Ten years previously the rich but gauche Babs Colport was persuaded by her friend Holly to hire and meet gigolo Dominic in a hotel bedroom. At the same time the equally bashful provincial ... See full summary »

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Liza Goddard ...
Barbara Colport
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Jeremy Tyler
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Holly Peverill
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Giles Wimbourne
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Dominic
Robin McCallum ...
Piers (as Robin Lermitte)
Ellis Dale ...
Desk Clerk
Peter Baldwin ...
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Terry Wallis ...
Hall Porter
Mel Hastings ...
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Luke Kelly ...
Barman
Les Henry ...
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Ten years previously the rich but gauche Babs Colport was persuaded by her friend Holly to hire and meet gigolo Dominic in a hotel bedroom. At the same time the equally bashful provincial solicitor Jeremy Tyler came to the hotel and was set up by Giles, an old school mate. A series of musical beds followed but with a happy outcome as, ten years later, a married couple return to the location where they first met. Written by don @ minifie-1

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15 April 1988 (UK)  »

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You can't help but chuckle watching this one.
22 February 2016 | by (Swansea, United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

It all begins ten years ago, Mrs Barbara Colport checks into room 211, accompanied by her friend Holly. Jeremy Tyler checks in a few rooms down. Holly convinces Babs to overcome her problem with men, by calling in an expert, the handsome male gigolo 'Dominic.' Babs tries to escape buy Holly's stayed around to prevent her leaving. Meanwhile Jeremy literally bumps into old school friend Giles Wimbourne, a prankster, he tells Jeremy that is he fancies some company he's to wink three times at the porter. Several misunderstandings later and we're brought to the present day.

A stylish and fun episode, nothing too heavy or serious, in a way it's quite lighthearted. It's close to being a comedy caper, full of mishaps and misunderstandings, you can't help feeling a little bit of people getting all that they deserve. It is funny though.

Amusing and fun, a different episode in so many ways.

7/10


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