What end of the War?
To John: I'm going to leave your edit because it fits, but I don't actually think they get to the end of the war in the programme. In fact, I've always be struck by how slowly they move through time; for example the Americans don't join until series six. Just a question, do you infer from some of the dialogue that they've gotten to the end of WWII? I confess I've missed it. Aleta Curry 21:59, 29 October 2010 (UTC)
- You're right, ma'am. I was misremembering the festivities of last episode, which in fact mark the marriage of Corporal Jones and Mrs Fox - which, of course, wasn't a white wedding... John Stephenson 03:59, 31 October 2010 (UTC)
- Isn't that a hoot? 'Captain Mainwaring, I think I'm going to cry.' 'Oh, do try not to.'
- Mildred: 'It's me, Mrs Jones' Corporal Jones: 'Who?! I don't know any "Mrs Jones"!'
- Aleta Curry 04:08, 31 October 2010 (UTC)