Albert dons a pinny and hoovers No.1 as Peter Barlow is coming to stay. Suzie attempts to bring Elsie out of herself and suggests a night on the town. Elsie is keen. The brewery launches a new house magazine called Over the Bar. The Rovers is chosen to be on the cover of the first magazine. Annie and Bet get dolled-up for the photographer. Peter arrives at No.1. Suzie feels off colour and calls off the night out. Elsie decides to go to the pictures on her own. The photographer, Norman Hill, tries to take relaxed shots but Annie insists on posing for him. Elsie has a rotten evening and takes a taxi home. She doesn't have enough money to pay the driver Ron Mather. He takes a cup of tea instead as payment.


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Notable dialogueEdit

Annie Walker: "I personally have never understood the connection between cleavage and good beer."

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