Helped by her knitting-obsessed mother-in-law Violet Joan brings up baby Rodney with Reg none the wiser that he is not the father. Del meanwhile is impressing his friends with fake diamond rings with which he hopes to wow the girls,whilst selling imported American records and almost getting nicked by zealous police cadet Slater. Out on bail Freddie approaches Joan who takes his money but initially sends him away. However,when she gets a job as his cleaner he declares his love for her and she is happy to succumb.They see the New Year in together,dancing cheek to cheek whilst the rest of the family are in the pub. He gives her a ring and she lets him hold Rodney. There is no such romance for Del,however,who gets engaged to two girls but is thrown over by both of them. Written by
don @ minifie-1
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Our lawyer was applying for bail first thing this morning.
I know. First thing this morning I called the magistrate, Mr Colinwood, and opposed your bail. I can't release two old sea dogs like you. First smell of the sea and you'll be sailing off to God-Knows-Where. So I'm sorry, boys, but it's jail, not bail.
Gerald 'Jelly' Kelly
Oh, would that be ex-Commodore Colinwood? Late of the Royal Navy?
Commodore Colinwood who presented us with our Commendations for Bravery?
References Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
Written by Sam Cooke
and Charles Cooke
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