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Episode #4.10 

Nellie continues to feel guilty over her friendship with Derek but keeps it to herself whilst Joey gives Roxy some money to help her out. Adrian decides to give Billy a lesson in diplomacy ... See full summary »

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Robin Nash

Writer:

Carla Lane
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jean Boht Jean Boht ... Nellie Boswell
Giles Watling Giles Watling ... Oswald
Peter Byrne Peter Byrne ... Derek
Peter Howitt ... Joey Boswell
Joanna Phillips-Lane Joanna Phillips-Lane ... Roxy
Bryan Murray ... Shifty Boswell
Rita Tushingham ... Celia Higgins
Kenneth Waller Kenneth Waller ... Grandad
Nick Conway Nick Conway ... Billy Boswell
Gilly Coman Gilly Coman ... Aveline Boswell
Jonathon Morris ... Adrian Boswell
Pamela Power Pamela Power ... Martina
Hilary Crowson Hilary Crowson ... Julie
Eileen Pollock Eileen Pollock ... Lilo Lill
Ronald Forfar Ronald Forfar ... Freddie Boswell
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Nellie continues to feel guilty over her friendship with Derek but keeps it to herself whilst Joey gives Roxy some money to help her out. Adrian decides to give Billy a lesson in diplomacy at the DHSS in order to charm the fearsome Martina but his technique is no more productive than Billy's. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Great ending.
2 February 2020 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

Nellie's friendship with Derek begins to progress, she tries to keep things together as members of the family seem to be falling apart.

There is so much depth to the characters, even Oswald attempts to explain his motivations for dumping Aveline. Joey is clearly tormented by his former love Roxy, it's a credit to the writing that the characters are so lovable.

Favourite scene has to be the river cruise, the scene where Nellie and Derek glide past Freddie and Lilo Lill was hilarious. Julie is back to being a real pain.

We are definitely missing Jack, but McGuire has always been a slight after actor.

8/10


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UK

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English

Release Date:

20 November 1988 (UK) See more »

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England, UK

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