Jack gets a nasty cut moving things in the shed. Dolly struggles to do the housework and look after baby Sam. Amos has a hangover but tells Henry that he's fine. Barbara tells Donald that she doesn't know how long she wants to be away from Brian for. Jackie is adamant that the stand for the butter churn will work, despite Matt's advice. Amos is adamant he does not have a hangover. Henry and Amos try to discover who the mysterious Eric Birdwick who writes articles in the paper about bars and restaurants in the Yorkshire Dales. Pat worries if she's a bad mother, especially since Dolly rejected her offer of babysitting Sam. Amos looks in the newspaper at what other pubs do, to make The Woolpack better. He decides to give free nuts at the bar. Henry still has a sore neck but thinks nothing of it. He has a few words with Alan about Primrose Dingle, and Alan heads back to Home Farm to ask the staff to begin working on it. Jackie accidentally breaks his butter churning stand.
- Matt - Frederick Pyne
- Dolly - Jean Rogers
- Samuel - Benjamin Whitehead (uncredited)
- Mr. Wilks - Arthur Pentelow
- Amos - Ronald Magill
- Jack - Clive Hornby
- Pat - Helen Weir
- Rev. Donald Hinton - Hugh Manning
- Barbara Peters - Rosie Kerslake
- Jackie - Ian Sharrock
- Alan Turner - Richard Thorp
- Seth Armstrong - Stan Richards
- John Tuplin - Malcolm Raeburn
- Emmerdale Farm - Shed, family room, exterior, sheep hut
- Emmerdale Farm Barn Conversion - Family room
- Vicarage - Living room
- The Woolpack - Bar, backroom
- Primrose Dingle
- Home Farm - Pig unit
- First appearance of Jock MacDonald since 5th November 1981.
- First appearance of John Tuplin since 18th March 1982.
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