What was the name of the shop opened by Reginald Perrin that sold useless products like square hoops, round dice and his son-in-law’s disgusting wine?
The marvelous Britcom “The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin” starred Leonard Rossiter as a middle-aged middle manager driven to bizarre behavior by his pointless job at Sunshine Desserts. Over the course of several series, Reggie Perrin fakes his death, assumes a new identity, returns to life and opens a commune. However, in season two, Perrin opened a shop full of worthless and impractical fare only to become a victim of his own success. But what was the name of the shop?
Grot. Yes, “Grot.” Wholly appropriate for the shop that sold “absolutely complete and utter rubbish” perhaps – but if you need a bell without a clapper or a tennis racquet sans strings it is the best place to shop.