Episode 3921
Episode 3921
Production code P694/2921
ITV transmission date 13th October 1995 (Friday)
Story associates Gillian Creswell
Marina O'Loughlin
David Millard
Writer Julian Roach
Designer Christopher Walker
Director June Howson
Executive Producer Carolyn Reynolds
Producer Sue Pritchard
Previous episode 11th October 1995
Next episode 16th October 1995


Rita feels bad about letting Bet down. Denise decides that she wants Daniel christened. Martin is keen for everyone to talk about the house and makes Gail see the sense in not going to court. Bet swallows her pride and asks Vicky for a loan of £66,000. She is alarmed when Vicky tells her that she'll have to discuss it with Steve. Ken agrees to the christening when Denise shows him how important it is for her. She wants everyone to know Daniel is someone special. Gail suggests to Don that he signs an affidavit recognising No.5 as Nick's house but with Nick agreeing to let him live there for his lifetime. Josie thinks it's a good idea but Don refuses, saying he wants a home he can leave to his widow. Rita tells Ken about Bet wanting money and their row. Ken tells her not to worry about Bet; they'll make sure she doesn't do anything silly. Ken asks Rita to be Daniel's godmother. Vicky doesn't want to lend the money as she knows that Bet will never be able to pay it back. She asks for security but Bet has nothing. Vicky refuses to lend the money.


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  • TV Times synopsis: Vicky is put on the spot. Don and Gail meet to decide once and for all what is to become of Ivy’s house. Will there be an agreement?
  • Viewing Figures: UK broadcast - 16,940,000 viewers (2nd place - combined figure including repeat).
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