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Please, wake me up when it’s over. Whit­ney and Lee never got to en­joy a hon­ey­moon pe­riod fol­low­ing their mar­riage be­cause they went straight into the helly­moon pe­riod. As the cou­ple pre­pare to face their first Valen­tine’s Day (pic­tured), will they be able to put their dif­fer­ences aside, or is this the be­gin­ning of the end (although, in all fair­ness, their whole courtship and mar­riage has been the be­gin­ning of the end)? While Whit­ney con­fides in Lau­ren, Lee turns to Mick (Lau­ren and Mick be­ing the Lau­rel and Hardy of re­la­tion­ship ad­vice) but will there be tears? And in an­other Valen­tine’s Day dis­as­ter, wait un­til you see what Ian buys Jane. Shirley and Johnny are pre­par­ing for the next themed event at the Vic – Pol­ish Night – and en­list the help of Kon­rad, the owner of a lo­cal store.

Wal­ford res­i­dents have been strangely re­miss in en­list­ing their East­ern brethren’s un­doubted skills. When En­vi­ron­men­tal Health turn up af­ter re­ports of food poi­son­ing, will Pol­ish Night be doomed, or can we ex­pect Poland’s en­try to the Euro­vi­sion Song Con­test to save the day (a girl can dream)?

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