When the Boat Comes In: Season 3, Episode 2

A Tiger, a Lamb & a Basket... of Fruit (15 Sep. 1977)

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Jessie calls a family meeting to ensure that Matt and Tom are not arrested for their part in the demolition of Mandrake place. It ends in disagreements though Bill offers Dolly a job ... See full summary »

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Susan Jameson ...
James Garbutt ...
Jean Heywood ...
John Nightingale ...
Madelaine Newton ...
Dolly Seaton
Malcolm Terris ...
Rosalind Bailey ...
Sarah Lytton
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Geoffrey Rose ...
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Lois Baxter ...
Lady Caroline #2
Christopher Benjamin ...
Channing
Michael Dragone ...
Carr
Martin Duncan ...
Roddy
William Fox ...
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Jessie calls a family meeting to ensure that Matt and Tom are not arrested for their part in the demolition of Mandrake place. It ends in disagreements though Bill offers Dolly a job managing his new shop and Arthur tells Jack he knows that Jessie still carries a torch for him. Jack is beaten up by two thugs employed by Roddy. He gets his own back on one of them and then faces Roddy, telling him he will ensure he is sent to prison for being gay unless all charges are dropped. Written by don @ minifie-1

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