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15 minutes
First broadcast:
Tuesday 03 November 2009

Mike still has lots of wood to collect for the bonfire. Vicky offers to make the guy, with Phoebe's help. Searching Mike's clothes for a guy costume, Vicky's keen to ditch a lot of it. She wants Mike to be smart. Maybe they can go clothes shopping soon?

Pat informs Peggy that the community shop idea's on the parish council agenda. Usha's already agreed to be on a committee. Peggy says Susan should be too. Pat thinks this could be awkward, if they had to make her redundant.

Mike asks David for help with bonfire wood. Clarrie appears. Eddie might be able to help too. Some country clothing catalogues have come to Brookfield for Joe. Clarrie apologises, but says she's got something else to apologise for, too.

Inside Brookfield, Ruth says she didn't notice the teapot's absence. Clarrie feels awful, but Ruth tells her she's done them a favour - she hated it! Eddie appears with the perfectly mended teapot. Ruth tells them both it's fantastic. Later, Eddie tells Clarrie the teapot mending was expensive, but he felt he had to pay, as David and Ruth have been good to them. Clarrie says he did the right thing, for once, and she's very proud of him.

Episode written by Adrian Flynn.


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