The whole family go on holiday to France, a holiday which gets off to a bad start. However, when the family car is seen to have a crest on it, it is assumed that they are titled nobility. Mademoiselle Dupont, the pension's owner, calls Pop 'Milord' and gives him and Ma her bedroom. Even the grumpy receptionist is respectful. Primrose, the second eldest daughter, falls for local boy Marc-Antoine but Charley is annoyed to see his wife cavorting with skimpily clad French hunks on the beach.
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During the French "pardon" (the procession through the streets) the choir are singing French words to the tune normally associated with Amazing Grace. See more
All right, sweetheart?
Don't look now, but there's a boy watching me.
He's over there.
[they look, he aims his telescope in another direction
He seems a nice sort of boy, Primrose.
No, he's not. He's rude. He keeps pointing that telescope at me all the time. You see? I hate him! And he wears glasses!