The House of Eliott

Season 3 Episode 2

Episode Twenty-Six

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Aired Unknown Jan 09, 1993 on BBC
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Episode Twenty-Six
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Jack and Bea stuggle to forgive past grievances. Meanwhile, Donald continues to pursue Bea. The sisters contempate Larry's business offer. Grace proves to be a difficult but imaginative apprentice. Evie begins to socialise with her and is introduced to an impressive illustrator, Miles. Madge's marriage problems continue to escalate and the appearance of her brother Gerry adds fuel to the fire. When Jack's new film script is rejected by numerous studios, he asks Bea's advice. Could an evening spent chatting and reminiscing lead to a reconcilliation for them?moreless

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    Carl Forgione

    Carl Forgione

    Simon Parker

    Guest Star

    Dean Williamson

    Dean Williamson

    Albert

    Guest Star

    Mike Savage

    Mike Savage

    Stan Butcher

    Guest Star

    Robert Hands

    Robert Hands

    Miles Bannister

    Recurring Role

    Ian Redford

    Ian Redford

    Larry Cotter

    Recurring Role

    Jamie Foreman

    Jamie Foreman

    Gerry Althorpe

    Recurring Role

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      • (Evie is curious about her sister's social life)
        Evie: I just thought, now Jack's home you...
        Bea: Evie, far too much water has flowed under that bridge. I just feel I have the right to see whom ever I choose. Don't you?

      • Bea: (Talking to Jack) We have vendeuse problems again.

      • (Charles describes his wife's gruesome demise)
        Grace: Your wife get killed did she? Well what happened?
        Madge: Miss Keeble!
        Charles: She stepped out from behind an omnibus and got hit by an on coming motor car. The trouble was that the car knocked her back into the path of the bus. Ran her over. And that was that.

      • (Evie's not too impressed by her dinner date)
        Evie: (Talking to Bea) What an evening. Honestly, you must meet this Larry Cotter...he must use about a pound of lavender pomade on his hair.

      • (Jack and Bea have a bit of a fracas in the restaurant)
        Jack : I'm not going to sit and fight with you.
        Bea : I'm not fighting with you. I'm merely explaining why I was disappointed when you didn't show up on the boat.
        Jack : Why on earth should I have done? You told me to go to Germany, what was that if not a rejection?
        Bea : Oh, don't be childish Jack. You told me to go to America, I didn't take that as a rejection. Why do you think I spent the night with you?
        Jack: (Shouting) I haven't a clue! All that I know is that you were obviously so ashamed of yourself you dared not face me next morning.
        Bea: Jack I appreciate the offer, but if you don't mind, I'll take a taxi, go home and have supper with Evie.( Rising to leave.)
        Jack : Now who's being childish?

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      • Madge explains that her brother Albert and her father have never seen eye to eye since the strike. She is alluding to the General Strike of 1926. It was called by the Trades Union Congress in an effort to force the government to take action and prevent wage reduction and improve working conditions for coal miners.

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