Episode 2

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Episode 2 of 3

Duration: 1 hour

As Jackie and Elaine deal with the fallout from their television appearance, Eddie Shannon, a local football star, could bring some much needed publicity for Candy Cabs when he asks the girls to provide the taxis for his wedding. Unfortunately the girls find themselves embroiled in a Wags scandal.

Jackie's romance blossoms with Tony but will she find out about his secrets at home? And while Dave stays away from home, Elaine gets a bit too close to his brother Alex.

Kenny Ho and his drivers plot to thwart the Candy's success. The dénouement of all their problems comes to a head in front of 15,000 fans at Eddie's wedding at the football stadium.

  • Ask the Candy Cabs ladies a question about the show

    Ask the Candy Cabs ladies a question about the show

    There has been a lot of love for the Candy Cabs ladies following episode one.

    Now the actresses behind the characters, Jo Joyner, Lisa Millett, Jodie Prenger, Melanie Hill, Claire Sweeney, Lu Corfield and Danielle Henry are here to answer your questions.

    So here is how you interview them...
  • Eddie Shannon Played By Ricky Whittle

    Eddie Shannon Played By Ricky Whittle

  • The Candy Cabs girls at Eddie's wedding at the football stadium

    The Candy Cabs girls at Eddie's wedding at the football stadium

  • BBC TV Blog: Lisa Millet's thoughts on Candy Cabs

    BBC TV Blog: Lisa Millet's thoughts on Candy Cabs

    "It's not just a girlie show; the male characters are brilliant too. Paul Kaye is exquisite as Dennis... It's the kind of show that blokes are made to watch, then end up loving."

    Read more of Lisa Millett's post on the BBC TV Blog

Credits

Jackie
Jo Joyner
Elaine
Lisa Millett
Tony
Paul Nicholls
Eddie Shannon
Ricky Whittle
Merv Monkford
John Henshaw
Stella
Melanie Hill
Amanda
Claire Sweeney
Diane
Jodie Prenger
Dave
Daniel Ryan
Barry
Tom Goodman Hill
Director
Minkie Spiro
Producer
John Rushton
Writer
Johanne McAndrew
Writer
Elliot Hope

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