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Series 18, Come Dine With Me 18x94
18.06.2012
Contestants in Windsor try to throw the perfect dinner party. Hairdresser Leanne Strachan, property manager Jill Render, lighting designer Daphne Dulice and flooring specialist Chaz Fearnley compete to win £1,000.
 
Series 18, Come Dine With Me 18x93
16.06.2012
Four British expats compete for the £1,000 prize on the Costa del Sol. Fun-loving Welsh emigrant Kate Forrest, gardening guru Ben Knight, bus driver Tony Reddin and straight-talking Marilyn Bevins take turns hosting dinner parties featuring unusual food, shameless name-dropping and a near-disaster.
 
Series 18, Come Dine With Me 18x92
09.06.2012
Four amateur cooks from Chichester, West Sussex, compete for the £1,000 prize. Football fan Darren Morrison, former Navy officer Stefan Gershater, housewife Henrietta Edwards and the travel-loving Jemima Thomas take turns hosting dinner parties featuring male rivalry, a bit of romance and a Carry On-themed evening.
 
Series 18, Come Dine With Me 18x91
02.06.2012
Four amateur cooks from Hartlepool, Co Durham, compete for the £1,000 prize. Former holiday rep Dotty Page, financial adviser Gavin Wise, beautician Becki Cooper and student Alex Jackson take turns hosting dinner parties, but have to contend with angry outbursts and charm offensives.
 
Jubilee Special 18x90
28.05.2012
Four celebrities take part in a Jubilee-themed edition of the show. Former EastEnders actress Cheryl Fergison leaves her guests questioning her menu choices, entertainer Lionel Blair's evening is not quite as sophisticated as he planned, ex-Atomic Kitten star Kerry Katona hosts a pyjama party with a royal appearance, and ventriloquist Keith Harris's theme is At Her Majesty's Service.
 
Series 18, Come Dine With Me 18x89
26.05.2012
The dinner party challenge heads to Exeter, where the week is livened up when Geoff Green and party-loving Beka Platt clash over spicy food, and relations between hunter John G Wills and drama student Mandy Plumridge are far from cordial following an argument about rabbits.
 
Series 18, Come Dine With Me 18x88
19.05.2012
Make-up enthusiast Matthew Richmond-King competes against houseproud Kate Beesley, musician Simon Holdgate and dog-sitter Jane Bunting, as the dinner-party challenge heads to south-east Essex. The week features lessons in table manners, tales of the rock 'n' roll lifestyle and a head-dress made from a piece of fruit.
 
Series 18, Come Dine With Me 18x87
12.05.2012
Garage manager Stephanie Morgan Thomas competes against TV cameraman Luke England, telesales employee Ed Curnow and charity worker Helen Foley as the dinner party challenge heads to Swansea. The week features Welsh dragon cocktails, an uncooperative barbecue and a pavlova that nearly becomes a fire hazard.
 
Series 18, Come Dine With Me 18x86
05.05.2012
Four contestants from Wakefield, West Yorkshire, compete across a week to throw the perfect dinner party, with highlights including a nasty surprise in a freezer, heavy flirting and a Titanic-themed dinner, as well as a place at the table for one competitor's pet ferret.
 
Series 18, Come Dine With Me 18x85
28.04.2012
Bollywood fan Paresh Vara competes against shop assistant Cherelle Welch, mind reader Alex Crow and solicitor Cathie Woolhouse for the £1,000 prize as the dinner-party challenge heads to north-west London. The week's highlights include a mysterious parlour filled with creepy creatures and a botched batch of deep-fried kofta balls.
 
Series 18, Come Dine With Me 18x84
21.04.2012
Four amateur cooks in Birmingham compete for the £1,000 prize. Hospitality manager Daz Blackwood, sales executive Hannah Kirkland, newspaper boss Darren Tyler and welfare trainer Stuart Rose take turns hosting dinner parties, which feature a back-to-front menu, bad jokes and celebrity friends.
 
