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Lilian thinks Peggy's looking tired and is concerned when she hears about Jack wandering off. Peggy says she'll talk to the doctor at Jack's next check-up but Lilian says she must ask for support from the family as well. Lilian then insists on picking Jack up from the day centre while Peggy puts her feet up and relaxes.

Lynda buttonholes Alan about putting on a Christmas concert at St Stephen's with the gospel choir she's recently reviewed. All she has to do now is fill the rest of the programme. Alan's delighted; it's just the kind of thing he wants the church used for.

Kathy anxiously waits to hear from her liaison officer and is shocked to discover that Taylor's pleading not guilty - and is reapplying for bail. Kathy worries about him coming to find her, but Lynda tries to reassure her; Taylor wouldn't do anything that might jeopardise his case. As Lynda's leaving, Kenton worries about the effect it's all going to have on Kathy. He angrily says that Taylor's as guilty as hell and is going to end up in jail, so why don't they stop wasting their time and leave him there to rot?

Episode written by Tim Stimpson.

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15 minutes

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Fri 23 Nov 2007 14:00

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