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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
Tuesday 22nd December 2009  Ep 1457

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Shirley is ecstatic to see Sway but is disappointed that Kuljit isn’t with him. Sway tells Shirley everything straightaway. Shirley’s annoyed, he and Kuljit are supposed to like brothers; they are best friends. Sway says he couldn’t help who he fell in love with but Shirley believes he could have been honest. Sway says that is something he will have to live with for the rest of his life but he really loves Jodie.

Imran knocks on Nadia’s door. He’s noticed some of the garments have been priced up wrong. Nadia apologises for her mistake, blaming herself for being so stupid. Imran orders her to have some sleep, he can take over for the time being.

Nadia leaves another voicemail for Sway and then rings Zak to tell him she misses him. He senses something isn’t right when Nadia says she’ll be having a quiet Christmas at home but she hangs up saying she’s busy at work before he can say anymore.

Shirley rings Kuljit and lies saying her and Gramps will be alone for Christmas, she’s cooking his favourites, can’t he come down? Kuljit is reluctant but she makes him feel guilty so he agrees. She then tells Sway that she’s not letting Kuljit spend Christmas moping around on his own and besides they can have a chance to put things right between them.

Episode written by Gurpreet Bhatti

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