It Pays to Advertise
First Shown: April 1977
Grace Brothers is on a marketing blitz! First, Mr. Humphries and Mrs. Slocombe have the dubious honor of being chosen to represent the average man and woman--their likenesses are being used on the new display models! Mr. Humprhies' doppleganger proves to be rather flexible, while Mrs. Slocombe's is surprisingly life-like...though a little overstuffed.
After that, the staff learns they've been chosen to film a commercial. Under Mr. Humprhies' direction, the floor is turned into a cocktail lounge, Miss Brahms channels a Playboy Bunny, Mr. Grainger morphs rather well into a friendly old bartender, and Mrs. Slocombe and Captain Peacock play the "romantic" leads in a scene designed to showcase Grace Brothers' merchandise. But there's a few problems with too-tight dresses, false eyelashes and an errant microphone, among other things...
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