Mr.Grace has offered the staff a room in the basement where they may form their own social club. Due to the huge cost of having the room professionally decorated, the staff opt to decorate the room themselves.
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Shirley Brahms' stocking tops are displayed for the second and third occasions; Mr Grace's Nurse and Miss Bakewell display similar lingerie. See more
Mr. Grace's nurse is showing Mr. Grace how his new stress alarm works. After she's shown him the operation of his lapel unit, she walks over to the filing cabinet and points to a device sitting on top of the cabinet. She tells him, "This is the battery for the spare charger, and it plugs in here," then reaches down and plugs the unit into the wall outlet. Vivienne Johnson
messed up her line. To make sense in this context, the line should have been, "This is the charger for the spare battery." Since Mr. Grace is wearing a battery-powered lapel unit, it would make sense for there to be a spare battery, and a charger to charge the batteries. See more
[Handing a bosomy customer a shopping bag
There we are, madam. Thank you so much for your custom. And if the D cup isn't comfy, do bring it back. We'll see what we can do with the hat stretcher.