Lynne is in a travel agents and asks the proprietor how the holiday business is. The man replies that it is very slow. Just then he has an idea how to attract new customers. Lynne is then posing in the window. George asks when he will get his wife back, to which the man replies at the end of the summer.
On a normal trip into town, Lynne has ended up inside a travel agents. It would seem she has no intention of booking a holiday so we can assume that she knows this man. She also feels the need to name his business the 'holiday business'. This would imply that this man has one or many other businesses that Lynne could have been enquiring about. These other businesses must be able to look after themselves, with the help of some skilled managers of course, but it is the holiday business that needs this man's undivided attention at the moment.
The man's head shakes uncontrollably when he has his idea. It's so simple, he thought to himself, why didn't I think of it beforehand? His idea, of course, is to put an attractive woman, in this case Lynne, in his window to attract more holiday goers. This would mean that business was so slow that no attractive women at all have come into his shop recently. It's been old men going on walking holidays which quite frankly are not very lucrative to a travel agent.
So Lynne is in the window, flaunting her body to help a needy travel agent. It is certainly working, as there are at least 6 men who are interested in booking a holiday now. The strapline must be something along the lines of 'You could meet a woman like this on holiday.' George asks when he is getting his wife back. Lynne finally has a job! Let's just hope she's actually getting paid for this. She will be working until the end of the summer, which is sometime in the middle of September. Will she have to be in that window all the time with only a cocktail? George needn't worry too much. He'll be at work during the week and there is certainly no trading on Sundays in the 80s so it's only Saturdays he'll miss her. Use that time, George, to go to football matches, fishing or doing those odd jobs you like doing. And be thankful for the extra income.