Now living apart from Rita Ted takes Liz to the Anglers' Club Christmas ball where everybody tries to persuade him to go back to his wife. Neville arrives dressed as Henry VIII,having lost ... See full summary »

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Now living apart from Rita Ted takes Liz to the Anglers' Club Christmas ball where everybody tries to persuade him to go back to his wife. Neville arrives dressed as Henry VIII,having lost his way to a fancy dress party and Rodney,his crisis of conscience having passed,offers Elvis a job at the chicken factory. Both Rita and Laurence turn up and Rita's rendition of a Christmas carol shows how popular she is with everybody,finally leaving with Laurence. Furthermore Ted is accused of cheating in order to win the Wisbech fishing contest and is forced to resign as club chairman. All the guests leave early and he admits to Liz that the evening has been a total disaster. Written by don @ minifie-1

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27 January 1989 (UK)  »

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Liz Rodenhurst: I must say, Rita, it wasn't exactly tactful to come tonight.
Rita Simcock: That's why I came.
Liz Rodenhurst: How nasty.
Rita Simcock: I'd hardly describe it as nice to steal my husband and have his baby.
Liz Rodenhurst: I wouldn't exactly describe taking things that turn up on one's doorstep as "stealing".
Rita Simcock: I feel that events have forced us to become enemies. What a pity we couldn't have got to know each other better under happier circumstances. Then we could have been enemies of our own free will.
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Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
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Music by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
Hymn by Charles Wesley
Performed by Gwen Taylor
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