"They probably think the same as you'd have thought if it'd been someone else"
Some nice stuff here.Don remains likable despite being the antagonist, mainly thanks to Norman Coburn's always three-dimensional performance. His seeing through Bobby's attempts to hide the poster and subsequent discomfort when Horton praises it, his ironic laughter when Lynn admits who's organising the dance coupled with Bobby desperately trying to convince him otherwise and his reaction to an exploding stack of home brew at the end can't fail to raise a smile.There's also some nice material between Carly, Lynn and Bobby.Steven failing to ask out Sandra, and then actually asking her out, are both sweet moments.
Meanwhile, Celia gets a bit of focus with Ailsa filling in her back story and explaining just why she's the town spinster.Alf and Barnett can't help teasing her but her and Barnett's friendship helps give the latter a bit more depth.
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