Sid and Bernie keep having their amorous intentions snubbed by their girlfriends Joan and Anthea. The boys suggest a camping holiday, secret...更多>
Charlie Muggins: Hello. What's a nice girl like you doing with an old cow? Girl with cow: I'm taking her to the bull. Charlie Muggins: Well couldn't your father do that? Girl with cow: No it must the the bull. Charlie Muggins: My name's Muggins. Peter Potter: That doesn't surprise me. Mrs. Fussey: Joan may think you're a gentleman but personally I've got sore misgivings. Sid Boggle: You ought to put some talcum powder on them. Peter Potter: Hello darling, Oh No. Harriet Potter: Hello Peter darling, I'm just checking on the camping gear. Peter Potter: So I see. Harriet Potter: Did you have a good day? Peter Potter: Oh not bad, got drunk at lunchtime, went to a strip club and ended up in bed with a topsy. Dr. Kenneth Soaper: Ahh matron what can I do for you? Miss Haggerd: I'm sorry to trouble you Doctor Soaper, but I've been thinking about this camping trip for the girls who have to remain with us for the rest of the holidays. Dr. Kenneth Soaper: What about it? Miss Haggerd: I was wondering whether it was really such a good idea? Dr. Kenneth Soaper: Perhaps you were forgetting Matron it was my idea. Miss Haggerd: Oh no no, of course it is an absolutely splendid one but... Dr. Kenneth Soaper: But what? Miss Haggerd: Well I was wondering whether they might find it a trifle spartan them being such delicate and refined girls. Miss Haggerd: The point I'm really trying to make is that here I can jeep full control of them, outside anything might happen. Dr. Kenneth Soaper: You seem to be forgetting Miss Haggerd you're coming with us surely you and I can keep suitable control. Miss Haggerd: [Romantically] Well I was thinking of the girls... Dr. Kenneth Soaper: So was I. Miss Haggerd: Oh. But don't you see it raises the problem of sex? Dr. Kenneth Soaper: I wouldn't dream of bothering you in that way. Miss Haggerd: No I meant with the girls they are likely to come in to contact with boys. Dr. Kenneth Soaper: Oh yes. I don't think that will be a problem. It has been my experience as once young people sample the lights of country life and the wonders of nature they just can't get enough of it. Miss Haggerd: Exactly. Dr. Kenneth Soaper: Well I was thinking of the girls... Miss Haggerd: So was I. Dr. Kenneth Soaper: Exactly. Babs: Are you going to stay with us all the time? Jim Tanner: Oh yeah, I go all the way! Babs: Oh I bet you do... Dr. Kenneth Soaper: Barbara dear, do you think your quite suitably dressed for travelling? Babs: Oh but sir, we were told to bring the minimum of clothing. Mr. Short: Miss Dobbin, what's the meaning of this? Miss Dobbin: I'm sorry sir but the gentlemen kept touching things. Charlie Muggins: Yes she was showing me how to stick the pole up. Dr. Kenneth Soaper: [on disturbing Matron in the shower] Matron, this is the *men's*! Miss Haggerd: Go away, Doctor Soaper! Miss Haggerd: I don't think a shower stall is the place for making advances! Dr. Kenneth Soaper: I thought I got hold on the shower tap! Dr. Kenneth Soaper: [after Barbara asks about fertility rights] A fine talk you must have given them on the birds and the bees. Miss Haggerd: Well, when I started talking, I realized I had no idea what they do. What do bees do? Dr. Kenneth Soaper: They sting! Joan Fussey: [Sid has taken Joan to the cinema to see a nudist film] You told me this film was all about camping! Sid Boggle: It is. They've got tents, haven't they? Joan Fussey: That's not what you're looking at! Dr. Kenneth Soaper: [shocked at seeing Babs' bikini top fly off as he takes the girls through their exercises] Matron, take them away!