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Episode number 6062
ITV broadcast date 3rd July 2005
Production code P694/6062
Writer Stephen Russell
Director Tessa Hoffe
Previous episode 1st July 2005
Next episode 4th July 2005



Jamie's staying with Leanne in Janice's flat. Janice moans the flat's too crowded. Danny apologises to Jamie and asks him to move back home. Jamie's unimpressed and suggests to Leanne they should get a place together.

Emily and Rita are seriously worried when they read in Norris's novel that Naurice proposes to Emilia or Riba and that if they reject him he plans to kill himself. Norris tells Rita he can hide his feelings no longer and proposes to her. Rita declines. Disappointed, Norris asks Emily instead. Emily accepts concerned he might otherwise try and kill himself. Norris is horrified. However, Rita and Emily continue to read Norris's novel on the sly only to find he's tricked them and it was a wind-up on his behalf.

Ashley fixes up a practice boxing match for Fred with Diggory Compton, but Diggory knocks Fred out in round one. Fred tells Ashley he's pulled out of the boxing match with Eddie and instead arranged for Ashley to fight Eddie's son, Marvin. Ashley's horrified pointing out Marvin is the East Lancashire featherweight amateur boxing champion.

Elsewhere, Sean and Fiz take Schmeichel to see Tim the vet. Sean becomes completely tongue tied and fails to find out whether Tim is gay or straight. Jessie and Joanne have fallen out but refuse to discuss it.



Regular cast

Guest cast

  • Tim the Vet - Edward MacLiam
July 2005 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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