Edith Packet is a former Thames TV executive who retired from her job and moved to the vineyard countryside of France after getting married a seventy-year old suitor. Eighteen months later after her departure, she is interviewed by Alan Henry McGee, a reporter from Thames TV over her retirement. Unfortunately, the Eurovision link between studios is on delay, and Packet ends up answering the questions in sequence to the wrong responses.
Despite the camera delay, Packet reveals she no longer gets the TV Times, but she misses her subscription. Her new husband enjoys tennis and golf, and the small French poodle she got as a wedding present now has distemper and heart worm. She describes meeting Monsieur Pompaduke, calling him a perfect gentleman. She describes seeing twelve to fifteen acres of vineyards of white and black berries in a valley with a motorway before an assistant distracts her from the interview.
- Edith Packet was played by Benny Hill.
- This is the first sketch with Henry McGee as a beleaguered interviewer, a role he would most be known for in the later Eighties episodes.