Episode 3292
Episode 3292
Production code P694/2292
ITV transmission date 16th October 1991 (Wednesday)
Story associates Paul Abbott
Graham Carlisle
Marvin Close
Elizabeth Malpas
Writer Adele Rose
Designer Diane Crossley
Director Brian Mills
Executive Producer David Liddiment
Producer Mervyn Watson
Previous episode 14th October 1991
Next episode 18th October 1991


Martin and Gail realise that it's stupid to row; they're both on the same side. They ask Nicky to leave the St. Luke's team but he refuses. Vera holds a council of war with Jack and the Websters over Jim's extension. Kevin suggests that they complain to the Council. Jack tackles Jim about the extension. When Jim insults Vera, Jack nearly goes for him. Nicky runs out of the house with his football kit when Martin tries to stop him going to St Luke's. Jack rings up the Council and complains about Jim. Alf gives Bet money and asks her to buy an eternity ring for Audrey on his behalf as he can't get out of the house. Ivy watches Nicky playing football and is stunned when Martin appears and drags Nicky off the pitch. Liz begs Jim to talk to the Websters and Duckworths about the extension. Audrey loves the eternity ring. Martin is sorry for humiliating Nicky but Gail thinks that he did the right thing. Nicky refuses to talk to either of them. Jim attempts to placate the Duckworths and Websters but ends up rowing with Vera. He is furious when Jack reveals that he's contacted the Council and an Inspector is being sent round.


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  • TV Times synopsis: While Vera prepares herself for battle, Ivy is unprepared for Martin’s wrath.
  • Viewing Figures: UK broadcast - 19,820,000 viewers (1st place - combined figure including repeat).
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