TV Episode | TV-PG | | Comedy, Drama
Pop decides to buy the west wing of the country seat of impoverished aristocrats, the Bluff-Gores, initially for scrap, but Lady Bluff-Gore persuades him to go into the property business. ... See full summary »
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Blimey, Primrose, is that yours?
Primrose: Yes. Don't look.
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