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Ed and Mike are on a roll with the new business. They've been to the farm in Wales and feel very positive about buying in the new cows. They discuss which villages they should target with the new milk round. Mike thinks Downham and Fawcett Magna might be the place to start. They decide to go down to the Bull for a pint.

At the pub, Jazzer is still behaving in an uncharacteristic way - smoking and drinking less and even refusing a pint proffered by Wayne. Fallon's very cheerful, because new guitarist Rollo has fixed up a couple of good gigs before Christmas. One of them is at the Tram Shed in Felpersham. Jazzer reckons it's a bit rough there and she'll need a good roadie to look after her. Wayne has some good news of his own - his girlfriend Emmy has decided to take him back. Fallon is pleased for him.

Will comes in, angry because he thinks Ed has deliberately blocked him in, in the car park. Ed is
needled, and a row develops. To everyone's amazement, Jazzer steps in and smoothes it all over, taking Ed's keys and going out with Will to move the car.

Episode written by Caroline Harrington.

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15 minutes

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Tue 27 Oct 2009 14:00

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