The pool of potential candidates for the Streetcars job
A is for Abi looking good in uniform.
B is for beach ball. which is what Jerry looks like in his workout attire.
C is for Clarissa, playing Harry like a Stradivarius.
D is for divorce, which Clarissa has finally agreed to the terms thereof.
E is for email, which David is becoming suspicious of.
F is for Fiz standing up to and shutting down John Snake.
G is for girls wanting romance, according to Aunt Pam.
H is for holiday, which Mel richly deserves.
I is for irate, which is what everyone seems to be in this episode.
J is for John the creepy stalker who deserves a punch or two.
K is for kebabs, and the number of them Jerry has consumed.
L is for London, where Dan is going for some curry and beer.
M is for ‘Morons. The lot of you.’, the best line of the episode.
N is for nutty, the tale of a mouse living in a car boot for 3 months.
O is for outrageous, a word to describe what Rosie was wearing.
P is for Pam calling Tyrone a wet rag.
Q is for questions, that David has about Tina and her email mates.
R is for rocket, which Ty needs up his backside.
S is for stickers, which go on the wall chart for Jerry and his pills.
T is for Teresa managing to extend her stay again.
U is for useless, how Jerry describes Darryl at work.
V is for vile, what Julie considers men to be, except for Kirk.
W is for weapon, which Clarissa insists Harry keep concealed.
X is for x-ray vision, which is not needed to see Rosie’s knickers.
Y is for yelling at John, which Ches does to defend his sister.
Z is for zero, the chance Fiz tells John has with her.