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Episode number 5863
ITV broadcast date 8th October 2004
Production code P694/5863
Writer Chris Parker
Director Colin Cant
Previous episode 6th October 2004
Next episode 10th October 2004



Karen's furious as Steve fusses over Amy. She threatens to phone social services but Steve stops her pointing out they wouldn't be interested as Amy's with her father. Tracy's spent the night with Ciaran. Ciaran's gutted when he finally admits he's going to have to sell the restaurant. When Tracy refuses to collect Amy saying she's going into town, Karen throws Amy's dirty nappy after her.

Karen's pleased despite herself, when Sarah compliments her on how good with Amy she is. Steve tries to return Amy to Tracy but Tracy wriggles out of it and Steve's left with Amy for another night. He lies to Karen saying he couldn't find Tracy. Despondent Ciaran tells Tracy he's sold the restaurant for £60,000.

Shelley's put out when Fred introduces a new barmaid to the Rovers, Violet Wilson. Charlie's annoyed that Shelley wouldn't take him back and tells Jason he may pack up the business and leave. Jason's worried about his job. Jason and Violet spot each other in the Rovers. It's love (or lust) at first sight.

Charlie continues to blame Shelley's mistrust for the failure of their relationship. Shelley crumbles and agrees they should give it another go.

Elsewhere, Les is still in the doghouse with Cilla. He buys her a fake gold necklace to try and appease her but it gives her a rash.



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October 2004 episodes
Fri 1stSun 3rd • Mon 4th (1 2) • Wed 6thFri 8thSun 10th • Mon 11th (1 2) • Wed 13thFri 15th
Sun 17th • Mon 18th (1 2) • Wed 20thFri 22ndSun 24th • Mon 25th (1 2) • Wed 27thFri 29thSun 31st

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