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A bit different to home, eh, darling? Lots of rooms for two people. Perhaps they’ll be more than two one day. What, lodgers you mean? No! This could be our baby’s room. Nice and warm over the kitchen. Let’s get rid of this old range. Ha! This boiler came out of the ark. Hello, puss. Oh. A fair bit of garden. More than down-home. Oh, I’ve always wanted my own bit of garden. A little shed for my bike and workshop. And mind you, keep it tidy. Don’t you start bossing me about before we get married. Oh, Ernest, I can’t believe it. We’ll have a kitchen and a scullery. A sitting room and a dining room. A garden and a shed. Don’t forget the hall. And the bathroom! Luxury! Oh! Yes, that’s it. Hold it. Hold to that they are, if you could. That’s it, lovely. That’s it, Mrs. Briggs. Lovely. Very nice. Now, hold there. Hold it there. Big smiles. We’ll have one more of those. Go on, Ern. Let’s see a kiss for the bride. Go on, Ern. Yeah, one more. One more, please, everybody. Isn’t the bedroom huge? We’ll need some cases under the bed for our clothes. A wardrobe, Ernest! Oh. Oh, yes. Of course. Good morning, Madam. How many today, please? Just you keep off my clean step, young man. Oh! Oh, Ernest. I got a round that finishes down our road, Ette. That’s nice, dear. I should be done about and then I can get going on that old range. I’ll be glad to see the back of that thing. It’s a pig, duck. One of those nice, new gas cookers, that’s what we need. Oh! Careful, Ernest! Whoa-oh! ♪ Any old iron, any old iron ♪ ♪ Any, any, any old iron ♪ ♪ You look neat, talk about a treat ♪ ♪ You look dapper from your napper to your feet Games ♪ Ernest, don’t sing those dreadful cockney songs. ♪ Dressed in style, brand-new tile ♪ ♪ And your father’s old green tie on ♪ ♪ But I wouldn’t give you tuppence for you old watch and chain ♪ ♪ Old iron, old iron. ♪ All right! Hey! Oh. That’s done the job. That’s it, smashing bed. Nearly new. Mahogany, I think. Whoop! Good springs, look. Newlyweds need good springs. Come and try it out, darling. Certainly not, Ernest. It’s broad daylight.