Series 18, Episode 70 18x83
21.04.2012
Sue Hood hosts the final night of the culinary competition in East Hampshire, hoping to impress her guests with a Caribbean-themed dinner party. The evening kicks off with the diners taking turns hitting a pinata, followed by entertainment in the form of dancers before the winner of the £1,000 prize is announced.
 
Series 18, Episode 69 18x82
20.04.2012
History fanatic Kyle Curtis hosts the fourth dinner party from East Hampshire. A self-confessed novice in the kitchen, he decides to get his guests to help him with his main course - a fish fondue - and his choice of dress code for the evening proves a hit.
 
Series 18, Episode 68 18x81
19.04.2012
Natalie Edemska-Plant hosts the third dinner party in East Hampshire, and plans to serve dishes from her childhood to give her guests an authentic Russian dining experience. She begins the evening with traditional customs such as banning shoes inside the house, and although her food is not a complete success the night ends on a high note with some energetic dancing.
 
Series 18, Episode 67 18x80
18.04.2012
Mother-of-four Jax Naudi hosts the second dinner party in east Hampshire, but her theme for the evening causes confusion and leads to one guest wearing an inappropriate outfit. Although Sue Hood expresses her distaste for the host's menu by remaining silent throughout the meal, the mood improves when Jax reveals the evening's entertainment - life drawing with a nude model.
 
Series 18, Episode 66 18x79
17.04.2012
Taxi driver Nik Christides hosts the first party in East Hampshire, where one guest causes causes a stir by revealing details of a romantic encounter with Boyzone singer Ronan Keating. Later, Nik introduces his diners to the sport of Cheesy Darts, which requires one guest to smear their face with cream, before having cheese-flavoured crisps thrown at them.
 
Series 18, Come Dine With Me 18x78
14.04.2012
Four amateur cooks in Stoke-on-Trent compete in the culinary challenge for the chance to win £1,000. Schoolteacher Margaret Fanion, self-confessed super-chef Josef Bailey, business development manager Nick Hall and Lady Polly Ingestre take turns hosting dinner parties featuring mud-slinging and smutty conversation.
 
Series 18, Episode 65 18x77
14.04.2012
Eseyoma Sodje hosts the final dinner party in Darlington, Co Durham, hoping her Nigerian recipes and a hint of glamour will impress her guests. To further improve her chances of bagging the £1,000 prize, she puts on a hip-hop karaoke, before the winner is announced.
 
Series 18, Episode 64 18x76
13.04.2012
Charlotte Langley hosts the fourth dinner party from Darlington, Co Durham, and asks her guests to attend dressed up as their favourite red-carpet celebrity, but as the night progresses, she discovers she is not very good at taking criticism and the situation threatens to get out of hand.
 
Series 18, Episode 63 18x75
12.04.2012
Barry I'Anson hosts the third dinner party in Darlington, Co Durham, and hopes his love-themed evening will endear him to his guests. Unfortunately for him Clair Sherwood-Parkin is not impressed and begins doubting the host's masculinity, and vet James Emson is concerned what the dessert will be like. Charlotte Langley finds herself wanting a sick bag before the evening is over, and Eseyoma Sodje steals the show during some cringe-worthy entertainment.
 
Series 18, Episode 62 18x74
11.04.2012
Veterinary surgeon James Emson hosts the second party in Darlington, Co Durham, and decides to accompany his curry main course with a gruesome contest in which he serves up a selection of eyeballs, tongues and other bits of offal, then challenges his guests to identify which animal they came from. Diner Barry l'Anson also manages to leave the party having achieved a lifetime ambition.
 
Series 18, Episode 61 18x73
10.04.2012
Marketing manager Clair Sherwood-Parkin hosts the first party in Darlington, Co Durham, hoping to impress with a Moroccan-inspired feast. However, one guest causes a stir when she introduces herself as the Queen of Sheba, and Clair's secret-revealing game unearths some shocking truths about her diners.
 
