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Episode 1937
Episode 1937
Production code P694/937
ITV transmission date 24th October 1979 (Wednesday)
Stories by Esther Rose
Peter Tonkinson
Writer John Stevenson
Designer Eric Deakins
Director Richard Holthouse
Producer Bill Podmore
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PlotEdit

Mavis hears mysterious noises in her flat at night. Deirdre reveals Ray has asked for a divorce and wants to cite Ken as co-respondent. Deirdre wants to know who told Ray. Eddie offers to spend the night with Mavis to sort the noises out. She doesn't like the idea but agrees to his staying until bedtime. Alf provides a chair in the shop for customers to sit on. Mavis hears the noises again and begs Eddie to stay the night. Deirdre shows Ray's letter to Ken. She is shocked when he tells her that she's got to keep him out of the divorce.

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Notable dialogueEdit

Bet Lynch (about Eddie Yeats): "Well he has got his good points, Mrs Walker."
Annie Walker: "Really? Such as?"
Bet Lynch: "Well...he wears trousers."

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