Good morning™, all!
Basil Jett seems to be a reference to Joseph Bazalgette, the engineer of London’s sewer system in the mid-1800s. Before that, there was sewage everywhere, including in the River Thames, causing all sorts of diseases in the city. More here: https://www.museumoflondon.org.uk/discover/how-bazalgette-built-londons-first-super-sewer
Wren Christopher is Christopher Wren backwards. He is best known as the architect of St. Paul’s Cathedral in London, but he was responsible for the rebuilding of over 50 other churches that were destroyed in the Great Fire of 1666. Among other buildings, he designed Kensington Palace, where the new Prince and Pricess of Wales (William and Catherine), although they are in the process of moving out of London and will keep their apartments there mainly for offices.
Anita Bath is a rather obvious play on “I need a bath.” Maybe someone here can say what inspired that name.
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