An increasingly depressed Jock mouths off at Turner in The Woolpack in front of Charles Douglas, a friend of Turner. Jock says it is not his fault what happened at the fish farm as no one showed him how to check the inlets for blockages. Turner says they will talk tomorrow. Seth and Wilks escort Jock off the premises. Alan apologises to Charles but Charles says he was promised a bit of Yorkshire colour and there it was. Later on Turner is driving Charles back to Home Farm and is arrested for drink driving. Charles is not pleased at this, nor is he pleased at Turner's relaxed attitude to it, saying he only had 1 or 2 drinks. Turner and Charles have to accompany Sgt MacArthur to the police station. He phones Joe to ask him to pick Sir Charles up. Joe had planned a night in with Ruth. Sir Charles has been put off by Turner's behaviour and decides to go back to the hotel tonight, and get an early train back to London tomorrow morning.


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  • A policeman at the station is uncredited despite a line of dialogue.
  • This was the last episode to be produced by Michael Russell.
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