Benny's Son - "Hey, paw, can I go out to play?" Abner - "What with those holes in your trousers." Benny's son - "No, paw, with the kids across the street."
Benny Hill - "Please don't blame my doggy; it's not his fault at all. Someone left a wet umbrella standing in the hall."
Benny Hill - "Why do they put big walls around cemeteries? I mean, the people on the inside aren't going to come out, and the people on the outside don't want to go in!"
The opening quickie features an expectant father (Benny Hill) who is happy to have a son until the nurse (Bella Emburg) asks for her finger back.
The first string of quickies features bloopers from Fanny and Johnny Craddock]] with German accents, two dancers (Benny Hill and Diana Darvey smack into an unpainted set piece, another interruption from Fanny Craddock and Benny as a spokesman for the Hallo Hair Studio accompanied by Malou Cartwright as a model and Jon Jon Keefe as a studio grip. Fannie returns with yet another on-air interruption.
Judith Durham performs "Strut Yourself" with the Hottest Band in Town. This number may be a bit obscure to even most die-hard Benny Hill fans as it didn't appear in American syndication nor in the HBO VHS/DVD packages.
Additional Quickies feature a hillbilly son (Jon Jon Keefe) asking his father (Benny Hill) for permission to date his sixteen-year-old daughter (who looks twelve). This bit is repeated in Hold Back The Wind in 1977. Benny's hillbilly look in this sketch is recycled for Jed Jardine in Big Poppa.
The hillbilly patriarch tells his neighbor (Jerold Wells) how he put an ad up for a missing wallet in the Budapest News. His son (Jon Jon Keefe) asks to go out with holes in his pants. This bit is also repeated in Hold Back The Wind in 1977.
The hillbilly patriarch (Abner) lets his neighbor (Jerrold Wells) know he drinks because it's cheaper than sending the wife to the beauty parlor.
This episode is also the last appearance of The Ladybirds. The series would start a rotating venue of singers, entertainers and music bands until the creation of the Hill's Angels in the Eighties, but the vocals of the Ladybirds would be reused several times until the show ended in 1989.
This episode doesn't end with a tag or chase scene.