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DOU­BLE OR QUITS? The big day ar­rives for the Con­nor men, both of whom, for rea­sons only they un­der­stand, have de­cided to marry women with psy­chotic ten­den­cies. You can’t help feel­ing that if they’d gone into the cen­tre of Manch­ester for just one night, they’d have en­joyed greater pick­ings. But there you go – each to his own.

For another rea­son only he will un­der­stand, Ai­dan chooses this of all days to con­fess his adul­tery. With Maria (pic­tured, cen­tre, with the brides and grooms) turn­ing up at the venue, de­nounc­ing the cer­e­mony as a sham ( yet another woman with psy--

chotic ten­den­cies – no sur­prise it’s mostly guys writ­ing this stuff), will she man­age to call a halt to the pro­ceed­ings? Will Eva still want to go ahead? And will Johnny and Jenny make it, hurtling their way on mo­tor­bikes (you’ll have to see it, re­ally).

There’s some much-needed hu­mour when Norris and Mary ar­rive at the ra­dio sta­tion for the Mr & Mrs com­pe­ti­tion. When Colin from mar­ket­ing dis­cov­ers that Norris runs a newsagent’s he makes a huge fuss of the pair, but what is his end game? Some­thing tells me he’s not just af­ter an early copy of next month’s Homes & Gar­dens.

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