The House of Eliott

Season 2 Episode 2

Episode Fourteen

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Aired Unknown Sep 13, 1992 on BBC
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Evie returns from Paris determined to make the House of Eliott a commercial success. Newly weds Bea and Jack move in to his flat and begin a life of wedded bliss. However, their happness is disturbed by the arrival of one of Jack's old girlfriends who is intent on getting revenge for being rejected. Her duplicity has dire consequences for the House of Eliott. A sudden death results in financial worries for the business but a substantial inheritance for Evie. In the workroom, Florence continues to pressurise Tilly and makes her feel inept. In the park one lunch time, Tilly strikes up a new friendship.moreless

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    Pippa Haywood

    Pippa Haywood

    Clara Rhoades

    Guest Star

    Flip Webster

    Flip Webster

    Elsie Wyles

    Guest Star

    Suzie King

    Suzie King

    Nancy Grey

    Guest Star

    Michael Culver

    Michael Culver

    Ralph Saroyan

    Recurring Role

    Maggie Ollerenshaw

    Maggie Ollerenshaw

    Florence Ranby

    Recurring Role

    David de Keyser

    David de Keyser

    Sir Desmond Gillispie

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      • Beatrice: Just because I'm your wife doesn't mean I'm still your receptionist.
        Jack: You're not much of a cook either.

      • Beatrice:Jack Maddox, you have hidden depths of appalling sentimentality.
        Jack: So you don't want me to carry you over the threshold?
        Beatrice: No I don't! ...We'll see.

      • (Jack explains his near escape)
        Jack: Clara and I were engaged for a month before I came to my senses and realised that hell would come soon enough when I died, there was no need to marry into it… I nearly had to emigrate. Her father came looking for me with a horsewhip. He was livid. Well, I could understand, when he'd come that close to getting her off his hands…

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