Episode 3186
Episode 3186
Production code P694/2186
ITV transmission date 11th February 1991 (Monday)
Story editor Tom Elliott
Story associates Trevor Suthers
Elizabeth Malpas
Graham Carlisle
Writer Frank Cottrell Boyce
Designer Chris Truelove
Director June Howson
Executive Producer David Liddiment
Producer Mervyn Watson
Previous episode 8th February 1991
Next episode 13th February 1991


Mavis is shattered after staying up all night to see the fox. Curly is amazed by Kimberley acting like butter wouldn't melt after sleeping with Adrian Gosthorpe and loses his faith in women. Sally receives a letter which upsets her, but which she keeps from Kevin. Curly has a blazing row with Kimberley about Adrian in the middle of the store. Kimberley admits that they had sex and enrages him by saying that they're thinking about doing it again. She cries and slaps him when he causes a scene, telling all the customers her business. Reg intervenes and sends her home. Sally tells Liz that their repayment plan has been rejected by Terry Seymour. Jack flatters Reg into giving Vera her job back. Jim offers to help the Websters with a loan but Kevin rudely rejects the offer, triggering a row between him and Sally. Angie tells Rita that Jenny has a new boyfriend. The Duckworths celebrate Vera getting her job back, but Curly is in no mood to join them. Sally accuses Kevin of feeling like less of a man if he asks for help to pay the debt. She tells him that her dad was the same way and makes him feel ashamed. An amazed Derek sees the fox for himself. Rita wonders why Jenny is keeping her new man a secret. Jack's pigeon loft is attacked and some of the birds are killed.


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