Series 18, Come Dine With Me 18x72
07.04.2012
Four amateur cooks from Preston, Lancashire, compete for the £1,000 prize. Customer services co-ordinator Janet McCabe, nursery manager Rick Monk, theatre and film director Graham Easterlow and office manager Sue Braithwaite take turns hosting dinner parties that feature a pyjama dress code, a game-themed menu and an evening inspired by the Swinging Sixties.
 
Series 18, Episode 60 18x71
07.04.2012
Martin Young hosts the final dinner party in Chelmsford, Essex, hoping to impress his guests by throwing a Caribbean-themed evening. The diners are pleasantly surprised by the quality of his food and shocked when he reveals a secret talent, before the winner of the £1,000 prize is announced.
 
Series 18, Episode 59 18x70
06.04.2012
Twenty-five-year-old hot-tub salesman John Mabey hosts the fourth dinner party in Chelmsford, setting out to woo his guests with a Shakespearean evening featuring an Italian-style menu, but when his food comes close to a complete fiasco, he turns to theatrics to save the day - including asking his guests to act out Romeo and Juliet.
 
Series 18, Episode 58 18x69
05.04.2012
Deb Croghan hosts the third dinner party in Chelmsford, Essex, and hopes to impress her guests with a tarts and vicars-style evening. Following an uncomfortable game of guessing everyone's age, she perks up the evening with an unusual entertainment - a cucumber-based sport she claims is a traditional family pastime.
 
Series 18, Episode 57 18x68
04.04.2012
Businessman Scott Johnson hosts the second dinner party of the week in Chelmsford. His menu initially impresses his guests, until they realise he has taken some shortcuts with his preparations. However, a bigger problem emerges when former classmates John Mabey and Martin Young renew old hostilities, so Scott tries to lighten the mood by taking everyone for a dance in `Essex's smallest disco' - his kitchen.
 
Series 18, Episode 56 18x67
03.04.2012
Alex Sullivan hosts the first party in Chelmsford, Essex, hoping to impress with her birthday party-themed evening. However, an uncomfortable reunion between two former school friends gets the night off to a bad start, and a less than satisfactory dessert leaves the host with little to celebrate.
 
Series 18, Come Dine With Me 18x66
31.03.2012
Four amateur cooks from Wolverhampton compete for the £1,000 prize. Traditionalist Deborah Green, tattoo enthusiast Kat Whyton, community worker Nick Bassett and Italian Francesco Ceccarelli take turns hosting dinner parties featuring an around-the-world menu, raw chicken, hidden agendas and rule breaking.
 
Series 18, Episode 55 18x65
31.03.2012
Patriotic Frenchman Denis Verrier hosts the final dinner party in Bath, and hopes his experience of working in the hospitality industry will stand him in good stead. However, two of the guests are shocked by what they find in his wardrobe, and his staging of a penalty shoot-out provides more surprises, before the winner of the £1,000 prize is announced.
 
Series 18, Episode 54 18x64
30.03.2012
Cafe worker Becky Tyler hosts the fourth dinner party challenge from Bath. The theme is a `Mad Hat' tea party, and she sets out to put on a menu of British classics, but the round of sandwiches for starters might prove too much for the diners.
 
Series 18, Episode 53 18x63
29.03.2012
Handyman John Wicheard hosts the third dinner party in Bath. Denis Verrier suspects the food will not be up to his exacting standards, and sandwich enthusiast Becky Tyler also doubts the meal will be a success. The prospect of a disco excites vegetarian and former raver Mel Lewis-Leger, but society girl Liv Sargeant dreads the thought of any form of forced entertainment.
 
Series 18, Episode 52 18x62
28.03.2012
Former raver Mel Lewis-Leger hosts the second dinner party in Bath, but her taste in music and a spicy Cajun menu prove off-putting for some of the guests. Meanwhile, cafe worker Becky Tyler becomes more sociable, until she decides to do an impression of one of her fellow diners.
 
