Series 2, Episode 5 - Keep Off The Grass
During a a visit to the pub, Sharon and Tracey spot a familiar face, Vinny Hutchins, fresh out of prison.
Dorien s worried that toyboy Luke will have to move north as his kitchen showroom is being threatened with closure if sales don't improve. Dorien asks Tracey to buy a kitchen.
After leaving the pub Sharon and Tracey spot Vinny pulling up in a and racing to another, they then find out that he has been on a job. Sharon says that they can't grass on him but Tracey thinks he should pay his debt to society like Darryl.
During a visit, Chris tells Sharon that Vinny knocks his wife about, Darryl tells Tracey that no one should grass. At home they have bot changed their minds and argue about whether to call the police and claim the £10,000 reward money.
While watching a local crime bulletin, Dorien recognises the man in the CCTV footage as the same one from the pub. She questions the girls about him, they admit they haven't called the police yet.
Just as the girls decide to call the police anonymously and waive the £10,000, Dorien takes matters into her own hands and claims the reward money.
Dorien uses the money to buy a kitchen from Luke.
- Thursday 4th October 1990
- BBC One
- 30 minutes
Cast & crew
|Pauline Quirke||Sharon Theodopolopodous|
|Linda Robson||Tracey Stubbs|
|Lesley Joseph||Dorien Green|
|Peter Polycarpou||Chris Theodopolopodous|
|Alun Lewis||Darryl Stubbs|
|Michael Cassidy||Vinny Hutchins|
|Allan McKeown||Executive Producer|
|Michael Pilsworth||Executive Producer|
|Kenneth Sharp (as Ken Sharp)||Production Designer|