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14/08/2008

Duration:
15 minutes
First broadcast:
Thursday 14 August 2008

Pat warns Brian that William's talking of resigning. Brian's annoyed but Pat pleads with him to think about Will's circumstances and not to close the door on Will completely. Jennifer has a great day at the dig but Brian's not really interested. His mind's on Pat's news, which has struck a nerve. He puts in a call to see if he can get Will a job elsewhere.

News that Marjorie has passed away is spreading fast. Susan's letting people know that the funeral's next Thursday. She also proudly tells Jennifer about Christopher's diploma ceremony.

Alice is getting ready for a big night out at a new club. Chris is going out to celebrate his diploma - he's also going to the new club. They are both let down by their friends and end up in each other's company. Alice gets more and more drunk, and more and more flirtatious. She starts to feel ill, so Chris phones for a taxi. While they wait, Alice kisses him and says she fancies him. Chris frees himself reluctantly and tells her she's wrecked. Kissing him again, Alice replies that he's fit.

Episode written by Mary Cutler.

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