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THIS PROGRAMME IS SUBTITLED
IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE
Charity Tate Emma Atkins
MONDAY 10 MAY 2004 7.00 TO 7.30PM ITV1
Charity's hopes of wooing Tom at his birthday party are challenged when Sadie drops in unexpectedly.
As Andy is reunited with Daz, a saddened Katie grows increasingly alone as Donna ends their friendship.
Carl defies Tom but taking an unexpected guest to the party.
On the morning of Tom King’s (Ken Farrington) birthday bash, the party looks set to be an elaborate affair as a huge marquee is erected and guests begin to pile in as the band starts to play.
Jimmy (Nick Miles) is concerned to hear that Sadie (Patsy Kensit) is still being pampered in a beauty salon in London and doubts she’ll make it in time.
Dressed up the nines, Charity (Emma Atkins) smiles smugly at Jimmy and Matthew (Matt Healy) who are annoyed to see her with their Dad. The villagers arrive and are impressed by the flashy event and free flowing champagne.
As the party gets underway, Tom makes a speech and then Charity takes to the stage to sing a Marilyn Monroe inspired ‘Happy Birthday’ to him. But her big moment is spoiled by the sound of a helicopter overhead, drowning out the end of her song.
Eager to see what all the commotion is about, everyone heads outside and watches open-mouthed as the helicopter lands and Sadie steps out in a stunning evening dress, dripping with diamonds.
Tom is delighted to see her,
and Sadie immediately offends Charity by pointing out that her dress is a bit OTT for staff, before passing her coat to her with a sweet smile.
Charity is incensed. Is this the beginning of a bitter rivalry?
Elsewhere in the village,
Andy (Kelvin Fletcher) tries to salvage what’s left of his real family. He invites Daz (Luke Tittensor) over for dinner to repair the bad blood between the brothers.
Other Publicity Pictures associated with this episode and Sadie King's arrival