Episode 3091
Episode 3091
Production code P694/2091
ITV transmission date 6th July 1990 (Friday)
Story editor Tom Elliott
Story associates Trevor Suthers
Elizabeth Malpas
Writer Ken Blakeson
Designer Chris Truelove
Director Richard Signy
Executive Producer David Liddiment
Producer Mervyn Watson
Previous episode 4th July 1990
Next episode 9th July 1990


Don asks Martin to try to get on with Ivy although Martin already thinks he went too far. Curly starts advertising the Bettabuy bus. Phyllis annoys Percy at the cafe and he withdraws his custom. Jim starts work on a BSA Bantam bike. Andy is amused as Steve spends all his time working on it. Curly plans the bus route so that it stops on Coronation Street. The residents think it's a good idea. Joanne arrives to stay and Andy falls for her. Alf is horrified to find a poster in The Kabin advertising the bus and fears it'll ruin him. Flick realises that Joanne is going to be a handful. Gail worries about the cafe with Alma and Phyllis running it. The Bettabuy bus is launched. Gail and the baby are cleared and she is told she can go home but is advised to take it easy. Reg tells an angry Alf that the bus was Curly's idea. Gail tells Martin that she's going to put the baby first and leave the cafe.


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Notable dialogueEdit

Curly Watts: "It wasn't easy Mr Holdsworth, but as you once told me, 'where there's a will, there's a supermarket manager'."

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