Episode 3691
Production code P694/2691
ITV transmission date 27th April 1994 (Wednesday)
Story associates Gillian Creswell
Jan McVerry
Gary Brown
Writer Peter Whalley
Designer Christopher Walker
Director Julian Farino
Executive Producer Carolyn Reynolds
Producer Sue Pritchard
Previous episode 25th April 1994
Next episode 29th April 1994


Mike explains to Kevin and Jim that he wants Jim to drive executives around in the Jaguar as well as working at the garage. Elaine is stunned to see Vera out and about wearing a Bettabuy uniform. She confronts Curly, furious that he's re-employed Vera but is disarmed when all he can do is declare his love for her. Emily entertains the Wiltons to dinner but serves up frozen vegetables. They try to ignore them but she breaks down, annoyed that Bernard strung her along and allowed her to be emotionally attached. She feels foolish for thinking anyone could ever love her. Denise makes Ken see that he's being stupid sulking. He agrees to take her out, upsetting Don who accuses Denise of being poison. Raquel throws a party for Des. Martin is worried when Gail is called as a witness in the Mandy Baker enquiry. He fears that she might talk about what he tells her in confidence. Raquel gets drunk at the party whilst Des and Tanya stay sober. Alma takes Raquel out into the garden for some air but turns her round when she sees Des and Tanya kissing outside.


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  • This episode was transmitted at 6.55pm due to coverage of Champions League football.
  • TV Times synopsis: Des and Tanya take one risk too many.
  • Viewing Figures: UK broadcast - 13,330,000 viewers (5th place - combined figure including repeat).
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