Everyone begins in a 'mood', some good, some very bad. Brenda is asked to solve Twinkle's problem. Additional actors include Dame Thora Hird, Eric Sykes as well as Julie Waters.

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Bren
Thelma Barlow ...
Dolly
Andrew Dunn ...
Tony
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Anita
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Philippa
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Twinkle
Duncan Preston ...
Stan
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Jean
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Woman In Queue (as Liz Hume-Dawson)
Sue Devaney ...
Jackie Downey ...
Bev
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2nd Secretary
Rachel Gleaves ...
Kirsty
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Hilary
Anthony Renshaw ...
Veg Man
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Tony and Bren arrive early to the canteen in much better moods than usual. Unfortunately, everyone else is in a bad temper. Stan's had trouble with his father, Dolly and Jean bicker continuously, Anita is convinced her new haircut makes her look like Fatima Whitbread and Twinkle thinks she's pregnant. Philippa suggests having a "Bring Your Mother To Work" day to cheer everyone up, though sarcastic Enid (Dolly's mother) and nymphomaniac Connie (Jean's mother) do little to raise the workers' spirits. Stan brings his father, Jim and Petula arrives with an old lady who she says is her own mother. Written by Anonymous

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3 December 1998 (UK)  »

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In this episode Dora Bryan and Anne Reid play mother and daughter for the second time, both times for Victoria Wood and despite Bryan being only 12 years older than Reid. The first time was in an episode of Wood's Victoria Wood: As Seen on TV (1985) back in 1986. See more »

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Connie: Sex, it's like icing a cake. You've got to bloody concentrate!
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