The Pallisers

Season 1 Episode 22

Part Twenty-two

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Aired Unknown Jun 15, 1974 on BBC Two
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We come in on the Lopez's honeymoon in Rome. At the same time Silverbridge and Tregear are in Venice where they meet Lady Mabel Grex and Miss Cassewary. Ferdinand begins to show his true colours as he presses Emily for money. Her father comes through and Lopez thinks that he now has free access to all her father's wealth. Plantagenet rebels and asks that no more people be invited to Gatherum. Reluctantly at first, Glencora agrees. Lopez returns to find that his ready seat in Parliament is not so ready. In fact, he gets trounced as the seat goes to the Conservatives. Once again he turns to Mr. Wharton for money, and receives it. He then tries to get more money from the Duke, who feels duty bound to pay it. The Duke is aware that this will be open to the most base of interpretations, but his love for Glencora obligates him to pay. Silverbridge's family visit him in Venice where Mary and Frank are thrown together again. All of Lopez's business ventures are failing. He hopes that Emily's pregnancy will cause her father to open his purse much wider than he has so far. This time Mr. Wharton refuses and throws him out of his office. As this episode ends Lopez, now motivated by vengeance as well as need, turns to the 'People's Banner' to sell his story, very cheaply as it turns out.moreless

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Brewster Mason

Brewster Mason

Abel Wharton

Guest Star

Brian Tully

Brian Tully

Mr. Sprout

Guest Star

Josie Kidd

Josie Kidd

Miss Cassewary

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Anna Carteret

Anna Carteret

Lady Mabel Grex

Recurring Role

Maurice Quick

Maurice Quick

Collingwood

Recurring Role

Clifford Rose

Clifford Rose

Quintus Slide

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