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It's the day of Gillian and Robbie's wedding, and as all the guests begin to arrive at the venue, the bride suffers a serious case of cold feet. Caroline tries to get to the bottom of her stepsister's reluctance - and it isn't long before she admits the reasons for not wanting such a big ceremony. Meanwhile, with Celia's encouragement, Alan takes the first step toward forgiving Gary.

 
Episode Title: Episode 6
Airs: 2015-02-1 at 09:00 pm
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