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Fallon and Wayne are on their way back from a vintage record shop. Wayne's delighted to have found a particular record. Fallon wishes her band hadn't split, but without a guitarist they've got no chance.

Later, during the record night, Wayne says Fallon's too talented to give up on her dreams. Fallon appreciates Wayne's advice but she auditioned so many. No-one came close. Wayne thanks Fallon for his weekly gig. It's given him a purpose.

Jennifer calls in at Brookfield. Josh runs in, telling Jennifer he might be picked for the football team's away match on Saturday! David asks Jennifer if Alice found it hard when she went to college. They're worried about Pip. Jennifer says college is tough.

Jennifer arrives at the Lodge and Peggy bursts into tears. She tells Jennifer about last night. She just can't keep track of Jack anymore, and can't keep him caged up. And she's worried about the shop. Jennifer sends Peggy to bed, saying they'll talk later. When they do, Peggy says she can't look after Jack anymore. Jack needs to go into a home. She feels she's abandoning him, but she can't guarantee his safety anymore. Jennifer sympathetically says they'll start looking for one as soon as Peggy's ready.

Episode written by Nawal Gadalla.

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15 minutes

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Fri 9 Oct 2009 14:00

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