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Episode 3190 (20th February 1991)

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Episode 3190
Episode3190
Production code P694/2190
ITV transmission date 20th February 1991 (Wednesday)
Story editor Tom Elliott
Story associates Trevor Suthers
Elizabeth Malpas
Graham Carlisle
Writer Julian Roach
Designer Chris Truelove
Director Richard Signy
Executive Producer David Liddiment
Producer Mervyn Watson
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PlotEdit

Vera breaks down over her mother. She feels guilty as she hadn't visited her in a while. Phil asks Alec not to forward any calls to him. Amy had a heart attack in the middle of playing bingo. Emily is still making regular visits to the hospital. She tells Percy not to worry about her health but he thinks she's guarding her privacy. Angie tells Rita how bad things are with Jenny. Percy shares his concerns with Mavis and Deirdre. Phil tells Deirdre he needs to lie low for a while and the Rovers is a convenient place to do so. He swears he's not up to anything dodgy. The conversation worries an eavesdropping Alec. Emily surprises Percy by saying she wants to do something with her life before she dies. Jenny isn't talking to Angie as she thinks she's a snitch. Alec fears Phil is involved with the mob. Mavis thinks Percy is worried about nothing and walks out of the Rovers when he suggests that she doesn't care about Emily. Curly takes Raquel out again. He assures her that he's done with Kimberley. Rita goes to sort Jenny out. Jenny tells her she has no right to tell her what to do with her life. Rita is disappointed that she's become so cynical. Alec is frightened when a thuggish man called Scotch Tommy calls for Phil and leaves a message that he and "the lads" be waiting for him tomorrow.

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Notable dialogueEdit

Emily Bishop: "I used to stand and wait. I waited too long."
Percy Sugden: "Y'know, you 'ave done something in your life, if you'd venture to let me say so, something very important in this world. You've been an example. An example of decency and right-mindedness."
Emily Bishop: "An example of quite good table manners, Mr. Sugden, not much more. But I'd like to do something, some little thing to point to when I stand before my maker."

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