Baines is hiring Mr. Nakamura, a Japanese hotel consultant, to advise on the building of a new,space-saving wing to be built at Bayview - thereby enabling him to pack in more residents. Tom starts the Bayview Conservation Society,eventually enlisting Diana, to demonstrate that any such building would damage the wildlife and the natural environment,thus stopping the plan from going ahead. Jane and Geoffrey get close, Marion and Baines get intimate,more down to her desperation than his enthusiasm as she initially mistook him for Geoffrey. Written by
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When Diana and Jane stop to talk outside Bayview, scene shifters are visible in the windows behind them. See more
What a lovely day. Heart's ticking over like an excellent motor; lungs easing in and out like contented bellows; prostate doing what a prostate oughta do. In fact:
I'm as corny as Kansas in August/ High as a flag on the fourth of July / And if you'll excuse the expression I use / I'm in love with a wonderful guy!
[Diana looks at him
Uh, that's the song. I'm not really in love with a wonderful guy.
Oh, go on, be the oldest man to come out of the closet; give us all a chance ...
A Wonderful Guy
Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
Music by Richard Rodgers
Performed by Graham Crowden See more