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On the evening of September 22, 1970, at 10:55 pm, the BBC began airing the second episode of the second season of a surreal sketch comedy that, to this day, cannot be distinctly described.

In the first skit following the opening, a mill worker approached a woman who was quietly knitting as she sat comfortably on a couch. “One of the cross beams has gone out askew on the treadle,” he told her.

The woman expressed confusion and repeatedly asked the mill worker to explain himself. Increasingly frustrated, he finally burst out, “I didn’t expect a kind of Spanish Inquisition!”

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