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Denise and Dave's wedding day finally arrives. The menfolk are in the kitchen, Jim practising his speech, Twiggy offering to sell knock-off tracksuits at the reception, and Antony being ... See full summary »

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Denise and Dave's wedding day finally arrives. The menfolk are in the kitchen, Jim practising his speech, Twiggy offering to sell knock-off tracksuits at the reception, and Antony being teased about his new haircut. Nana is put out because nobody will take her home for her comfortable shoes, but she does have thirty-six films in her camera, whilst Antony is hoping to move into Denise's room when she moves out. Alone in the house after the others have left for the church, Jim is uncharacteristically tender in assuaging Denise's nerves. Written by don @ minifie-1

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19 October 1998 (UK)  »

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When Jim is in the living room he offers everyone a drink of whisky. He pours himself a drink into a blue and yellow hooped mug, but when the shot changes angle the mug has disappeared from his hand. See more »

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Norma Speakman: Is this hat too far forward?
Jim Royle: No, we can still see your face. I'm only jokin' Norma.
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Here We Go
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Sung by Ricky Tomlinson, Craig Cash and Geoffrey Hughes
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