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Programme Information
 The final Silver Street episode was broadcast on Fri 26 Mar 2010 and the final omnibus on Sun 28 Mar 2010
Episode Synopsis
Wednesday 16th December 2009  Ep 1453

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Rozena’s aware that something is clearly wrong with Nadia so when she enters Jilani Fashions wanting to work, Rozena tells her to go home and rest. Nadia bursts into tears but won’t reveal the reason why, she just needs to be keep things going, in that way, maybe things will go back to normal.

Jodie’s on the phone to a supplier until Sway walks in. Jodie’s pleased everything is out in the open now and if he wants to go and see Nadia, she’ll understand. They didn’t mean to hurt Nadia and Kuljit and what they need to remember is why they did it. Sway tells Jodie it’s worth it and suggests an evening in with a bottle of wine.

At the bar, Darren introduces Jaggy to Cyrus. Jaggy’s really keen on making money from them high paid lads. As they drink champagne, Jaggy reminisces, he was so close to living this lifestyle. Darren reminds him, he could be a millionaire if he plays his cards right at the poker game.

Sway bumps into Rozena at Jilani Stores who thinks the bottle of wine in his hand is for Nadia who needs cheering up. Sway tells Rozena that he and Nadia have broken up and he’s now with Jodie. Rozena is not impressed. Later, Nadia leaves Sway a phone message telling him she misses him and begs him to come back and give her another chance.

Episode written by Gurpreet Bhatti

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