Supposedly as a temporary measure Lennie Godber is moved into Fletch's cell. As a first-timer the prison world is new to him and he misses his girl-friend. Fletch shows a kindly, philosophical side to his nature, explaining to the youngster the power of using his imagination to create prison life on his own terms. Written by
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That's what you've got to tell yourself, you're just having a quiet night in.
Trouble is, I've got six hundred and ninety-eight quiet nights in to go...
Referenced in Ronnie Barker Interview