Series 18, Episode 51 18x61
27.03.2012
Posh girl-about-town Liv Sargeant hosts the first party in Bath, and hopes to impress with her sophisticated evening, complete with black tie dress code. However, her unusual choice of entertainment, and her undying love for Michael Buble, threaten to hamper her chances of winning the £1,000 prize at the end of the week.
 
Series 18, Come Dine With Me 18x60
24.03.2012
Four amateur cooks from Basildon compete to win the £1,000 prize. Advertising sales executive Antonia Price, hairdresser Vicky Hilton, web developer Ryan Brown and career coach and local councillor Andy Baggott take turns hosting dinner parties featuring stripping, nerves and conflict, as well as an Essex-themed evening.
 
Series 18, Episode 50 18x59
24.03.2012
Doctor Chintu Gademsetty hosts the final dinner party in east London, and is confident of impressing his guests with a 1980s-themed evening. Even though his dance competition is not a hit with all of the diners, his food goes down a treat, before the winner of the £1,000 prize is announced.
 
Series 18, Episode 49 18x58
23.03.2012
Bar owner Delia Elliot hosts the fourth dinner party from east London, and she is confident she can teach her young diners the protocol of entertaining guests. However, prankster Alan ends up having a row with her, leading Simran to take evasive action.
 
Series 18, Episode 48 18x57
22.03.2012
Alan Price hosts the third party in east London, and sets out to impress his fellow competitors with a medieval-themed dinner. He hopes to raise the standard of the contest with an ambitious menu, but stumbles at the first hurdle when vegetarian diner Simran panics at the sight of his authentic pig's head as the table centrepiece. Things do not improve as the night goes on, with dirty dinner plates and sloppy hosting leaving the guests less than impressed.
 
Series 18, Episode 47 18x56
21.03.2012
Comedienne Yoshki Greenberg hosts the second dinner party in east London, but her decision to surprise the guests by asking them to wear animal-themed pyjama suits does not go down well - leaving her struggling to win them over with a stand-up routine.
 
Series 18, Episode 46 18x55
20.03.2012
Simran Samra hosts the first party in east London, and decides to cook meat for her main course, despite being a vegetarian. The fashionista tries to salvage her chances of winning the £1,000 prize by performing a range of comedy accents after Alan Price upsets one of the guests.
 
Series 18, Come Dine With Me 18x54
17.03.2012
Four amateur cooks from East Sussex compete for the £1,000 prize. Food-lover Dizz Byrom-Colburn, businessman John Hammond, attention-seeking Daniel Gray and the eccentric Tracey Waters take turns hosting dinner parties featuring raw meatballs, an Alice in Wonderland-themed menu and an unusual tale about a trip to the dentist.
 
Series 18, Series 45 18x53
17.03.2012
The youngest of the week's amateur cooks, Nicole Barrow, hosts the final night of the culinary competition in Blackpool. She hopes to impress with an evening of red-carpet glamour, but her guests are disappointed with her starter and unusual choice of entertainment, before the winner of the £1,000 prize is announced.
 
Series 18, Series 44 18x52
16.03.2012
Driving Instructor Jason Howitt hosts the fourth dinner party from Blackpool and tries to entertain his guests with a music-festival themed evening. However, sparks begin to fly between Jason and Kathryn.
 
Series 18, Series 43 18x51
15.03.2012
Clairvoyant and spiritual medium Paula Paradaema hosts the third dinner party in Blackpool. Kathryn Hoskisson is dreading an evening of what she regards as nonsense, student nurse Nicole Barrow is not impressed with the fish-heavy menu and all the guests are confused by the spiritual dress code.
 
Series 18, Series 42 18x50
14.03.2012
Driving Instructor Jason Howitt hosts the fourth dinner party from Blackpool and tries to entertain his guests with a music-festival themed evening. However, sparks begin to fly between Jason and Kathryn.
 
