It's one of the moments from this show that lived on in my vague memory. The idea was that he had no jurisdiction at home. The song doesn't live up to its colorful title, but I've gotten it anyway. The intro is striking...overall it's alright. I was never sure if this playful pop classic was supposed to be double entendre or just plain single entendre. "Ballroom Blitz" will be an even more delayed hit in the States. It charts in the UK later in '73, but in the US in '75. To compare and contrast with the derivative "992 Arguments," this is how you do a distinctive-sounding follow-up hit. The important thing at the time was that they stopped him and he didn't get to roam the floor.