From the previous sketch, it cuts to Air Chief Marshal Sir Vincent "Kill the Japs" Forster (John Cleese) who is on a TV monitor in Mrs Pinnet's (Terry Jones) living room. The doorbell rings and she turns the TV off and answers the door. A man in silly attire asks for Mrs Rogers, to which Mrs Pinnet responds "Ooh, I must be in the wrong house!" and climbs out of the window, over the garden wall and into her own house's window.
She sits back down to watch the Air Chief Marshal's interview, before the doorbell goes again, and a large 'New Cooker Sketch' title appears. Two gas men (Graham Chapman and Michael Palin) are at the door and ask for Mrs Crump, and Mrs Pinnet tells them the cooker's for her. The two work men decide to go to the depot and getting a transfer slip from Crump to Pinnet, and they'll be able to get the cooker to her in ten weeks. Mrs Pinnet refuses to let her cooker go so she fills out a temporary dispatch note. They move the cooker into the sitting room and leave, but Mrs Pinnet runs out to ask them to connect it up. Another two gas men (John Cleese and Eric Idle) enter and join the conversation.
Mrs Pinnet begins to get annoyed by the confusion between Crump and Pinnet. More gas men enter the house and the first gas man (Palin) tells her they can't set up the cooker unless it's an emergency. Mrs Pinnet retaliates, but the gas man tells her, secretly, that they can turn the gas on, make a hole in the pipe and ring the emergency to connect the cooker in a few days. When they tell her if she's dead, they'd be round in a shot, Mrs Pinnet agrees. She lies down and the gas man puts the gas tube into her mouth as the other gas men, who have lined up outside her house and all down the street, mutter technical jargon to each other.