Audrey Potter (Sue Nicholls) had never had it so good! Having secured her desired status in life by marrying Mr Alfred Roberts (Bryan Mosley) in 1985, she soon found herself mistress of her own castle at No 11 Coronation Street.
And mistress of her own hair salon, too, as the front room became Weatherfield's answer to Teasy-Weasy.
The idea of moving into No 11 hadn't appealed at first, but Audrey had finally found some security and status in life and was blissfully happy.
The front room at No 11 became a centre for fun and gossip, as well as 1980s shaggy perms, and one day Audrey managed to get prickly Percy Sugden (Bill Waddington) to try on a wig she was selling.
Of course, he was not impressed. Even less so when Hilda Ogden (Jean Alexander) and Mavis Riley (Thelma Barlow) arrived.
Mavis was there for an appointment, but told Mr Sugden that she didn't want to interrupt his wig fitting.
Percy was outraged! "You want your bumps feeling - all of you!"
Audrey, to whom most things had a naughty connotation, intervened: "Now, keep the party clean!"
Percy exited, in high dudgeon.
Mavis, slightly embarrassed, moved to put Audrey right:
"I think he means the bumps on your head. It's called phrenology!"
"Well, either that or he needs arresting!" said Hilda, highly amused.
Audrey got back to business.
"Well come on, Mavis my petal, follow me!"
"Upstairs to wash your silken locks. I'm not equipped for it down 'ere, yer see!"
Mavis was slightly taken aback - she hadn't expected to have her hair washed in Audrey's private bathroom. "Oh, right!"
And Audrey continued: "If you 'appen to see Alf's spare dentures, just shut yer eyes - even Vidal Sassoon 'ad to start somewhere!"