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  • Episode 3220 (1st May 1991)
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  • Vera tells Mrs Maxwell-Glover that they can't take the jobs. Alf worries as the Gazette investigates the eviction threat. Curly worries that the photographer will want Raquel to pose nude. When Alf apologises, Ken accepts it. Mrs Maxwell-Glover's house is burgled and the police question the Duckworths. They think it's about the expenses and confess. Ken replaces the poster in his window. Det. Sgt. Richardson finds the story of the Duckworths' job very amusing. Alf glues a "vote Roberts" poster onto the outside of Ken's window, covering the "vote Barlow" one. Alf and Ken row in the Rovers and they start pushing each other. The Gazette reporter, Pete Waring, and his photographer are present and they take a photograph to Alf's horror.
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  • 3220
Previous
  • 1991-04-29
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Date
  • 1991-05-01
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NEXT
  • 1991-05-03
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Year
  • 1991
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  • Vera tells Mrs Maxwell-Glover that they can't take the jobs. Alf worries as the Gazette investigates the eviction threat. Curly worries that the photographer will want Raquel to pose nude. When Alf apologises, Ken accepts it. Mrs Maxwell-Glover's house is burgled and the police question the Duckworths. They think it's about the expenses and confess. Ken replaces the poster in his window. Det. Sgt. Richardson finds the story of the Duckworths' job very amusing. Alf glues a "vote Roberts" poster onto the outside of Ken's window, covering the "vote Barlow" one. Alf and Ken row in the Rovers and they start pushing each other. The Gazette reporter, Pete Waring, and his photographer are present and they take a photograph to Alf's horror.