Episode 3600
Production code P694/2600
ITV transmission date 29th September 1993 (Wednesday)
Story associates Gary Brown
Jan McVerry
Julie Rutterford
Writer Martin Allen
Designer Christopher Walker
Director Romey Allison
Producer Carolyn Reynolds
Previous episode 27th September 1993
Next episode 1st October 1993


Jim is thrilled after his night with Liz however she tells him that they must take one step at a time. Mavis enjoys looking after Mitzi when Jenny works but Derek is furious when his slipper is chewed. Colin suspects Liz spent the night with Jim and is annoyed that he was left running the pub. Jim smugly returns Liz's scarf to her at The Queens, telling Colin that she left it there in the morning. Colin is annoyed and resigns from the pub, telling Liz that he's not a mug and telling Jim that he's welcome to Liz. She is not amused. Percy and Emily go to St. Saviour's Church in Oakhill to see Olive Clarke married to Edwin Turner. Percy is horrified to learn Edwin was a conscientious objector. Liz asks Colin to stay but he tells her that he'll be catching a bus to Hartlepool and if she wants him then she'll have to stop him. Percy walks out of the service but Emily stays and meets Bernard Morton, vicar of the church. Colin leaves as Liz does not make any attempt to stop him. Mavis is followed home whilst walking Mitzi. Liz tells Jim that she needs time to sort out what she wants. Emily has a wonderful time with Bernard and comes home tipsy. Tracy packs and leaves home.


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  • TV Times synopsis: Mavis has a disturbing late-night experience.
  • Viewing Figures: UK broadcast - 15,790,000 viewers (3rd place - combined figure including repeat).
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