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Episode number 3521
ITV broadcast date 29th March 1993 (Monday)
Production code P694/2521
Writer Barry Hill
Director Howard Baker
Previous episode 26th March 1993
Next episode 31st March 1993



Vera blames Des for his statement, feeling he's done Tommy out of his compensation. Percy receives a letter from Olive Clarke who saw the magazine article. She tells him his old pal Nobby Clarke has died. He is sad as Nobby was his best pal in the Army. Maureen is puzzled as Reg is cool towards her. Stella Rigby goes off to the Caribbean, offering Bet use of her villa in Tenerife. Percy contacts Olive and is invited round. The bewery tells Bet they have no relief managers spare to cover her holiday. Mark is upset that he can't go away with Mike. Bet asks Liz to run the Rovers in her absence as relief manageress. Reg pretends he doesn't mind Maureen having a man. Liz isn't sure she could run a pub but Bet is certain she can. Vera and Jack worry about money as the bills pile up. She tells Jack they'll have to get Des to change his statement and blame the driver. Reg accuses Maureen of taking him for a mug and tells her he knows she has a man. She breaks the news that she in fact lives with her mother, Maud Grimes – Reg's old nemesis who he thought would have died long before. He is stunned. Liz is thrilled when Jim encourages her to run the Rovers. Jack asks Des to change his statement for Tommy's sake. Des refuses to commit perjury. Jack tells him he owes it to Lisa to help Tom out.



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  • Viewing Figures: UK broadcast - 18,920,000 viewers (1st place - combined figure including repeat).
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