Series 18, Series 41 18x49
13.03.2012
Housewife Kathryn Hoskisson hosts the first party in Blackpool, hoping her back-to-school-themed menu will be enough to send her to the top of the class and win her the £1,000 prize at the end of the week.
 
Series 18, Come Dine With Me 18x48
10.03.2012
Four amateur cooks from Stockport compete to win the £1,000 prize. Bank clerk Alastair Lomas, super-competitive student Amy Green, recruitment consultant Gillian Twist and mechanic Samuel Norrin take turns hosting dinner parties during a week featuring a car-themed menu, revelations, chaos and a bit of a mystery.
 
Series 18, Series 40 18x47
10.03.2012
Recruitment boss Duncan Powell hosts the final dinner party in Newport, and hopes his Hawaiian-themed evening will impress his guests enough to win the prize. Unfortunately for him, prawn brains and sea bass bones harm his chances of success, so the confident cook tries to rescue the evening with a lemon posset.
 
Series 18, Series 39 18x46
09.03.2012
Housewife Sarah Kinnear hosts the fourth dinner party in Newport and her guests are encouraged to attend donning a `Welsh icon' attire. However, she takes a gamble when she engages in a lively dinner-table debate with Duncan and Pippa.
 
Series 18, Series 38 18x45
08.03.2012
Radio journalist Emma Jones hosts the third dinner party in Newport, serving up an American-themed menu of crab cakes and pulled pork, and the 23-year-old tries to boost her chances of taking home the prize money with a cheerleading session.
 
Series 18, Series 37 18x44
07.03.2012
Peace activist Pippa Bartolotti hosts the second of the week's dinner parties in Newport, serving up a menu of locally sourced vegetarian food and hoping to entertain her guests by indulging in a spot of fortune-telling. However, a talkative Duncan Powell threatens to dominate proceedings.
 
Series 18, Series 36 18x43
06.03.2012
Theatre enthusiast Jay Coleman hosts the first party in Newport, putting on a dramatic evening with an international menu, in the hope of winning the £1,000 prize at the end of the week.
 
Series 18, Come Dine With Me 18x42
03.03.2012
Four British expats compete for the £1,000 prize on the Costa del Sol. Fun-loving Welsh emigrant Kate Forrest, gardening guru Ben Knight, bus driver Tony Reddin and straight-talking Marilyn Bevins take turns hosting dinner parties featuring unusual food, shameless name-dropping and a near-disaster.
 
Series 18, Series 35 18x41
03.03.2012
Foodie Rebecca Ryan hosts the final dinner party in York, and hopes to impress her guests by throwing a Hollywood-themed evening of glitz and glamour, before the winner of the £1,000 prize is announced.
 
Series 18, Series 34 18x40
02.03.2012
Nurse Yvonne McGill hosts the fourth dinner challenge in York and goes for a 1960s-themed party, including a game of `snog, marry, avoid' and a Beatles tribute band. Meanwhile, guest Steve reveals his celebrity crush.
 
Series 18, Series 33 18x39
01.03.2012
The third dinner party in York is hosted by Annie Albericci, who hopes to bring peace, love and harmony to the table with her 'festival chic' themed evening. However, things go from bad to worse for Annie when the male guests find a racy photo of her.
 
Series 18, Series 32 18x38
29.02.2012
Trevor Rooney, who leads tours of supposedly haunted sites in York, hosts the second dinner party in the city at a bric-a-brac warehouse. He also has several spooky surprises in store for his guests, including a magic show, a paranormal-themed menu and a ventriloquist's doll which spends the evening flirting with the female diners.
 
Series 18, Series 31 18x37
28.02.2012
Training guru Steve Carlyle hosts the first party in York, but a sophisticated evening, complete with a butler, does nothing to boost his reputation as he competes to win the £1,000 prize at the end of the week.
 
