Andy and Curly grow tired of Steve dossing down on their sofa. Vera feels ashamed that everyone knows about Jack's fling with Dulcie Froggatt. Rita is pleased to be asked to go on holiday with the Websters but doesn't like the idea of returning to Blackpool. Mrs Jeffers tells Ken that she's received a complaint from a parent about him fathering an illegitimate child. Steve tries to get round Liz with flowers and put the blame for his departure on Jim. He is surprised when Liz stands by Jim, saying that at least he is decent. Reg tries to talk Percy round but Percy refuses to forgive Maud. Jim is astonished when Liz tells him that she took his side against Steve. Vera announces she intends to sue the papers - there's no way Jack's ever been up to five times a night. Jack tries to win her over with free drinks. Sally realises that Rita has bad memories of Blackpool and regrets asking her. Jack advises Vera to remember her Royal connections and not dirty herself by rowing with the press; she must rise above it. Steve takes Curly and Andy to a casino, giving them both £50 to play with. They both lose but Steve wins money and a girlfriend. Vera forgives Jack but he has to make love to her as compensation.


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  • TV Times synopsis: There's only one winner when Steve takes Andy and Curly to a casino. Jack is forced into a very delicate situation.
  • Viewing Figures: UK broadcast - 14,770,000 viewers (2nd place - combined figure including repeat).
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