|Season 4, Episode 2|
|Air date||12 September 1993|
|Written by||Roy Clarke|
|Directed by||Harold Snoad|
A Job For Richard
A Celebrity for the Barbecue
Hyacinth wants “a little place in the country”; however, her heart is not set on little. An old farmer with a speech impediment causes much difficulty for Hyacinth when out looking at property, and seems to take a liking to her.
Also, Rose decides to write her memoirs.
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Elizabeth: (Going over her made-up excuse in order to avoid having coffee with Hyacinth) "I'm so sorry, Hyacinth, but I cannot enjoy coffee with you this morning. I have an appointment with my soliciter". (The phone rings and Liz answers) "Hello? No, no, no! I'm afraid I can't. No, not this morning, I'm soliciting!".
Onslow: (about Rose) "Is she really writing her memoirs?"
Daisy: "Looks like it".
Rose: "How'd you spell 'virgin'? Is it 'E-R' or 'I-R'?"
Onslow: "Is she going back that far?"