10 May Brookfield in lockdown due to an outbreak of Foot and Mouth disease. (2001)
11 May Brian confesses to Jennifer. December 15, 2002)
12 May The Grundys are evicted from Grange Farm. (March 2000)
13 May Floods hit Ambridge. (March 2015)
14 May Helen wins custody of her boys. (September 16, 2016)
17 May New Year’s Eve: The Lower Loxley Ball. (December 31, 2001)
18 May The Flower and Produce Show. (September 7, 2008)
19 May The Hunt Ball. (October 29, 2017)
20 May Bonfire Night. (November 5, 2008)
21 May The Christmas Lights Switch On. (December 5, 2014)
25 May David reflects on life at Brookfield and Josh considers his place in the family.
26 May Harrison struggles to strike the correct tone and Tracy launches her manifesto.
27 May Josh faces some tough decisions and it’s the day of reckoning for Harrison.
28 May David attempts to restore peace at Brookfield and Josh makes his choice.
…ah, the custard episode! …should be exciterating!
You bet, Sturmers, I’d far rather it had been Custard Night, which had the merit of being funny, rather than what it actually was: Helen, but really Tony and Pat, getting custody of ‘the boys’, you know those ones that, according to Kirsty, Helen would do ‘anything’ for, anything except take care of them that is.
Oh, apparently May 24 is not exactly missing - there will be no broadcast on Sundays from that point on, only four episodes, Monday-Thursday.
Another step in the right direction! Only four more to go.
…we should have realised that, since Sunday follows Saturday (…even in Hambridge!) (…well, it could have been worser, TBTB might have decided that we deserve Extra (…no! …not AmbridgeExLax, GawdForbid), but extra episodes, or expanderating each episode to 15 or 20 minutes! (…Gawd, think of all that extra scraping and mopping up! )