Series 18, Come Dine With Me 18x36
25.02.2012
Four amateur chefs compete for the £1,000 prize in Watford, Hertfordshire. Mother Mandy Godman, the highly opinionated Danny Walsh, nursery worker Claire Scotchett and fashionable Perrie Dixon take turns hosting dinner parties featuring sumo wrestling and lettuce soup.
 
Series 18, Series 30 18x35
25.02.2012
Merchant Navy officer Fiona Rush hosts the final dinner party in Belfast, and hopes to impress with a nautical-themed evening. However, one of her guests is unimpressed with the amount of fish on the menu, before the winner of the £1,000 prize is announced.
 
Series 18, Series 29 18x34
24.02.2012
The fourth dinner party challenge from Belfast is hosted by charity worker and confident cook Rosie Smyth. She decides the best way to win over her guests is to have a come-as-your-teenage-self theme evening, and a zingy mojito cheesecake.
 
Series 18, Series 28 18x33
23.02.2012
Freelance feminist writer Cat Anderson hosts the third dinner party in Belfast, and hopes to win over her guests with her bohemian chic style and live music. However, her efforts are wasted on lifeguard Lenny Irving, who is only interested in Merchant Navy officer Fiona Rush.
 
Series 18, Series 27 18x32
22.02.2012
Jamaican lifeguard Lenny Irving serves up Caribbean cuisine at the second of the week's dinner parties in Belfast. He also hopes to win over his guests by complementing his menu with strong rum - and seems particularly keen to impress Merchant Navy officer Fiona Rush.
 
Series 18, Series 26 18x31
21.02.2012
Make-up artist and female impersonator Marcus Hunter-Neill hopes to impress with a red carpet-themed evening as he hosts the first party in Belfast. However, his alter-ego Lady Portia Diamante steals the limelight as he competes for the £1,000 prize.
 
Series 18, Come Dine With Me 18x30
18.02.2012
Four amateur cooks compete for the £1,000 prize in north London. Bling-loving Raj Bahad, HR adviser Annette Ankrah, nutritionist Lilly Abrahmsohn and Rusty Warren take turns hosting dinner parties featuring snake-skin doors, a near house fire, kissing, an African menu and unusual dancing.
 
Series 18, Series 25 18x29
18.02.2012
Caroline Wardrope hosts the final dinner party in Glasgow, and throws a 1970s-themed disco evening with a mystery menu. The diners seem to enjoy the surprise dishes and are shocked to learn the truth about the host's secret profession, before the winner of the £1,000 prize is announced.
 
Series 18, Series 24 18x28
17.02.2012
Music teacher and professional flautist Siobhan Daley hosts the fourth dinner party challenge in Glasgow, and plans to impress her guests with a rock and pop icons-themed evening. She begins by preparing a cod and chorizo stew before showing off her piano skills for dessert.
 
Series 18, Series 23 18x27
16.02.2012
Mandy Wong hopes to impress her guests at the third dinner party in Glasgow with an Asian cuisine-inspired menu. Unfortunately for her, Caroline Wardrope has to run to the bathroom during the host's Latin dance routine, and a disastrous dessert further hampers her bid for success.
 
Series 18, Series 22 18x26
15.02.2012
Paul Cowan hosts the second dinner party in Glasgow, but his penchant for practical jokes threatens to overshadow his menu, which includes Balmoral steak with whisky sauce and the enigmatically named Paul's Cream Puff .
 
Series 18, Series 21 18x25
14.02.2012
Make-up artist Craig Alexander Wilson hosts the first party in Glasgow, hoping his edible glitter and sparklers will impress his fellow diners. However, his guests are less than overawed when he tries to guess their ages, hampering his chances of winning the £1,000 prize at the end of the week.
 
