Porridge (1973–1977)
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Fletch's stolen tin of pineapple chunks has gone missing and the unlikely culprit is Mr. Barraclough, who took them home pending the opportunity to return them to the kitchen, only to ... See full summary »

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Mr. Mackay
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Lennie Godber
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Ives
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Warren
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McLaren
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Lukewarm
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Mr. Banyard
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Mr. Appleton
John Rudling ...
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Fletch's stolen tin of pineapple chunks has gone missing and the unlikely culprit is Mr. Barraclough, who took them home pending the opportunity to return them to the kitchen, only to discover his wife using them with a gammon steak. He likes Fletch, as he has been a good listener on his marital problems and says he will replace the tin if Fletch pays for it. Meanwhile, Godber steals another tin for Fletch from the kitchen and its absence is noted by Officer Birchwood, who informs Mackay. When Mackay goes to check, the tin has been surreptitiously replaced by Mr. Barraclough just a few seconds before, causing Warren to think it's a miracle. However, Mackay later finds Godber's "present" on his bed, and Fletch is on his way to the governor. Written by don @ minifie-1

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24 October 1975 (UK)  »

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Fletch: [working in the library] I've still got a long and complicated itinerary to complete, sir.
Barrowclough: You're taking your time because you know that when you finish you've got to paint it, which is what you were put here for in the first place!
Fletch: [grinning innocently] Still waiting for the paint, sir.
Barrowclough: Where is it?
Fletch: [looking falsely concerned] Stolen, sir!
Barrowclough: [sitting down with his head in his hands] What's wrong with this prison?
Fletch: There's a strong criminal element in here, sir.
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