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13 minutes
First broadcast:
Monday 10 June 2013

A Connecticut businessman called Tring has traced his family back to Ambridge. He's been in touch with Jennifer about the church organ after seeing the village website. Jennifer's hopeful for a donation and wonders if he's related to Zebedee.

Jennifer has car trouble, and phones roadside recovery. Jim stops to help and Jennifer reluctantly agrees to let him wait with her. His flattery soon breaks the ice, and he eventually sees her safely back home. Jennifer explains to a bemused Brian that you can't hold a grudge forever in a place the size of Ambridge.

Jolene tries to console Lilian, who can't bear to think of Paul dying alone. She worries that the stress of their relationship brought on his heart attack. Jolene points out it could have struck at any time, and reminds her of Sid. Lilian still can't believe she'll never see Paul again.

Jim tells Christine that a phone call from Glen while waiting with Jennifer led Jennifer to believe he regrets satirising Brian, even though he doesn't. The door is still open for him to write occasional articles in the future. He enjoyed his foray into journalism, in spite of its ups and downs and having to deal with the vacuous Glen.


Vanessa Whitburn


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