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Episode 3614
Episode 3613
Production code P694/2613
ITV transmission date 29th October 1993 (Friday)
Story associates Gary Brown
Gillian Creswell
Jan McVerry
Julie Rutterford
Writer Peter Whalley
Designer Christopher Walker
Director Jeremy Summers
Producer Carolyn Reynolds
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PlotEdit

Percy gets annoyed when he's pestered by children for a "penny for the guy". He feels that they're little more than beggers. Sally is shocked when Joe tells her that Hazel told Kevin they are having an affair. She feels Kevin must believe it as he hasn't said anything. Nicky, Sarah Louise and David go trick or treating. Percy is furious when they call at No.3. He tells them to clear off before he calls the police. They run home, David and Sarah scared. Martin is furious and rows with Percy. Emily is annoyed as she invited the children round. Martin is amazed when Percy refuses to apologise. Curly tells Reg that he can't stand working with Elaine Fenwick anymore and wants her transferred. Des asks Tanya out for a meal and is disappointed when she refuses. Don takes Denise to a restaurant and tries to impress her but she makes it clear that she is only interested in a platonic relationship. Vicky arrives for the week. Steve is pleased to see her. Kevin admits to Sally that Hazel did tell him. Sally swears it's a lie and he believes her but admits that he did doubt her. She offers to stop minding Jonathan but Kevin asks her to forget all about it.

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NotesEdit

  • TV Times synopsis: The Platt children feel the sharp side of Percy’s tongue. Can Don bring himself to declare his feelings for Denise?
  • Viewing Figures: UK broadcast - 17,660,000 viewers (1st place - combined figure including repeat).

Notable dialogueEdit

Andy McDonald: "Erm... just about the flat. Is it... well is it still there?"
Alma Baldwin: "Well of course it's still there. It's stuck onto the cafe with cement."

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