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Episode number 4209
ITV broadcast date 9th June 1997 (Monday)
Production code P694/4209
Writer Andy Armitage
Director Brian Mills
Previous episode 8th June 1997
Next episode 11th June 1997



Angie is bothered by the way she and Chris keep drifting into bed together just because they share a house. She feels it's too convenient. Kevin is uncomfortable with Natalie kissing him in the garage when Sally is across the Street. She is pleased when he assures her he still thinks of her all the time. Maud suspects that Maureen has a new boyfriend and is horrified to discover she went to the ballet with Fred. Deirdre is pleased when Jon tells her he's glad he's found out about Ken and her past. Judy tells her doctor, Mr Hutton, that when she was sixteen she had an abortion and fears that is why she can't conceive as she had an infection afterwards. Rita is pleased to see Sally back. Maud warns Maureen that Fred must be after the shop. Natalie is tormented by the thought of Kevin having sex with Sally. Kevin promises that they'll have a day together at the weekend. Deirdre tells Jon that the only feeling she has for Ken is pity as his life is so bad. Bill offers to babysit so Sally and Kevin can go away for the weekend together. Sally is surprised when Kevin isn't keen on the idea. Jon spends the night with Deirdre. Jack tells Rita about his money problems and asks her to lend him £17,000. She is stunned.



Guest cast

  • Mr Hutton - Rupert Bates


  • Viewing Figures: UK broadcast - 14,760,000 viewers (2nd place - combined figure including repeat).
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