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The Bill: Episode 266

Jim reveals the full extent of his gambling debt to June and she is devastated and refuses to speak to him. He desperately attempts to speak to her at work but she ignores him. Jim has to resort to asking Tony to speak to her for him. Later on, when Jim informs the loan shark that he doesn't have the money he owes him, he abducts him.

Meanwhile, Terry and Suzie investigate an assault on a young boy and they discover that the suspect was previously accused of assaulting a young boy back in 1998.

Following their night of passion, Amber and Steve keep their distance.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 20x88
Airdate: Thursday December 09th, 2004

Guest Stars
Alisa BosschaertAlisa Bosschaert
As Angela Lester
Cecilia NobleCecilia Noble
As Beverley Jackson
Joan HodgesJoan Hodges
As Eileen Draper
Lenora CrichlowLenora Crichlow
As Shirley Moss
Patrick MoncktonPatrick Monckton
As Garry Malone
Philip DowlingPhilip Dowling
As David Lester
Daisy MoonDaisy Moon
As Kelly Clooney
Freddie CunliffeFreddie Cunliffe
As Martin Collins
Richard TrinderRichard Trinder
As Matthew Stone
Tracy OTracy O'Flaherty
As Alice Stone
Main Cast
Simon RouseSimon Rouse
As Jack Meadows
Alex WalkinshawAlex Walkinshaw
As Dale Smith
Bruce ByronBruce Byron
As Terry Perkins
Graham ColeGraham Cole
As Tony Stamp
Trudie GoodwinTrudie Goodwin
As June Ackland
Michele AustinMichele Austin
As Yvonne Hemmingway
Wendy KwehWendy Kweh
As Suzie Sim
James LloydJames Lloyd
As Steve Hunter
Thusita JayasunderaThusita Jayasundera
As Ramani De Costa
Myfanwy WaringMyfanwy Waring
As Amber Johannsen
Mark WingettMark Wingett
As Jim Carver
Vickie GatesVickie Gates
As Marilyn Chambers
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Tom JonesWhat's New Pussycat? 

Other Episode Crew

CreatorGeoff McQueen
Executive ProducerPaul Marquess
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