History Series / AreYouBeingServed

19th May '18 5:42:44 PM ryanasaurus0077
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* FlippingTheBird: Mrs. Slocombe does this to Captain Peacock in “A Bliss Girl” purely to justify his labeling her as “[[ITakeOffenseToThatLastOne impertinent]]”.
19th May '18 5:35:47 PM ryanasaurus0077
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* CountryMatters: In “A Bliss Girl”, Mr. Harman refers to “some silly berk” when complaining about the fog on the ground floor, “berk” being a mild Cockney rhyming slang term for you-know-what.
6th May '18 10:45:03 AM ryanasaurus0077
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* PrecisionFStrike: Mrs. Slocombe in "Do You Take This Man?" when Captain Peacock breaks the news that her prospective groom was already married.

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* PrecisionFStrike: Mrs. Slocombe in "Do You Take This Man?" when Captain Peacock breaks the news that her prospective groom was already married. Bonus points for one of the two consecutive profanities being an ethnic slur towards Mediterraneans.
6th May '18 10:44:19 AM ryanasaurus0077
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* PrecisionFStrike: Mrs. Slocombe in "Do You Take This Man?" when Captain Peacock breaks the news that her prospective groom was already married.
-->'''Slocombe''': '''''THE DAGO BASTARD!!!'''''
5th Mar '18 9:20:02 PM Skywatcher
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* JiggleShow: Quickly became one after the addition of Miss Belfridge, leading up to Miss Brahms' performance in the finale.
1st Mar '18 11:20:31 AM Eddy1215
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* DoubleEntendre: Put simply, the show lives and breathes ''double entendre'', most notoriously those involving Mrs. Slocombe's pussy[note]cat[/note].

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* DoubleEntendre: Put simply, the show lives and breathes ''double entendre'', most notoriously those involving Mrs. Slocombe's pussy[note]cat[/note].pussy[[note]]cat[[/note]].
1st Mar '18 11:20:01 AM Eddy1215
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* DoubleEntendre: Put simply, the show lives and breathes ''double entendre'', most notoriously those involving Mrs. Slocombe's pussy.

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* DoubleEntendre: Put simply, the show lives and breathes ''double entendre'', most notoriously those involving Mrs. Slocombe's pussy.pussy[note]cat[/note].
9th Feb '18 9:43:37 PM ryanasaurus0077
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9th Feb '18 9:43:10 PM ryanasaurus0077
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* ContinuitySnarl: Mr. Humphries mentioning in the pilot (presumed to take place on February 5, 1973) he'd been at Grace Brothers for 10 years, his mentioning in "The Hand of Fate" (premiered in 1975) that he'd been at Grace Brothers for 15 years, and Mrs. Slocombe turning 50 in "Fifty Years On" (in which she's hinted to have been born in 1926) don't really mesh well together.
9th Feb '18 5:45:42 PM ryanasaurus0077
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* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Mrs. Slocombe, the feminist battle-axe eternally unafraid to go over anyone's head except those of the Grace brothers if the situation should call for it, and Miss Brahms, the sexy Ladies' junior. It even shows in their novelty costumes in "Christmas Crackers", in which Mrs. Slocombe is dressed as Robin Hood and Miss Brahms is dressed as the Sugar Plum Fairy.
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