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Episode 3226
Episode3226
Production code P694/2226
ITV transmission date 15th May 1991 (Wednesday)
Story editor Trevor Suthers
Story associates Graham Carlisle
Elizabeth Malpas
Writer Harry Duffin
Designer Chris Truelove
Director Richard Signy
Executive Producer David Liddiment
Producer Mervyn Watson
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PlotEdit

Tracy worries that her school trip to France might be in jeopardy as Deirdre is in financial trouble. Ivy annoys Alf by sending Mavis to Bettabuy for parsnips as they don't have any in stock. Jack worries that the insurance company will send an assessor to view No.9. Deirdre goes to the job centre and discovers that she hasn't got any skills and will have to re-train. She contacts an old Council friend, Clive Wallace, but he can only offer her a cleaning job. Audrey gives Ivy the runaround at the shop. Deirdre gets a job interview for telephone sales. Jack peels all the paper off the dry walls. Phil offers to pay for Tracy's school trip but Deirdre doesn't let him. Mavis feeds Derek "parsnip surprise". Jacks tells Vera that he's peeled the paper off the other walls to make the damage look worse than it is and be able to get the entire house decorated on the insurance. Vera is delighted with the idea and starts pulling the paper off herself.

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NotesEdit

  • This episode was broadcast at 6.40pm to allow for coverage of the European Cup Winners' Cup Final.
  • TV Times synopsis: Parsnips are on the menu at the Wiltons' - but what is for afters? Why is Jack Duckworth wrecking his own home?
  • Viewing Figures: UK broadcast - 13,700,000 viewers (6th place - combined figure including repeat).

Notable dialogueEdit

Deirdre Barlow (to Emily Bishop): "You know it's true what that politian said... Disraeli or somebody... 'In politics yer opponents are in the other party, yer enemies are in yer own.'"

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