Hunter is able to convey an absolute understanding of the stupidity and desperation of his master's plight. He is the perfect butler and brings to mind P.G. Wodehouse's Jeeves. The play's final scene seems weak, perhaps the result of some dialogue being cut.
If this is accidental, upcoming performances will be stronger as the dialogue indicating transitions is restored. Nevertheless, the actors are able to overcome slight confusion and bring everything back together for the end. The show is appropriate for most audiences, but the wiser generations will appreciate it the most.
— Elizabeth Hurd