Nurse Gladys feels sorry for Granville, struggling to do the laundry by hand, and suggests to Arkwright that he buys a washing-machine. Arkwright wants to keep the affections of Gladys but does not want to spend too much money, so he makes sure she sees a brand new machine being delivered - which is then taken away and replaced by an elderly second hand one. Exposure follows. Written by
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When the VAT man comes in, Arkwright says to him "Why don't you go through to the warehouse Mr O'Reilly and I'll come and see you later". Once inside, the VAT man puts his bag down and as Arkwright is coming through the door he says "Right, here we are Mr O'Connor, there we are".
Possibly regarded as a Goof, although knowing Arkwright and his distaste for anything to do with VAT, he probably addressed the VAT man with different names on purpose, especially as he is of Indian extraction. See more
[wiping his feet furiously on doorstep
Oh dear, dear. dear - you certainly seem to have got your fifteen percent of that lot.
Is it off?
Well it doesn't smell too fresh to me.