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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.

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