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 The final Silver Street episode was broadcast on Fri 26 Mar 2010 and the final omnibus on Sun 28 Mar 2010
Episode Synopsis
Thursday 18th June 2009  Ep 1324

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Bibi and Karim make plans for Jungli and Nabila’s engagement, sure that everything went perfectly. Bibi is a bit annoyed though when Karim implies that Chunky is not good enough for Lubna.

Jungli’s using Jas’s invitation to crash the executive dating dinner on the boat. He tells Chunky to keep quiet about it. Their mum is still on his back about Nabila. Maybe she’ll settle for Chunky once she knows he’s not interested? Chunky’s still furious with Jungli about muscling in on Nabila and says he wouldn’t touch her now. Jungli doesn’t care, he’s set his sights on Jas. Chunky can’t believe his ears when he hears this bit of news.

Jungli arrives to see Jas chatting to another guy and quickly moves in to break them up. Then the organiser calls everyone to sit down for dinner. During dinner the men move around the table spending time with each girl until finally Jungli gets his turn with Jas. Despite herself Jas is enjoying his company when a commotion breaks out. Chunky is trying to crash the event. He forces his way on board and tells all the diners loudly about Jungli’s fake degree he bought off the internet. His brother is a fraud! Jungli’s livid and launches himself at Chunky, pushing him overboard into the smelly canal!
 
Episode written by Sonia Likhari

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