Amelia is troubled by the arrival of an unexpected guest at the Havisham's New Year's party. Frances rekindles an old friendship that she hopes may lead to something more.

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Amelia Havisham
Amy Dunn ...
Mary
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Boy
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Arthur Havisham
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Honoria Barbary
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Robert Wilfort ...
Bob Cratchit
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John Bagnet
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Emily Cratchit
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Bill Sikes
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Fagin
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On the day of Marley's funeral Bucket interviews Nancy. She gives him information leading to lawyer Jaggers, who tells Bucket that Marley had approached him to dissolve the partnership with Scrooge. Jaggers also informs Havisham that he will receive nothing from his father's will unless he is cordial to his sister, so he attends her New Year's Eve party but Compeyson also turns up, which upsets her. Frances Barbary meets an old friend, the elderly and wealthy Sir Lester Dedlock but he only has eyes for Honoria. Written by don @ minifie-1

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27 December 2015 (UK)  »

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When Nancy meets Fagin and Sikes at The Three Cripples following her interview with Inspector Bucket, her facial bruise is missing. See more »

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[Bystanders retch as the feet of Jacob Marley's corpse protrude from a badly constructed coffin]
Ebeneezer Scrooge: Nothing but good mahogany can keep in the stench of a putrefying corpse. Marley left no provision for such a coffin. Jacob Marley left no provision for a coffin at all, or indeed any funeral. It's the common pit for him, I'm afraid. Well then...
[He hands over some coins]
Ebeneezer Scrooge: There's an end to it.
[Scrooge replaces his hat and walks off]
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Sir Roger de Coverley
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