Jolene plans to join Kenton on a trip to the Websterbridge wholesalers on Tuesday. They're keen to snap up a one day only promotion. Meanwhile, Clarrie speculates on the upcoming race night. Joe's hoping it'll bring in some money for the British Legion. Robert and Clarrie discuss the Panto rehearsals, agreeing it's a shame Fallon can't do it. Jolene finds a way for her to be involved though, suggesting Fallon records a backing track.
Discussing Peggy's birthday tea on Saturday, Pat reassures Peggy it'll be a simple affair. Peggy's impressed by Tom's new energy efficiency drive. She also reveals all about her war time friend Conn. She considers how things have changed. Having recently made contact, Conn was gracious to ask about Jack. This in contrast to when the men first met all those years ago.
As Robert 'impresses' Lynda with his panto sound effects, Lynda notes that Harry's the only cast member who stays behind to tidy up after rehearsal. Alone together, Lynda opens up about her childhood. Acting in her first infant show helped her combat shyness. Harry can see how much the panto means to Lynda, and has an idea to help things along.