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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
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Monday 4th January 2010 Ep 1466

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It’s 3am and Jaggy calls Darren to borrow some money for his cab home. Later at the football pitch, Darren and the lads deliberately make as much noise as they can to annoy a hungover Jaggy. Jaggy doesn’t find this amusing telling Darren to grow up but Darren’s angry too, next time he can find someone else to bail him out.

Deepika charges into Sean’s bedroom to ask whether she’s got yellow goo in her hair, she was making a smoothie and forgot to put the lid on the blender. Sean pulls the duvet over him hoping she didn’t see anything! She says she’ll clear the kitchen up later.

Shazia is having a chat with Mary about stepping down from her seat at Westminster. Deepika arrives to buy raffle tickets, she’s wanting businesses to donate whatever they can at the New Year Event. She mentions Imran has already donated a day’s training with the Rangers squad. Mary tells Shazia she thinks Deepika turns it on for the boys, her and Imran looked very cosy on New Year’s Eve!

Jaggy gives Darren the money he owes him. Darren asks him if he played poker last night and notices Jaggy’s jumpy behaviour and gets even more suspicious when Jaggy ignores his phone ringing saying it’s no one important.

Episode written by Sonia Likhari

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