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Ruth's not too happy to make Bevis's acquaintance, and has no intention of him being their best man. Her decision that she wants a church wedding astounds both Kenny and Ray. Robyn has a chat with her dad about Mary, and tries to break some of his prejudice against Mary. Mrs Keele agrees to having a school charter, and Justine is tasked with collecting ideas. Mrs. Mason tells Mr. Parrott that she strongly suspects people at the Travellers' site of being responsible for the robbery. Mick and Barry threaten Gary in order to persuade him to do their GCSE Art homework. They produce some excellent drawings of themselves, but Mr. Brisley is no fool, who gets them to work alone. Barry's effort is clearly hopeless, and Mick has drawn a pansy: he explains it is a picture of Mr. Brisley. Mr. Brisley makes it clear that Mick's attitude won't be tolerated, and puts him in a week's detention. After school Mick is determined to get back at the teacher. Dudley does more of his Parrot jokes against the similarly named form teacher, who loses patience and incorrectly blames Lauren for the second time. Instead of making Dudley own up, the class decide they'll use the new charter to stop Mr. Parrott picking on Lauren and enlist Mrs. Monroe's support. Unfortunately, she's off sick, and Mr. Parrott takes her class. The first thing he sees is a note being passed to Lauren, and she is hauled out of the class, and Mr. Mackenzie is fetched. The more experienced teacher restores order easily, but there's resentment brewing. Dennis almost persuades Lucy to go out with him, but this time its she who cancels, remembering that there is football practice. Mary goes to have tea around Robyn's house, and Mr. Stone apologizes to Mary for his previous intolerance. Ray goes with Justine to try to find Ruth's uncle, to drop some patterns off for the wedding dress. They get off at the bus stop, and notice a pub they've not used before. Ray explains it's a gay bar. Mrs. Keele walks past the notice-board where the school charter suggestions have been accumulating - along side is pinned a petition signed by about 30 people to have Mr. Parrott sacked. After returning from Ruth's uncle, Ray and Justine argue as they again walk past the pub they passed before. A car pulls up, and the occupants walk towards the building - Justine and Ray are surprised to note that one of them is Mr. Brisley...
Ruth insists on a church wedding, Lauren again gets the blame for Dudley's joke against Mr. Parrott, and Justine and Ray make a surprising discovery about Mr. Brisley.
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