Basil is disgusted when two young lovers, Alan and Jean, begin 'hanky-pankying' under his very nose while checking in. He becomes convinced that they and two other guests (a couple called the Lloyds) are engaged in group sexual misbehaviour, somehow also involving Polly. Meanwhile, circumstances conspire to put him in apparently compromising situations whenever they are around.
April Walker as Jean Wilson (Mrs. Lloyd's daughter and Mr. Lloyd's stepdaughter)
A heatwave has hit Torquay, bringing Basil's incompetence - not to mention his intolerance - to an all time high. When he realises that the two young lovers Alan and Jean, who are checking in, aren't married, he tries to force them into single rooms on separate floors. Meanwhile, Mrs. Peignoir, an attractive French antique dealer, seems to have taken a shine to Basil, much to Sybil's annoyance. Alan returns to the lobby and asks Basil if he knows whether any chemists are still open. Basil initially assumes he... Read More