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2000
Episode number 4852
ITV broadcast date 7th July 2000 (Friday)
Production code P694/4852
Writer Julie Gearey
Director David Kester and Ian Bevitt
Previous episode 5th July 2000
Next episode 9th July 2000

Contents

Plot

Emily is grateful when Spider stays with her. He admits to her that the spark has gone out of his and Toyah's relationship. Norris pushes Vera into a strict dance regime. Warren's mother, Paula Shipley, pays a visit to thank Gary and offers to take them to the Pleasure Beach - he accepts. Les decides to cash in on the local burglaries by buying a load of empty alarm boxes for people to put on their houses. Gary tells Paula about Judy's death. She tells him about her divorce. They enjoy each other's company. Alma visits Mike. He admits to her that he thought he was going to die and says he's not ready for that yet. Ken is thrilled when his disc is handed in at the Gazette. Tyrone determines to win Maria a cuddly toy at the fun fair but doesn't have any luck. Danny installs a burglar alarm system for Emily at No. 3. She tells Spider she won't be beaten by thugs and sends him back to the bedsit. Mike can't understand why Mark wants to throw away the opportunities he is giving him but Alma makes him see Mark is his own person. He realises she's right and tells alarmed Linda that Mark should go to Amsterdam.

Cast

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Guest cast

Notes

  • Viewing Figures: UK broadcast - 12,980,000 viewers (5th place – combined figure including repeat).
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