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Episode 3215
Production code P694/2215
ITV transmission date 19th April 1991 (Friday)
Story editor Tom Elliott
Story associates Trevor Suthers
Elizabeth Malpas
Graham Carlisle
Writer Adele Rose
Designer Chris Truelove
Director Richard Signy
Executive Producer David Liddiment
Producer Mervyn Watson
Previous episode 17th April 1991
Next episode 22nd April 1991


Joss Shackleton disapproves of Jack's posing as an experienced chauffeur and housekeeper for the interview. Raquel likes the idea of modelling. Steph is proud of Des fighting for her honour. Mrs Maxwell-Glover interviews the Duckworths. They pocket the expenses and tell her that they work for Sir Alec and Lady Gilroy-Holdsworth. Steve worries that Andy will get in trouble selling the posters. At the gig, an official, Jimmy Charlton, makes a grab for Andy and demands the money he's taken. Phil arrives and saves him. Andy tells Phil that he's back at school because he promised Liz. Phil offers him a job with real money. Reg tells Raquel that she's not allowed to appear in public other than as Miss Bettabuy. Mrs Maxwell-Glover phones the Duckworths and gives them the job but wants references from Sir Alec. Vera worries as they gave her Coronation Street as a contact address.


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  • TV Times synopsis: The Duckworths attend an interview with a view to bettering themselves. Raquel realises that Reg stands in the way of her future happiness.
  • Viewing Figures: UK broadcast - 16,250,000 viewers (3rd place - combined figure including repeat).

Notable dialogueEdit

Jack Duckworth: "Oh, she's a dab hand with a chip pan."
Vera Duckworth: "I'm alright wi' yer plain stuff. I don't pretend to know about yer 'novel' cuisine."

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