you, Susy. Or you, Clara. So I
could try them all on and you could
tell me if ... And you could see
our chandeliers and feel how thick
the carpets are ...
If you would care for a morning
fitting at home, Mrs Ballentine,
that can of course be arranged.
Yes. I like the sound of a fitting.
We could have tea and scones. Oh,
in the afternoon?
My apologies, Ma’am, what I meant
to say was:
an afternoon fitting.
Of course we must mark the
occasion. Window displays, flags
Paradise, hung from the ceilings.
All manner of decorations.
I appreciate the sentiment, Dudley,
in our position?
in the eye of Tom Weston. I like
have achieved here.
Yes. Then let us do it.
with SUSY and CLARA.
Uncle Edmund, that’s the third
night I have found you in here.
Don’t fret, our Denise. Hell’s
teeth. I sent her a note to say I’m
on my way.
Far be it for me to interfere in
another man’s marriage, but ...
Wouldn’t it have been better if
you’d taken the note yourself?
Yes. Then you would have been there
so you wouldn’t have needed a note
to say why you’re not there.
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