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Episode 1325 (26th September 1973)

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Episode 1325
Production code P694/325
ITV transmission date 26th September 1973 (Wednesday)
Stories by Esther Rose
Peter Tonkinson
Harry Driver
Writer H.V. Kershaw
Designer Ed Buziak
Director June Wyndham Davies
Producer Eric Prytherch
Previous episode 24th September 1973
Next episode 1st October 1973


Norma holds out hope that Ken and Janet were meeting to talk business as they're both in education. Stan takes up a pipe as he only promised to lay off cigarettes. Ray gets a letter from Len asking why he hasn't heard from Rita. The residents find ways to cope with not being able to smoke; Ray carries a dummy cigarette in his mouth while Elsie eats sweets. Janet calls to tell Ken she's found a supply teacher for him. They go for lunch and get to know each other. Vera Hopkins marches her daughter Tricia back to the Rovers, this time wearing her school uniform and looking her age, to berate Annie for serving underage girls. Annie berates Vera in turn for giving Tricia enough money to be able to afford fashionable clothes and buy expensive drinks. She bars them from the Rovers. Alf tells Annie that Norman Leach has got seven years in prison. Elsie doesn't mind that Janet is back in the area as she can relate to her need for a fella. Conrad Farmer looks for Len to thank him for rescuing his depressed wife from the canal and staying with her until their daughter came home. Alf realises that this was why Len didn't turn up at the Town Hall to stop him resigning over Norman Leach.


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Notable dialogueEdit

Annie Walker: “Right. Now you had your say Mrs. Hopkins, now I'll have mine. If stupid parents think they can discharge their responsibilities by giving their children enough money to dress beyond their years and to buy expensive drinks, then I agree with you, there is something wrong with the world. And another thing, we asked your daughter how old she was, and I'm sorry to have to tell you but she is a very accomplished liar. And her lies which we accepted as the truth could have got me into very serious trouble, so if you wish us to treat your daughter as a sixteen-year-old child, Mrs. Hopkins, then I suggest that you treat her as a sixteen-year-old child and if she can't spend her money wisely then I suggest that you don't give her so much. It's as simple as that. Now, I know what your daughter looks like Mrs. Hopkins, and I know what you look like, and I'd be very happy if neither of you ever came into this public house again.”

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