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Bring out the humor in the play.
Jack and Jill were a young couple staying in a house in New Hampstead. They believed in purchasing things on hire-purchase basis. When Aunt Jane visited them, they boasted to her the ease and comfort of buying things on installment. The end of the play is humorous as things are revealed. The first revelation was that their first baby was also on installment. Secondly, when Aunt Jane questions Jack about meeting their weekly expenditure with the earnings which was already short, they said that they had been taking loan. Before leaving, she offered them 10 pounds and told them to at least pay all installments and become owners of one article. While Jack takes her to the bus stop, she discovered that only two tiers of their car were owned by them. While taking Aunt to the bus stop because she refused to travel in his car, he sent Jill to Dr. Martin so that their baby would be completely theirs.
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