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Summary[]

Frank, Mo and Pat are consumed with worry. The search for Janine continues into the early hours of the morning. David and Ruth want to get married.

Rod learns Janine is missing and gathers some of his friends to use hippie rituals in an attempt to find her. Diane points out to Frank and Pat that Janine has taken a poster off of her wall. Ashraf joins the search for Janine. Dot is shaken by Janine's disappearance. Trevor has a break down, feeling guilty.

David and Ruth return from a weekend away in London.

Frank learns they are going to drag the canal.

David wants Ruth to marry him. Ruth tells Doctor Legg she wants to marry him, but wants him to move back to Israel with her.

Pat gets emotionally overwhelmed as the gravity of the situation becomes apparent.

Julie tells Paul that he needs to get Diane to stop badgering her.

Ethel talks to Dot about a special pensioners' holiday in Clacton-on-Sea which she wants her to join her on.

Diane tells Frank that Janine told her she was "going to live on her own". They find her on Marsh Road in an old caravan. Frank takes Janine back to the Vic and puts her to bed. Pat tells Frank they have to get out of the Vic as soon as possible and move into the B&B.

Ruth tells David she will give London another week before deciding whether or not to live there once they have married.

Credits[]

Main cast[]

Guest cast[]

Locations[]

  • Albert Square
  • The Queen Victoria - Public and upstairs flat
  • 1B Albert Square - Living room
  • Frank's Autos
  • Launderette
  • Café Osman
  • Julie's
  • Turpin Way
  • Marsh Road

Notes[]

  • Radio Times synopsis: 'I daren't tell the women, but they're going to drag the canal.'
  • Viewing Figures: UK broadcast - 16,060,000 viewers (chart placing unknown).
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