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Oh, hello. What is it, Miss Armitage?
What's the matter?
- I'm so sorry, I'm not dipped.
What frightened you, Miss Armitage?
Wh-What's all the fuss about?
I might have known. Dr Nookey,
what have you been doing to this patient?
Doing? To her? You must be joking.
I was just having a shower
That is the women's washroom.
W- Women's washroom?
Well, it was only changed yesterday, Doctor,
while the women's is being redecorated.
The notice isn't very clear.
That is no excuse.
I think you owe this lady an apology.
I'm most terribly sorry, Miss...
- Don't forget my appointment.
Don't you start.
Ohh! Why do they put such awkward handles
on these doors?
Oh, I'm terribly sorry, sir,
for its ups and downs.
Pay attention, everyone.
Sit up straight.
- Sit up straight.
- You must be joking.
it is my job to see
that the hospital runs with efficiency.
- Oh, don't go on so, Stoppidge.
- Who was that woman?
- Miss Armitage. She's in for observation.
Is she? All I can say is she observed
There's more to it than that, sir.
Oh, come, come, Stoppidge. We both know that
Sir, I do not object to jiggery,
but I do take exception to pokery.
Excuse me, sir...
Ah, this is the new kidney case, I suppose.
- Oh, yes, sir. Mr Bean.
- Ah, kidney bean!
Well, Mr Bean, how are you? Any pain?
A bit, sir,
especially when I pass water.
The best thing for you to do, Mr Bean,
is to stop passing it.
Every time you come to some,
stop and turn back.
- Has he been X-rayed?
- Yes, sir.
- I'd like to see his plates.
- Yes, of course.
I mean his X-ray plates.
I beg your pardon. Matron.
Ah. Hm. Yes.
It's a stone.
Mr Bean, do you wear a zip on your trousers?
It's a stone. It'll have to come out right away.
- Excuse me, sir.
- Don't keep plucking at me, I'm not a chicken.
I'm sorry, but you have an appointment
- It can wait.
- With Mrs Moore.
And she... Oh, yes, that's different.
I hope you both had a nice time.
I'll make the jokes if you don't mind, Stoppidge.
- All right, Fosdick, get the car.
- But, sir, what about the operation?
You can handle it.
I hear you're a good kidney winkler.
- Sir, I've never done this kind of op before.
- You'll handle it.
- I'll lend you my penknife.
Yes, it's got one of those things
for taking out stones.
Oh, but, sir, I do need your advice.
- Come with me in the car. I'll explain it.
- Thank you, sir.
Mr Bean! Come back!
Bend over and I'll demonstrate.
Perfectly straightforward, you see.
You make your incision here. Stop squirming.
I don't want to take a lump off his coccyx.
High up? Certainly not.
Have you got a skin pencil?
I would say it's just about... there.
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