Episode 3361
Episode 3361
Production code P694/2361
ITV transmission date 23rd March 1992 (Monday)
Story editor Trevor Suthers
Story associates Graham Carlisle
Jan McVerry
Elizabeth Malpas
Writer Peter Whalley
Designer Paul Rowan
Director David Richards
Executive Producer David Liddiment
Producer Carolyn Reynolds
Previous episode 20th March 1992
Next episode 25th March 1992


Mavis is stunned to discover that Rita is getting married and plans to live in Florida. She and Derek both realise that they could buy The Kabin off Rita. Alec refuses to be despondent when customers leave as there's no food for sale. Jim is horrified to hear that his joke cost Betty her job. He apologises to Alec, telling him that he has no intention to report him to the health inspector. Bet tells Alec that if they're not going to be reported they can sell food again. Percy thinks it's awful that Betty has been sacked and goes to the Town Hall to complain about the new food laws, telling Mr Steele, the health officer, that the customers support Betty. The officer doesn't know what he's talking about. Alec realises that if he doesn't serve food his profits will be drastically cut. He tells Bet that Betty can return. Martin sits the intelligence test. Betty is upset by the way Alec cast her aside after twenty-two years service. She tells Bet she doesn't know whether she wants to return or not. Mike finds out that Kevin sent Jack Halliwell a £500 service bill. Halliwell tells Mike that he realises how he's been adding to all the bills. Mike threatens Kevin with the sack if he doesn't play the game his way. Kevin decides to only charge for work carried out. Reg is stunned to hear that Rita is marrying Ted.


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