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1995
Episode number 3948
ITV broadcast date 15th December 1995 (Friday)
Production code P694/2948
Writer Stephen Mallatratt
Director Jon Woods
Previous episode 13th December 1995
Next episode 18th December 1995

Contents

Plot

Liz pretends to be sick to stay off work. She is confused by her feelings for Des and Jim. Des asks her not to hide from him. She tells him she can't live a lie. Bill and Jim buy a battered van. Steve tells Vicky he feels she's acting like his probation officer, checking up on him all the time. Vicky is hurt as she just wants to be with him. Denise is alarmed when Alison Dunkley tells her she thinks Brian is having an affair. Alison is suspicious of his movements but has no proof. Derek is shocked when Norris asks him to be his best man when he marries Angela. Denise tries to persuade Alison that Brian isn't being unfaithful but can't help asking what their sex life is like. Jim explains away Liz's moods by thinking she's having a hard time at work with Des. Derek is uncomfortable about being Norris' best man when he marries his ex-wife but is talked into it. Denise warns Brian that Alison suspects him of being unfaithful. Judy pleases Gary by putting a neon sign in the house window saying 'Santa's Nookie Nest'. Des tells Sean he's having trouble with Liz and wants a transfer. Sean refuses and tells him they'll sack Liz.

Cast

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Guest cast

  • Brian Dunkley - Benny Young
  • Alison Dunkley - Maggie Saunders

Notes

  • Viewing Figures: UK broadcast - 16,620,000 viewers (3rd place - combined figure including repeat).
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