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"Last Tango in Halifax" Episode #1.5 (TV Episode 2012) - Plot Summary Poster

(TV Series)

(2012)

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  • On the eve of the birthdays of Caroline and Gillian,born on the same day,Alan tells Celia he feels guilty because,although Gillian's husband Eddie killed himself,Alan colluded with his daughter in failing to call the ambulance,letting him die. This is the reason Robbie believes Gillian killed Eddie though when Robbie returns Raff to live with his mother he asks Gillian on a date. Caroline decides to go public about her relationship with Kate but,whilst elder son William is happy for her,John - seeing that Caroline plans to move Kate into the house in his place - is anything but and tells Celia about the affair. Caroline herself spends her birthday at casualty after a drunken Judith has visited and injured herself.

    - Written by don @ minifie-1
  • Celia and Alan are still making plans for their wedding and Alan has something important to tell her about the death of his son-in-law. They have lunch with Alan's friends Maurice and Harry - his regular Tuesday outing - and both are out to become his best man. Celia is a bit miffed at her daughter who is too busy to help her out. Alan surprises Gillian with a used Land Rover for her birthday. After a hectic and stressful few days, Caroline returns to work and informs Kate that she wishes to pursue a relationship. She also tells John Kate will be moving into the house and that she wants a divorce. Gillian and Caroline learn that they're the same age and were born on the same day. Caroline has Kate over for dinner and her eldest is quite alright with their relationship. Unfortunately Judith shows up drunk which leads to a trip to the emergency room.

    - Written by garykmcd

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