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Episode 3071
Episode 3071
Production code P694/2071
ITV transmission date 18th May 1990 (Friday)
Story editor Tom Elliott
Story associates Trevor Suthers
Elizabeth Malpas
Writer Stephen Mallatratt
Designer Chris Truelove
Director Howard Baker
Executive Producer David Liddiment
Producer Mervyn Watson
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PlotEdit

Jenny refuses to let Flick allow Rodney Whitworth, a friend who has been kicked out his digs, to sleep on the sofa for a night. Vera vows to get even with the McDonalds but Jack is afraid to stand up to Jim. Jim thinks Jack has seen a solicitor when he says he's been advised not to comment. Jenny doesn't want No.7 turned into a doss house. Bet is adamant that she will not like the new Rovers. Jim speaks to a solicitor as Liz discovers it was Curly who advised Jack. Rita tells Alec that the Rovers is more than a pub to Bet. Audrey thanks Ivy for being supportive of Gail and Martin. Ivy angrily tells her she only suggested marriage as their child isn't worthy of Brian's name. Jack offers to pay the fine in exchange for the bike. For Bet's sake, Alec tells Nigel Ridley they'll oppose the refurbishments. Nigel is reasonable, telling Alec that the brewery won't force the changes on them. The police let the Duckworths and the McDonalds off and PC Nailor buys the bike for £800. Bet is delighted to hear the changes are off. Mr Simpson, the estate agent, tells Deirdre that the buyer is offering £30,000 for No.1. Jenny discovers Rod already installed at No.7.

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NotesEdit

  • TV Times synopsis: Jenny is landed with an unwanted lodger. Deirdre receives an unusual offer. Is it one she can refuse?
  • Viewing Figures: UK broadcast - 17,000,000 viewers (2nd place - combined figure including repeat).
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