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Episode 3242 (21st June 1991)

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Episode 3242
Production code P694/2242
ITV transmission date 21st June 1991 (Friday)
Story editor Tom Elliott
Story associates Trevor Suthers
Graham Carlisle
Elizabeth Malpas
Writer Julian Roach
Designer Chris Truelove
Director Brian Mills
Executive Producer David Liddiment
Producer Mervyn Watson
Previous episode 19th June 1991
Next episode 24th June 1991


Audrey accuses Don of covering up for Alf as she thinks that he was with Vivian Barford, not fishing. Deirdre is annoyed that Phil is avoiding the VAT man and won't tell her about his movements. Alma phones the agents pretending to be Mike's secretary to discover that Mike does own the cafe. She accuses Gail of dealing with Mike behind her back, and is furious that she's living on Mike's pity. Gail urges her to see that it doesn't matter; its just Mike's way of unloading guilt. Audrey can't stand being on her own and decides to return home. Derek refuses to see Des has put right the damage, he thinks that he's removed the evidence. Mavis accuses him of being obsessed. Audrey finds Alf has changed the locks. Derek makes his peace with Des. Audrey dumps herself on Gail and tells her that she has decided to play Alf at his own game and get a divorce.


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  • TV Times synopsis: Mavis accuses Derek of being obsessed - has he been at the parsnips again? Gail realises that the rift in her mother's marriage is growing at an alarming rate.
  • Viewing Figures: UK broadcast - 14,990,000 viewers (4th place - combined figure including repeat).
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