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Episode 5

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September 28, 2001
At home, Edina and Patsy organising their drugs. They suddenly hear a buzzing sound, which Patsy mistakes for a bee. It turns out to be Edina's mobile phone, and when she answers, she thinks that it's Serge calling out for help. The police are summoned, and Saffron comes home to find Edina in a state of shock, but the police can't do a thing. It is then revealed that the phone accidentally picked up rehearsals for Saffron's play, "Self Raising Flower", which details her life and paints Edina and Patsy in the most unflattering of lights. On the day of the premiere, Justin, Bo, Gran, and Marshall drop by to wish good luck to Saffron, at the expense of Edina. Saffron extends an olive branch of sorts by leaving a ticket for her mother; she is loath to attend, but eventually she and Patsy do go. The play goes over well, not the pitiful domestic tragedy Saffy intended, but rather as a comedy. Amazingly, both Edina and Patsy end up loving it (with Patsy especially liking the portrayal of her, even though she's played by a man). At the end, the cast welcome the real Edina on stage with them, leaving Saffron in the audience, her face buried in her hands. The next day, the girl who plays Saffron is so smitten with the real one that she offers her flowers, making Saffy distinctly nervous. Also appearing: Christopher Ryan (Marshall), Melanie Jessop (Policewoman), Tilly Blackwood (Lady Candy), Josh Neale (Actor), Miles Western (Actor), Emma Pierson (Actress), Lill Roughley (Actress)
September 28, 2001
At home, Edina and Patsy organising their drugs. They suddenly hear a buzzing sound, which Patsy mistakes for a bee. It turns out to be Edina's mobile phone, and when she answers, she thinks that it's Serge calling out for help. The police are summoned, and Saffron comes home to find Edina in a state of shock, but the police can't do a thing. It is then revealed that the phone accidentally picked up rehearsals for Saffron's play, "Self Raising Flower", which details her life and paints Edina and Patsy in the most unflattering of lights. On the day of the premiere, Justin, Bo, Gran, and Marshall drop by to wish good luck to Saffron, at the expense of Edina. Saffron extends an olive branch of sorts by leaving a ticket for her mother; she is loath to attend, but eventually she and Patsy do go. The play goes over well, not the pitiful domestic tragedy Saffy intended, but rather as a comedy. Amazingly, both Edina and Patsy end up loving it (with Patsy especially liking the portrayal of her, even though she's played by a man). At the end, the cast welcome the real Edina on stage with them, leaving Saffron in the audience, her face buried in her hands. The next day, the girl who plays Saffron is so smitten with the real one that she offers her flowers, making Saffy distinctly nervous. Also appearing: Christopher Ryan (Marshall), Melanie Jessop (Policewoman), Tilly Blackwood (Lady Candy), Josh Neale (Actor), Miles Western (Actor), Emma Pierson (Actress), Lill Roughley (Actress)
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