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When an inspection of the leisure center is announced, even Gordon realizes the abysmal attendance figures probably mean the ax, so he prepares himself to take the blame and resign. Laura feels for him and convinces the staff to hold back on the anonymous management assessment. A pigeon spraying droppings all over a sports court and the usual bumbling seem to seal Brittas' fate. Meanwhile Gordon's anniversary present that he bought for his wife (a motorbike instead of the car she wanted for ten years), made her leave him without telling him that she wants a divorce. Yet when Mr. Kitson arrives, no bad results can distract his utter admiration for a fellow perfectionist, being a former -presumably unsuccessful- LC manager. Written by KGF Vissers

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16 January 1992 (UK)  »

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The One With The Drunk Hawk
17 September 2006 | by See all my reviews

An inspector has arrived.

A pigeon seems to be in the gym. How will we get it out? A man with a trained hawk will be sent up to get it, but the hawk accidentally eats some corn tainted with alcohol that was put out for the pigeon. So now they have a drunk hawk on their hands as well.

As the inspector enters, we see Brittas, covered in blood and feathers carrying a dead hawk, followed by Tim carrying an unconscious Linda, also adorned in feathers.

The suggestion works brilliantly.

Thinking he will be fired, the staff then turns around and writes glowing reviews of Brittas out of pity.

Then they learn their error. The inspector is as anal-minded as Brittas, and he buys into all the compliements and praise.

The staff is stuck with him once again.


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