Episode 3624
Production code P694/2624
ITV transmission date 24th November 1993 (Wednesday)
Story associates Gary Brown
Gillian Creswell
Jan McVerry
Julie Rutterford
Writer Adele Rose
Designer Peter Elliott
Director Jeremy Summers
Producer Carolyn Reynolds
Previous episode 22nd November 1993
Next episode 26th November 1993


Denise becomes unnerved by the phone calls. Elaine Fenwick refuses to be much help at work but feels guilty about taking her feud out on the staff. Jim wishes Andy luck, glad that he's still going to be around. Deirdre is overwhelmed when Tracy returns home, explaining that the lease ran out on the flat. Curly urges Elaine to stop being petty but she refuses to mellow. Alison lets Steve drive her home from work but refuses to let him into her flat. However she does promise to see him again. Denise finally snaps and shouts abuse at the mystery caller.


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  • TV Times synopsis: Tracy has a favour to ask of Deirdre - how will she react? Why is Denise nervous about entering her own flat?
  • Viewing Figures: UK broadcast - 16,030,000 viewers (7th place - combined figure including repeat).

Notable dialogueEdit

Raquel Wolstenhulme (about atomic bombs): "I mean why do men have to invent things like that anyway? Bet it weren't a woman ya know - who invented all them 'orrible cruising missiles and exercise missiles neither."


Rita Sullivan: "There once was a girl called Raquel. They called her the barmaid from hell!"

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