Series 18, Come Dine With Me 18x24
11.02.2012
Four amateur cooks from Sheffield compete to win the £1,000 prize. Author Jude Calvert-Toulmin, sales executive Robert Tingle, student Lucy Croft and IT manager Neil Goodwin take turns hosting dinner parties featuring a reading from an erotic novel, a risque anecdote and arguments over screw-top wine bottles and personalised number plates.
 
Series 18, Episode 20 18x23
11.02.2012
Heidi Kelloway hosts the final dinner party in Oxford, determined to lighten the mood of the other diners. However, the evening turns sour when the diners confront the overly critical Richard Berrecloth about his frank comments, before the winner of the £1,000 prize is announced.
 
Series 18, Episode 19 18x22
10.02.2012
Dog trainer James Hearle hosts the fourth dinner party in Oxford, but his four-legged friends threaten to turn the evening into a mess. Tempers also rise between the guests as culinary-critic Richard Berrecloth continues shocking the group with his brutal honesty.
 
Series 18, Episode 18 18x21
09.02.2012
Mother-of-three Victoria Collett hosts the third dinner party in Oxford and begins the day with a hangover and a few culinary disasters. It is not long before her guests start grumbling and Richard Berrecloth criticises her seafood starter, so she pins her hopes on the Caribbean curry being a success.
 
Series 18, Episode 17 18x20
08.02.2012
Inventor Richard Berrecloth hosts the second dinner party in Oxford, and hopes to impress his guests with homemade food and an unusual form of entertainment. However, Heidi Kelloway and Marlon Williams appear to be more interested in each other than their host's hospitality - while another diner seems rather too keen on sampling the wine.
 
Series 18, Episode 16 18x19
07.02.2012
Marlon Williams hosts the first party in Oxford, and hopes his love-island-themed evening will be enough to win him the £1,000 prize at the end of the week. However, after a shambolic start to proceedings, the night ends with the smashing of plates.
 
Series 18, Come Dine With Me 18x18
04.02.2012
Four amateur chefs compete for the £1,000 prize in Oldham, Greater Manchester. Student Vicki Shea, amateur dramatics director James Schofield, barman Ben Brooks and self-confessed man-eater Kathy Howard take turns hosting evenings featuring a discussion on role-play in the bedroom, cocktails, opera, a French maid's outfit, as well as a Hollywood-themed night
 
Series 18, Episode 15 18x17
04.02.2012
Flamboyant Stephen Drew hosts the final dinner party in east Kent, and has designed a menu that will allow him to spend more time entertaining his guests. With an Absolutely Fabulous theme, a few of the diners are expecting a Mardi-Gras vibe, but he has different ideas for the night - before the winner of the £1,000 prize is announced .
 
Series 18, Episode 14 18x16
03.02.2012
Dog-lover Sally Parry hosts the fourth dinner party from east Kent, hoping to impress her guests with a pink-themed night, including posh pink food and table decorations. However, Sally and Emma have a heated argument, Alex misbehaves and Wesley falls asleep.
 
Series 18, Episode 13 18x15
02.02.2012
Beautician Emma Phillips hosts the third dinner party in east Kent. Her main course is described by one diner as a pet on a plate, and Alexandra Austin declares the evening to be rather odd. Meanwhile, Stephen Drew and Wes Leaver enjoy an impromptu beauty treatment together.
 
Series 18, Episode 12 18x14
01.02.2012
Estate agent Alexandra Austen hosts the second party of the week in east Kent, hoping to impress her guests with pan-European cuisine - but the meal gets off to a shaky start when Sally Parry is forced to confront her fear of beans, while Stephen Drew struggles with a goat's cheese parcel. Alexandra's decision to serve veal also proves controversial, and it soon becomes clear two of the guests are not enjoying each other's company.
 
Series 18, Episode 11 18x13
31.01.2012
Carpenter Wes Leaver hosts the first party in east Kent, hoping his science theme will be enough to win him the £1,000 prize at the end of the week. However, the 34-year-old faces competition from estate agent Alexandra Austin, beautician Emma Phillips, dog-lover Sally Parry and fancy-dress enthusiast Stephen Drew.
 
