Episode 3931
Episode 3931 (6th November 1995)
Production code P694/2931
ITV transmission date 6th November 1995 (Monday)
Story associates Marina O'Loughlin
Marvin Close
David Millard
Anne Harris
Writer Frank Cottrell Boyce
Designer Christopher Walker
Director Penelope Shales
Executive Producer Carolyn Reynolds
Producer Sue Pritchard
Previous episode 3rd November 1995
Next episode 8th November 1995


Vera cooks hotpot, adamant that hers will be as good as Betty's. Vicky asks Steve to be more domesticated around the flat. Raquel is pleased when Curly tells her that Leo has been sacked. Everyone is surprised when Vera's hotpot is a success. Liz tells Jim she's sick of the way he makes her lose things, like The Queens. She feels that he's always dragging her down. Raquel is horrified when Leo turns up and accuses her of getting him the sack. He tells her that he'll take her to court and everyone will see she's really just a walking wonder-bra. She snaps and tells him that she's worth ten of him. She throws things at him, venting her anger and he runs off. Ken is bored when entertaining Denise's sister Alison Dunkley and her accountant husband Brian. Fred offers Jack a good deal on his pies. Vicky is amazed to find the flat clean and that Steve has hired a cleaner. Vera is exhausted after serving all day and horrified when Jack discovers they only made £4.50 profit on the food. Jack encourages her and assures her everything will be okay in the end.


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  • TV Times synopsis: Leo's back and he's intent on revenge.
  • Viewing Figures: UK broadcast - 17,850,000 viewers (3rd place - combined figure including repeat).
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