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Episode 3122
Episode3122
Production code P694/2122
ITV transmission date 17th September 1990 (Monday)
Story editor Tom Elliott
Story associates Trevor Suthers
Elizabeth Malpas
Writer Julian Roach
Designer Janet Latham
Director John Darnell
Executive Producer David Liddiment
Producer Mervyn Watson
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PlotEdit

Mike plans a party to get to know Jackie Ingram better. Jim casually mentions to Liz that he packed in his job. Audrey tells Alf she wouldn't give Jim the time of day and threatens to confront Jim unless he tells her that he trusts her. He says he does. Liz wants to have it out with Audrey for causing Jim problems at work. Jim says it was a long time coming as he didn't like the way Frank Gregson expected him to rip people off. Alf stops Audrey from having a doorstep row with the McDonalds. Ralph Dobson is appalled at Mike's business techniques. With the Rovers short-staffed, Liz asks Bet for a job. Bet takes her on even though she has no bar experience. Mike urges Jackie to continue to operate at capacity despite the recession as he's trying to clinch a deal with Phil Jennings that will see them through. Ivy can't stop thinking about the Spiritualism and "Brian". Liz has second thoughts about the job when Alec asks her to dress more provocatively. Jim isn't happy about her working in the Rovers and he warns a customer off who leers at her. Ivy decides to go to the Spiritualist meeting with Vera to set her mind at ease.

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NotesEdit

  • TV Times synopsis: Alec is shocked when he finds out who Bet has taken on as barmaid at the Rovers Return. Jim and Alf both have to restrain their wives from turning the Street into a war zone.
  • Viewing Figures: UK broadcast - 16,350,000 viewers (4th place - combined figure including repeat).

Notable dialogueEdit

Bet Gilroy: "There's me and Duck egg like a couple of dancing Derbyshires, and you with a mouthful of nails deciding to worry about the stair carpet?"
Alec Gilroy: "I can't do right for you, can I?"
Bet Gilroy: "You can get in there... while I go and throw boiled ham at some baps."

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