Lynne and 'Mantha are in a shop. 'Mantha asks Lynne why men are so useless at buying sexy underwear. Lynne tells 'Mantha that George says the choice is so limited as it's Y-fronts or boxers.
This women's shop is very dark. It is known as mood lighting and it gives the impression that the shop is a sexy disco. It also seems relatively pricey with a bra and pants set costing £19. The shop sees itself as classy by advertising bras as brassieres. It is owned by an Argentinian.
'Mantha is asking a pertinent question as she has gone to the shop to return some underwear that Sammy bought her for Christmas. The thing is, Sammy must have found it sexy so why is she returning it? In some ways it is a gift for him, not her. But then if she doesn't feel attractive in them, then Sammy won't feel the benefit.
'Mantha's question is once again turned into a joke by Lynne. 'Mantha didn't ask what George thought about it and she is getting a little fed up of Lynne not helping her. Her face at the end shows a polite smile but inside she is boiling with fury.