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not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Brookside is a British soap opera set in Liverpool, England. The series began on the launch night of Channel 4 on 2 November 1982, and ran for 21 years until 4 November 2003. Originally intended to be called 'Meadowcroft', the series was produced by Mersey Television and it was conceived by Phil Redmond who also devised Grange Hill (1978–2008) and Hollyoaks (1995–present).
Roger gets a shock when he goes to see Diane again. Bobby and Sheila plan their 25th wedding anniversary party.
Both Samantha and Val think a message Alan has left is for them. Sydney prepares to escort Heather, and Gizzmo is beaten up.
Sheila tries to set up an action committee. Barry tries to tempt Terry. Alan's bottom is bitten during a rugby match.
Barry and Terry's attempts to store their knock-off jeans are continually thwarted. Alan discovers who bit his bottom. The residents meet their new neighbours - Edna and Harry Cross.
While Heather visits her parents in Belfast, Roger returns to the Close and almost burns her house down.
Heather talks to Will about her marriage, and prepares for life on her own. Annabelle takes Sheila for a driving lesson.
Annabelle gets carried away, Sheila joins the picket line, and Barry and Terry discover that some of their jeans have gone missing.
Sheila is disappointed when the newspaper coverage of the pocket line is dominated by Samantha. Terry and Barry are not the only ones selling jeans....
Sheila is invited to appear on television, and George buys Paul's cardigan at the bring and buy sale.
Sydney takes Heather and Roger out for the day in an attempt to reconcile them. Sheila puts forward strong arguments in her interview, but returns home to bad news.
Bobby tries to negotiate a fair settlement, Barry and Terry need some Cable, and Marie's washing machine needs to be repaired.
The Jacksons' bonfire has some suprising contents. Marie finds that her kitchen is full of water. Mike tells Karen that he is joining the army.
Harry and Edna move in. While Harry tells Paul about his boxing medals, Mark steals them - but Damon and Gizzmo are blamed.
Paul and Heather see Gizzmo being beaten up by his brother. Damon fights with Mark, and wins, but Bobby tells him off.
When Harry's attention is diverted, Damon and Gizzmo start moving his Gnomes around. Barry helps Samantha retrieve a valuable disk Alan has accidentally dropped behind a cabinet, but then she spills coffee on it.
Barry works on Bobby's car. Gordon and Mark go to a recordign studio to hand in their demo tape. Gordon asks the receptionist for a date, but she turns him down.
Sheila and Karen go out to play some bingo and Karen ends up winning £75. Alan continues his search for the missing disk and cannot help but blame Gordon when it eventually turns up damaged.
When Karen arrives home late with Mike, Bobby decides to throw him out. Karen and Bobby then have an argument over whether or not it is appropriate for her to give away the bingo winnings.
Paul tries to pacify Jack when he discovers that Gordon is the person who has the stolen drum-box. It seems that everyone on the Close is having a little trouble with their vehicles.
Barry and Terry go to the beach to burn the Jaguar, but discover that they do not have quite enough petrol. When they return with some, they find that the car is sinking into the sand.
Marie decides to contact Petra by putting an ad in the paper. Heather is invited to the firms annual dinner with Roger and feels that she can't tell her boss that her marriage has broken up.
When Alan refuses to tell Harry why he has dug a pit, he starts to fill it in. Heather spends a day at Mr Johnston's printing firm in Billinge and agrees to let Polly come and stay with her.
Harry discovers that some of his Gnomes are up Alan's Christmas tree, and that his is the only garden without a sapling. Marie and Michelle face a gruesome task, Heather and Polly gain a third lodger.
Polly and Sydney disturb Heather when she has more than enough work to do at home. Harry is asked to dress up as Father Christmas, and Samantha returns home a little earlier than expected.
As Christmas approaches, Heather battles to save her client's business, Marie receives news that George has been injured and taken to hospital, Bobby and Matty deliver Christmas hampers, and Barry and Terry try to sell dodgy perfume.
Heather dashes back to Ireland, Marie and Michelle discover that Petra has sent them a Christmas card, and Terry discovers a more profitable use for their perfume.
Having Lucy home for Christmas doesn't improve Annabelle's mood, but can she be persuaded to see a doctor? Mike hears a few tales when he returns home on leave from the Army.
The Collins family have a party on New Year's Eve, but Gordon is out getting drunk elsewhere. Mike comes to visit Karen, but ends up playing cards with Barry and Terry.
Harry loses his underwear. Annabelle goes to the doctor. The Huntingtons' burglar alarm goes off again.
The long johns thief is exposed. Sheila decides to set up an agency, and, after an argument with Marie, vows never to speak to her again.
Annabelle and Marie clean Heather's house. Samantha asks Alan to marry her. Paul has more problems with Skelly.
Annabelle wants to have her hair done in case she is invited to Alan's wedding, but her telephone isn't working. Paul discusses how the YTS scheme is progressing with his boss.
When Alan hears that his mother is on the way to visit him, his extensive preparations include convincing Samantha to move out of the bungalow for a few days.
Molly finally meets Samantha, whose boss gives her something to think about as her wedding day approaches. Paul tells Annabelle that their medical insurance has lapsed. Marie and George can now go home - but do they want to?
Marie tries to convince George that they should continue to live at Petra's. It's Alan and Samantha's wedding day, but not quite everything goes according to plan.
Molly believes that Alan has been taken for a mug, and tries to dispose of his photo of Samantha. Marie and Michelle are at loggerheads over who should stay on at number 10, but then they have an unexpected visitor bringing bad news.
Barry has to decide whether he should go to Petra's funeral. Alan discovers that Molly has fed his muesli to the birds. Harry finds a betting slip in Edna's purse.
Harry prepares for a visit from his son, but he doesn't know that Kevin has told Edna he is living with a married woman and her daughter. When Mrs O'Rourke tells Marie it is what Petra wants, she and George move back to the Close.
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