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It’s o odd that fu­neral di­rec­tors have mov moved into Wal­ford only in time for Luc Lucy’s fu­neral; af­ter all, it had to have been the bur­geon­ing in­dus­try since day one (along with florists and sell­ers of e em­balm­ing fluid).

O On Mon­day Ian’s mak­ing fi­nal prep prepa­ra­tions, but when the time ar­rives for him to deliver Lucy’s fu­neral ‘ou ‘out­fit’, it’s all too much, and he flees. Wh Who can blame him; the clothes she wo wore when she was alive were enough to make m people run for cover.

T The big send-off takes place on Tu Tues­day (above) and Max has agreed to read the eu­logy; but will his guilty sec se­cret be re­vealed?

When Peter fal­ters car­ry­ing the co cof­fin, Max steps in (talk about hog­ging the lime­light), but a distraught Ian tells the con­gre­ga­tion Max was sleep­ing with Lucy.

Let’s hope the sausage rolls at the wake on Thurs­day are an im­prove­ment on the fu­neral — though if Ian’s do­ing the cater­ing I’m not op­ti­mistic.

Alas, the sombre event is dom­i­nated by a mul­ti­tude of fam­ily mem­bers drag­ging up the past and throw­ing about some up­set­ting ac­cu­sa­tions.

But where do the week’s rev­e­la­tions leave Max’s re­la­tion­ship with his daugh­ters? And will Libby, who’s back from Spain, per­suade Denise to go back with her? Oh, please! Adios Wal­ford.

Also on Fri­day, will there be a lit­tle light re­lief at Carol’s hen party? Don’t be daft. Didn’t you hear me? It’s Carol’s hen party.

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