The honour of the Saturday strip again falls on Pete Scarborough who conjured images of Britain's illustrious past and made us all realise how much better life was when it was full of innuendo.
Interesting to note, however, that we here at HMLS have looked into this Pete Scarborough fellow and found some peculiarities in his history. Once known as Sir Peter Perpovakov, the longtime presenter of radio broadcast quiz The World in General, his tenure on the show ended prematurely when Ofcom discovered he had been helping a retired keyboard player to consistently beat an unemployed person week after week using a code which turned out to be well-known by the KGB. After the scandal Perpovakov went underground and he has remained out of sight until the pull of Bames Jond proved too strong and he broke cover, using the alias Scarborough.
Be warned, sir. We are onto you. But still you make us laugh, so keep those strips funny or we'll go tell mum.
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