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2001
Episode number 5097
ITV broadcast date 22nd August 2001 (Wednesday)
Production code P694/5097
Writer Jayne Hollinson
Director Colin Cant
Previous episode 20th August 2001
Next episode 24th August 2001

Contents

Plot

Fiz calls to see Roy. Roy is feeling very down and seems to be neglecting himself and the flat. Fiz tells him he needs to be strong for Hayley's sake. Eileen refuses to go back to work until she gets an apology from Karen. She doesn't get one and is shocked to learn that Karen has now got her old job back. Sally asks Martin to keep away as it's unfair on Gail. Martin agrees. However Sally realises she can't live without him and calls round to his flat. They kiss passionately. Roy visits Hayley and tells her about visiting Sheila Hayes. Richard sorts out Audrey's inherited money for her. Eve admits to Fred that she's lost her job. She didn't tell him before because she knew that he would insist on paying for things and she didn't want to appear a gold-digger. Stan Wagstaff who has the allotment next to Jack says he'll work Jack's allotment for him and from the potatoes he grows he'll make Irish Moonshine Whisky. Jack agrees. Wayne calls to see Roy. Roy explains that they aren't allowed to see each other and that Hayley is in prison. Wayne leaves feeling very troubled.

Cast

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Regular cast

Guest cast

Notes

  • Viewing Figures: UK broadcast - 12,010,000 viewers (6th place – combined figure including repeat).
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