Episode 3423
Production code P694/2423
ITV transmission date 12th August 1992 (Wednesday)
Story associates Graham Carlisle
Tom Elliott
Jan McVerry
Elizabeth Malpas
Writer Peter Whalley
Designer Paul Rowan
Director Nicholas Ferguson
Executive Producer David Liddiment
Producer Carolyn Reynolds
Previous episode 10th August 1992
Next episode 14th August 1992


When Kevin calls at No.8 in his overalls, Sally makes him sit on newspaper for fear of marking Gail's chairs. Kimberley hates the thought of Curly and Angie living under the same roof. He tells her that to him Angie isn't a woman; she's a tenant. Vicky helps Steve wash up at the cafe so he can leave early. Sunglobe Shipping Company offers Alec the job of running their entertainment. He tells Bet he wants to do it; to give up the Rovers and move to Southampton. She is stunned. Vicky is amazed when Alec tells her that they might all move to Southampton. She is horrified at the thought. Bet assures her it's just an idea that he'll drop. Nicky tells Gail that Kevin wore his overalls in the house. She thinks she can see oil on the chair. Angie assures Kimberley she doesn't fancy Curly. She can't believe Kimberley is so naive. Alec is horrified to hear that Vicky has been washing up in the cafe. When he accuses her of doing it for the money she tells him that she's sold Saracen. Alec is furious and determines to make sure they move to Southampton to get her away from Steve's influence.


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  • TV Times synopsis: Alec is offered the chance of a lifetime.
  • Viewing Figures: UK broadcast - 17,540,000 viewers (1st place - combined figure including repeat).
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