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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Episode cast overview:
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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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Comedy | Music

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18 January 1973 (UK)  »

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Trivia

Eric Idle portrays "Dickie Attenborough," a clear reference to Richard Attenborough, who also sometimes went by Dickie. His brother, David Attenborough, worked at the BBC and actually gave this series the green light. 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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