T. Bag And The Revenge Of The T. Set Episode 5: Hazel Knutt's Muesli Bar

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Episode 1The Stone Circle
Episode 2When In Rome
Episode 3Lost In Space
Episode 4Turkish Delight
Episode 5Hazel Knutt's Muesli Bar
Episode 6Rock Star Baby
Episode 7Anastasia
Episode 8La Boheme
Episode 9The Bard
Episode 10The Ceremony

UK Air Date31/01/1989, 4.20pm
Repeat Screening05/08/1991, 4.20pm
Copyright YearMCMLXXXVIII (1988)
VTR Date03/10/1988
Fremantle Archive Ref45057 (series ref)
Consecutive Episode Number46
IMDB LinkEpisode page

T. Bag (Tallulah Bag)Elizabeth Estensen
T. ShirtJohn Hasler
Sally SimpkinsKellie Bright
Hazel KnuttGillian Martell
Herr KrimperJohn Bluthal

Make UpCaroline Becker
CostumeRaymond Childe
Vandra Howarde
Graphic DesignerChris Connors
Stage ManagerBobby Webber
Production AssistantSally Askey
DesignerJohn Plant
Executive ProducerCharles Warren
Written ByLee Pressman
Grant Cathro
ProducerLeon Thau
DirectorLeon Thau

Sally arrives in the mountains of Austria in Hazel Knutt’s Muesli Bar. In a castle elsewhere in the valley Wolfgang Krimper is working on a cure for old age.
The High-T Website synopsis

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Soup of the Day

Hazel Knutt: What do you fancy? We have nut cutlets, nut pie, nut rissoles, nut burgers in a nutty bun, nut loaf, nut bake in a nut sauce, nut flan, nut curry, nut quiche, chopped nut salad with three kinds of nut, nut burgers in a nutty bun, nut cake, nut slice, nut crumble, nut pudding and nut delight with extra nuts. Oh and to start, soup of the day which today is... erm...
Sally: Nut?
Hazel Knutt: Fish!
Sally: That all sounds delicious but I don’t have any money.
Hazel Knutt: Oh you poor thing, why you can’t not eat. Look I have some left-overs left over, I’ll rustle something up.
Sally: Really?
Hazel Knutt: Of course really, certainly really.
Sally: Oh that’s great of you, thanks er...
Hazel Knutt: Hazel.
Sally: Hazel.
Hazel Knutt: Hazel Knutt.
Sally: Of course, what else, I’m Sally.

A keen collector

(A severe storm rages outside with thunder and lightning).
Hazel Knutt: Oh, what a night.
Sally: Phew, that was great Hazel, thanks a lot. Hazel that's what I'm after, that spoon, I don't believe it.
Hazel Knutt: Eh? What? Eh?
Sally: That's why I came here, oh Hazel, can I have it, you've no idea how important it is.
Hazel Knutt: Well, it's always nice to see somebody happy, go on then.
Sally: Brilliant.
Hazel Knutt: I'm sorry I haven't anymore like that, you're obviously a keen collector.
Sally: You said it, well I really must go now, thanks again.
Hazel Knutt: Whoa, you can't go traipsing off at this hour.
Sally: But I must.
Hazel Knutt: It's terrible out there.
Sally: I'll be alright.
(Lightning flashes outside).
Hazel Knutt: You're staying the night here.
Sally: But. Well I am a bit tired, I haven't slept for ages.
Hazel Knutt: There's a spare bed out the back, you can have that. Ah, your spoons.
Sally: I might get them stolen.
Hazel Knutt: Well if that's all that's worrying you, why don't you let me lock up your bag in my safe?
Sally: But.
Hazel Knutt: Oh don't you trust me?
Sally: Oh I do trust you Hazel.
Hazel Knutt: Well, give it to me then. Off you go, through there on the left.
Sally: I can't thank you enough, good night.
Hazel Knutt: Night, night, sleep tight. What a sweet girl. Ah, she can have these tomorrow. Now just clear this lot away.
(Hazel Knutt walks off and a young Herr Krimper walks in).
Herr Krimper: Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha. Donna and wolf Blitzen, this storm is great fun, ha, ha. What sort of place is this then? Hello, oh, ohhhh, bickies, oh wunderbar, I'm famished. Cor blimey, these bickies are good, ha, ha. Blow winds and crack your cheeks. Rage winds a blow!
(Hazel Knutt walks back in after the young Herr Krimper has left).
Hazel Knutt: The bag, oh, the bag. Oh. I've got to get it back.

Added: 04/04/2015

Hurty Wurty Figgy Wiggy

T-Bag: What’s that, the bag, you’ve found Sally’s bag, ohh you clever little lad, I take it all back, well done T-Shirt, gimme gimme gimme, gimme the bag (T-Shirt bites her finger) Arrrgghhh.
T-Shirt: hurty wurty figgy wiggy ha ha ha.
T-Bag: How dare you bite me you little fiend!

Ga Ga Ga Ga Wa Ga Ga Ga Chou

T-Bag: What was all that about then?
T-Shirt: What?
T-Bag: What? Standing there as if butter wouldn’t melt.
T-Shirt: What are you on about?
T-Bag: Ga ga ga ga wa ga ga ga chou.
T-Shirt: Are you feeling alright?

Put A Sock In It

Hazel Knutt: You give that girl her bag back this minute.
T-Bag: Oh put a sock in it.

Smash The Plates

T-Bag: I know, let’s play a game, let’s play smash the plates!
Hazel Knutt: No, no, no, no...

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  • The name of the character Hazel Knutt, is a play-on-words for 'Hazelnut'.
  • The name of the character Herr Krimper, is a play-on-words for 'Hair Crimper'.
  • The radio presenter 'Grizzly Thwack' was voiced by the director, Leon Thau.
  • This is the only episode of this series where T-Bag does not wear her purple-star dress.
  • Kellie Bright (Sally Simpkins) appeared as a guest on Children's ITV when this episode had it's repeat broadcast on 5th August 1991.
  • The phrase ‘blow wind and crack your cheeks’ said by Herr Krimper when leaving the Muesli bar with Sally's bag is a line from Shakespeare's King Lear in Act III, Scene II.

  • John Bluthal, who plays Herr Krimper, appears in three episodes throughout the nine series of T-Bag. This is his second of his three appearances.
    (Turn on to T-Bag, Episode 2: Gangsters)
    (T. Bag and The Pearls of Wisdom, Episode 7: Tut Tut)
  • Gillian Martell, who plays Hazel Knutt, appears in two episodes throughout the nine series of T-Bag. This is her first of her two appearances. The Christmas special was likely to have been filmed during production of this series.
    (T. Bag's Christmas Carol)
  • T-Shirt listens to the Gory Story Hour with Grizzly Thwack in the following series, T. Bag and The Pearls of Wisdom, in episode 6.
    (T. Bag and The Pearls of Wisdom, Episode 6: The Ghost of Castle McCarr)
  • This is the second time that T-Bag thinks and behaves like a child; after the first instance from the previous series in episode 8.
    (Turn on to T-Bag, Episode 8: The African Queen)
  • The phrase ‘blow wind and crack your cheeks’ said by Herr Krimper when leaving the Muesli bar with Sally's bag was also said by T-Bag during Turn on to T-Bag.
    (Turn on to T-Bag, Episode 10: Turn On To T-Bag)