Boon

Season 3 Episode 1

Credit Where Credit is Due

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Aired Daily 8:00 PM Oct 27, 1987 on ITV
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Credit Where Credit is Due
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Ken and Rocky deliver packages containing chemicals to a couple of Irishmen, Norman and Barry, at a farm out in the country. After Rocky sees a warning in the paper about terrorists in Birmingham, he suspects that he is carrying raw materials for making bombs and that the Irishmen are IRA bombers. He calls the bomb squad who blow up one of his panniers (after Rocky has hastily retrieved his bike) and the street is showered with fake credit cards. Harry has employed an artist, Davida Duff, to paint a picture of the Coaching Inn. Ken thinks there is something fishy about her but Harry won't listen. When he takes her out to dinner, she borrows his American Express card and forges it. Eventually Norman, Barry and Davida are arrested by the police who are investigating the credit card forgery. Debbie falls madly in love with a French chef, Maurice, who has started working at the Coaching Inn. He asks her to marry him. However the police arrest him for bigamy with other girls in similar situations. And he isn't even French: his real name is Billy Clutterbuck and he comes from Wolverhampton! When Harry unveils Davida's painting of the Coaching Inn, he is embarrassed to discover that all the people that she has painted at the windows are nude!moreless

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David Daker

David Daker

Harry Crawford

Rachel Davies

Rachel Davies

Doreen Evans (Season 1)

Brigit Forsyth

Brigit Forsyth

Helen Yeldham (Season 5)

Elizabeth Carling

Elizabeth Carling

Laura Marsh (Season 5-7)

Michael Elphick

Michael Elphick

Ken Boon

Amanda Burton

Amanda Burton

Margaret Daly (Season 4)

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