'Fawlty Towers: Uncle Terry wants a Gin & Tonic' blog discussion

This is the discussion to link on the back of Martin's blog. Please read the blog first, as this discussion follows it.
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  • m_k_donsm_k_dons Forumite
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    Excuse the question but in the sentence:

    'Watching Fawlty towers and up pops the MSFs Uncle Terry'

    What does MSFs stand for?

    Thanks.
  • TigsteroonieTigsteroonie Forumite
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    m_k_dons wrote: »
    Excuse the question but in the sentence:

    'Watching Fawlty towers and up pops the MSFs Uncle Terry'

    What does MSFs stand for?

    Thanks.
    The MSF is the Money Saving Fiancee (ie, Martin's fiancee) :D
    :heartpuls Mrs Marleyboy :heartpuls

    MSE: many of the benefits of a helpful family, without disadvantages like having to compete for the tv remote

    :) Proud Parents to an Aut-some son :)
  • I've had the good fortune to be a successful John Cleese impersonator, for the past 16 years. Mainly in the guise of Basil Fawlty. On this occasion though, I was booked as the character Agent "Q", for an advert for Motorola.
    The odd thing was, the guy who ran the filming was the son of the American, who starred with Bas and your uncle, on that same episode.
    Classic comedy, still makes me laugh!

    Kind regards
    Ed Wells
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