Oscar Wilde, James Abbott McNeill Whistler, George Bernard Shaw and the future Edward VII exchange epigrams at an evening party; mechanical brain surgery fails to dramatically affect a woman's mentality.

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It's Man / George Bernard Shaw / Second Cricketer / Salesman / John Rickman / Frank Bough / Arthur Briggs
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Dickie Attenborough / Third Cricketer / Mr. Grimshaw / 'International Wife-Swapping' Voice Over / Peter West / Eddie Waring
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The Announcer / James McNeill Whistler / Pier Paolo Pasolini / Man from Curry's / Mr. Samson / Arthur Briggs' Bedmate
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Nude Organist / The Prince of Wales / Second Mrs. Zambesi / Jack Casey / Reverend Ronald Simms
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Swiss Mountaineer
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Oscar Wilde / First Cricketer / First Mrs. Zambesi / Chivers
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First Lady
Caron Gardner ...
Mary
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Oscar Wilde, James Abbott McNeill Whistler, George Bernard Shaw and the future Edward VII exchange epigrams at an evening party; mechanical brain surgery fails to dramatically affect a woman's mentality.

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18 January 1973 (UK)  »

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This is the only episode of the series that does not feature the opening credits. (It is, however, the third and final episode to feature Her Royal Highness the Dummy Princess Margaret.) See more »

Quotes

First Lady: How do you find the vicarage, Reverend?
Dirty Vicar: I like tits!
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Crazy Credits

In continuation with several sketches about wife-swapping, the credits' names are next to other peoples' wives. See more »

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Academy Award
(uncredited)
Written by Stanley Black
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