Artist: Sid Burgon
Type: Double Page
Printed in Issue: 29th March 1986
Tony and Penny are given some Easter eggs, but a few minutes later they see a sign at the Children's Home asking for donations. They decide to hand their eggs over. Suddenly, Ivor and Milly appear saying it was hardly worth giving them over as they were so small. Penny points out it's the thought that counts. Tony says that he notices Ivor doesn't have any eggs, but Ivor says he's wrong.
He invites Ivor and Penny to his mansion where he shows the World's Biggest Ever Easter Egg that belongs to him and Milly. They have a giant hammer on a pendulum to crack the egg open. But as they use it, the egg is knocked off it's stand and rolls away.
They dive into a car and order the driver to follow that egg. It rolls into town and smashes into the wall of the children's home, where it splits into many pieces. The lady of the children's home thanks them for their donation, whilst Ivor and Milly sob uncontrollably.
The sign outside Kindabode Children's Home says "Can You Spare an Easter Egg for the Children's Home"
A shop in the background is labelled Smith & Jones (as in the 1980s comedy duo)
As Ivor walks into his mansion there are a number of signs saying "The Great Ivor Lott lives here," "I (heart) Ivor signed Ivor," and a picture of Ivor. There's also the 3,2,1 slashes (like as you approach junctions on the roads) at the top of the driveway.