Rosie’s posh new wheels, the PGO Cevennes*
Hayley is quite annoyed with Pam and her basket of sandwiches and treats, as they are cutting into the trade at the cafe.
Maria is becoming increasingly impatient with her unborn baby. Tony continues to dote on her hand and foot.
Bill and Pam meet up in the shop, the first time since their personal ad falling out, and with a little help from Umed, patch things up.
Eileen and Jesse are getting closer, after the awkward them walking in on Jason and Tina In flagrante delicto in the living room.
Kirk ends up talking himself into the job of Hialowa, sidekick to General Custard, aka Jesse. Strangely enough, I think this might work out well for Kirk.
Kevin and Bill have a chat about life and children and the like.
Jason and Tina get closer as well, with her proising to come out for drinks on his birthday evening. Eileen warns against the danger of going to war the Platt clan again. Jason dismisses the threat of David. No doubt this will end badly.
The Webster family is up early debating the merits of different breakfast cereals. The doorbell rings and Rosie dashes out the door, a shriek is heard a moment later. Her new car has been delivered, much to the delight of her and Sal, and to the chagrin of pretty much everyone else. Later at the pub Becky gives Rosie some good advice about how getting a wad of cash will show who her friends and enemies really are. Luke is still trying to get her to invest in Underworld, and Sal wants Rosie to buy them a new kitchen, or maybe a Jacuzzi.
Ty brings Molly her 11:00 bacon butty and gets an earfull from her about she is trying to get fit and healthy. Umed is happy to consume it on her behalf.
Molly and Kev go for their lunch time run, and finally give in to their sweat, pheremones, and baser instincts and have a bit of a snog under a tree in the park.
Oh the shame.
* PGO Automobiles started its journey a little over twenty years ago with, in the driver’s seat, two Car enthusiasts whose initials gave the name to the brand: Prévôt Gilles and Olivier. At the time, the activity was turned towards the production of car replicas. Until the 90s, production is on a small scale.
In 1998, the creative drive of the PGO Automobiles team made it possible to present the prototype of a completely new and exciting car at the Paris Motor Show in 2000: The Speedster II. The aim was to offer customers a car with a neo-retro design, but possessing modern features in terms of design, engine and architecture. Thanks to the presentation of this roadster, PGO became a full fledged car manufacturer.