Professor's Vrooshka and Crump decide to visit an archaeological site to study the artefacts there. Low and behold, it's right next to a car...更多>
[Prof. Anna Vrooshka crashes into Prof. Crump's caravan] Prof. Anna Vrooshka: Good Mornings, so sorry! Prof. Roland Crump: Well that's alright, don't mention it. The Dean: Crump, I'd like you to meet Professor Vrooshka. [In a heavy Russian accent] Prof. Anna Vrooshka: How are you doinks? Prof. Anna Vrooshka: I have been examining Hadrian's Walls. Prof. Roland Crump: He only had one. Prof. Anna Vrooshka: One what? Prof. Roland Crump: He had one, one wall. Prof. Anna Vrooshka: Terribly sorry, my English not yet perfected. The Dean: I'm glad to see you two look like hitting it off. Prof. Anna Vrooshka: Hitting it off, what does hit it off mean? Means like having it off, no? Prof. Roland Crump: Oh no, it means establishing a friendly relationship. [In a heavy Russian Accent] Prof. Anna Vrooshka: Don't worry me and Professor Crump will soon be having it off. Prof. Roland Crump: HITTING IT OFF! [In Fred Ramsden's Butcher Shop] Fred Ramsden: Hello Elss Mrs. Rowan: Hello love, give us a bit of that for the old man. Fred Ramsden: Give that to your husband and your in for a night of romance. Mrs. Rowan: Ooh, can I do it in the oven? Fred Ramsden: Do it where you like, its your kitchen. Mrs. Rowan: Ooh! [Linda's mother brings her cacti on holiday with her] Linda Upmore: Mummy your not bringing them are you? Daphne Barnes: Well I can't leave them at home, they'll die. Arthur Upmore: Good. Daphne Barnes: Did you say something? Arthur Upmore: I said good, we've nearly finished packing. [Daphne asks the taxi driver who brought her plants to put them somewhere safe, but Arthur gets a prodd from the Cactus on his bottom] Daphne Barnes: Put that on the table will you? Arthur Upmore: AHH! BLOODY HELL! Daphne Barnes: Arthur, there is no need for that! Arthur Upmore: Oh deary me, bless me soul, I do believe I nearly said a rude word, which is not suprising since I nearly got a cactus spike right up my a...
: ARTHUR! [Fred Ramsden loses his Beach Ball and it ends up on Barnes' fire] Barnes: What you yelling about? Fred Ramsden: My balls burning! Barnes: Don't stand so close to the fire. Prof. Roland Crump: You mean the students got here before us? Maj. Leep: Yes, were you held up? Prof. Anna Vrooshka: Yes, before we started we had quick bang together. Prof. Roland Crump: She ran into my caravan! Maj. Leep: Oh? Prof. Roland Crump: No! No! She collided with it now its a complete right-off. Prof. Anna Vrooshka: It's ok we are squeezing in somehow. Prof. Roland Crump: We will do nothing of the sort! [Professor Vrooshka and Professor Crump bargain with Barnes to rent his derelict looking caravan] Prof. Anna Vrooshka: Fifteen quids a veek. Barnes: Twenty. Prof. Roland Crump: The only reason why we want the dilapidated mobile hovel, is for somewhere to do out operations. Barnes: Operations? What operations? Prof. Anna Vrooshka: He will be getting them out and I will be examining them and schticking labels on them. Prof. Roland Crump: We can't share a caravan. Prof. Anna Vrooshka: You thinking you getting crumpet, no? Prof. Roland Crump: Certainly not, where on earth did you learn that expression? Prof. Anna Vrooshka: Crumpet, is to squash it, it is in dictionary, crumpet is to squash it together. Prof. Roland Crump: Oh! You mean cramped. Prof. Anna Vrooshka: Its what I say crumpet. Prof. Roland Crump: Crumpet, crumbit, crampit, well I'm not staying round here much longer, I'm going to the pub to see if they have rooms there. Prof. Anna Vrooshka: Maybe you're getting crumpet in pub also? Prof. Anna Vrooshka: So you are sleeping in caravan? Prof. Roland Crump: I suppose we could divide it up or something. Prof. Anna Vrooshka: H'ok, if you wishink. [Professor Vrooshka cleans her dirty caravan but finds her scrubbing brush isn't up to standard to do the job] Prof. Anna Vrooshka: Ahh, scrubber. Scrubber no working, borrowing from comrades. Prof. Anna Vrooshka: Excuse please, ahh this is nice, this is very nice, no? Prof. Anna Vrooshka: In this caravan your not getting much crumpet, no? Arthur Upmore: Pardon? Prof. Anna Vrooshka: CRUMPET. Arthur Upmore: Yes that's what I thought you said.
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