Who is the mysterious "Mr. S" that Annette has been seeing? Fay, Julie and Diane are determined to find out.



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Episode credited cast:
Denyse Alexander ...
Mrs. Moorcroft
Mr. McCartney
Sarah Wilks
Alison Bettles ...
Paula Ann Bland ...
Mark Burdis ...
Christopher 'Stewpot' Stewart
Douglas Chamberlain ...
Julian Fairbrother
Nadia Chambers ...
Annette Firman
Mmoloki Chrystie ...
Kevin Baylon
Andrew Cornell ...
Larry Blythe
Michael Cronin ...
Dennis Edwards ...
Mr. Humphries
Karen Ford ...
Caroline Gruber ...
Miss Washington
Simon Heywood ...
Mr. Smart

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Romance is in the air. Who is Annette seeing? She won't tell, except that his name begins with 'S'. Miss Washington mentions that she has in mind a musical later in the term. Mr. Bronson shouts at Eric that he must be deaf as well as stupid, to be told that, yes, in fact he is partially deaf. Zammo's indifferent attitude towards Jackie seems to be pushing her to Banksie. Fay and Julie eavesdrop Annette talk to Mr. Smart about him being older - surely, it can't be him she is seeing?! After school, Annette chases off to see "Mr. S", and Fay and Annette run off in hot pursuit. Finally after running through some flats into a churchyard, the truth is revealed - Annette is in the arms of Stewpot! Written by Geffers

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