Family Affairs

Season 9 Episode 22

Episode 2047

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Aired Weekdays 6:30 PM Feb 01, 2005 on Channel Five
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Babs is a little put out when Adam tries to help her re-live her youth by arranging tickets for a 70s night and buying her a "best of the 70s" album! Babs confesses to Tanya that she was drunk when she told Adam about what she got up to in the 70s, in fact she spent most of the time changing Tanya's nappies! Everyone around Katie is trying to make her feel guilty about what she did to Jake and she tells Alex that Conrad has barely spoken to her since. Katie tries to remind people that Jake did in fact cheat on her but no one can make her see the error of her ways . . . Lucy stands up for Jake but ends up just getting a mouthful from Katie. Later, Jake thanks Lucy and lets her know that he's still interested in her but Lucy tells Jake that wouldn't be fair on Olly . . . Following his arrest, Justin is released on bail. He and Kelly spend much of the day worried about what will happen next to him and to Suzie. Meanwhile, Doug heads back to Florida to see his mum with Justin's reassurance that he'll be fine without him. As Doug leaves, he gives Justin an envelope to get to the bank. Justin takes the envelope but gets distracted in conversation with Les and Denise and then Olly. Distracted, Justin leaves the money next to where he was talking to Olly. When Justin's gone, Olly notices the bag and thinks that maybe finding this money could be to his advantage and when Justin asks if Olly's saw the money anywhere, Olly lies and then calls Darren to let him know that he's got his money. However, Olly sees Lucy who comments that she feels so bad for Justin and Kelly right now . . . she goes on and Olly's conscience just can't seem to let him go through with giving Darren the money and so he hands it back to Justin. Darren isn't happy though and tells Olly that since he can't come up with the money, he'll have to find them "a job"! Olly begs Darren but he can see that this is his last chance. Olly goes to the Swan and seeing how much money is changing hands he gets an idea. Remembering that Lucy has the code to the alarm in her diary, Olly memorizes it and tells Darren. Darren isn't impressed that Olly has thought so little about this and says he'll think about it . . . Meanwhile, Justin and Kelly get more bad news. Sue tells them that having taken into account Suzie's injuries and the fact that the police seem to pressing charges against Justin, social services don't have a choice but to take Suzie into care . . .moreless

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