by Dorcas Cochran See more