Series 18, Come Dine With Me 18x12
28.01.2012
Four amateur chefs from south London compete for the chance to win £1,000. Comedian Colin Cole, tennis coach Josh Harvey, Marilyn Monroe lookalike Suzie Kennedy and teacher Rachel Melito take turns hosting dinner parties featuring everything from an indecent proposal to breast-shaped food, as well as a tennis-themed night.
 
Series 18, Episode 10 18x11
28.01.2012
Speed-dating expert Nikki Yucel hosts the final dinner party in Ipswich, and is determined to cultivate a romantic atmosphere. As the evening progresses, Kerrie Pankhurst reveals her feelings for another diner, before the winner of the £1,000 prize is announced.
 
Series 18, Episode 9 18x10
27.01.2012
DJ Dave James hosts the fourth dinner party from Ipswich and asks his guests to attend dressed as pop stars. Claire and Nicki are suspicious about his celebrity connections, and there is trouble when the diners discover Dave got help with the cooking.
 
Series 18, Episode 8 18x09
26.01.2012
David J Marks hosts the third dinner party in Ipswich, and hopes to win over Kerrie Pankhurst after offending her the previous night. His salmon starter impresses all the diners except Dave James, who explains all the gruesome things he would rather do than eat the fish, so the host lightens the mood by showing off his ventriloquist dummies and laying on a magic show.
 
Series 18, Episode 7 18x08
25.01.2012
Millwall fan Kerrie Pankhurst hosts the second dinner party in Ipswich, which she decides to give a football theme - but the mood turns sour when one of the guests insults her team. Kerrie's decision to serve scallops and chorizo as her starter also does not go down well with DJ Dave James.
 
Series 18, Episode 6 18x07
24.01.2012
Theatre-lover Claire Flatt hosts the first party in Ipswich, where one guest makes a big impression by arriving in a limousine. Claire prepares Thai fishcakes and Princess Jasmine rice as well as her signature dish `chaos cake' in the hope of winning the £1,000 prize at the end of the week.
 
Series 18, Come Dine With Me 18x06
21.01.2012
Four amateur chefs compete for the £1,000 prize in Scarborough, North Yorkshire. Sales executive Claire McCourt, comedy hypnotist Ken Webster, events manager Stewart Chapman Wilson and mother Claire Oliver take turns hosting dinner parties, which feature everything from showgirls to a Laurel and Hardy tribute act.
 
Series 18, Episode 5 18x05
21.01.2012
Hairdresser Nigel Womack hosts the final dinner party in East Lancashire, hoping his romantic evening will impress his guests. With a menu featuring aphrodisiacs, he aims to create an amorous mood among his diners, and also sings a song before the winner of the £1,000 prize is announced.
 
Series 18, Episode 4 18x04
20.01.2012
Chelsea Symcox hosts the fourth party in East Lancashire. While the boys fight over a punch-bag in the garage, the girls discover a secret about their host when they find her credit card. Chelsea will be hoping her Mediterranean menu is enough to win her the £1,000 prize at the end of the week.
 
Series 18, Episode 3 18x03
19.01.2012
Chris Slater tries to add some class to proceedings as he hosts the third dinner party in east Lancashire, but his habit of eating with his mouth open disgusts his guests. The spicy main course gives Jenna tattersall acid reflux, and Nigel Womack has an embarrassing incident with a shortbread biscuit.
 
Series 18, Episode 2 18x02
18.01.2012
Businesswoman Jenna Tattersall hosts the second dinner party in East Lancashire, but an unimpressed Chelsea Symcox suspects the stuffed courgette starter is intended to send a message to the guests. Jenna's decision to hire a bouncy castle as post-meal entertainment also causes concern.
 
All in One: WAGS Special, Nicola T, Chantelle Tagoe, Jessica Lawlor, Jude Cisse 18x01
09.06.2010
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