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2005
Episode number 6074
ITV broadcast date 18th July 2005
(Monday - Part 2)
Production code P694/6074
Writer John Fay
Director Alan Wareing
Previous episode 18th July 2005
Next episode 20th July 2005

Contents

Plot

Bev's disbelieving about Shelley's plastic surgery until Shelley thrusts the receipt from the hospital in front of her. Shelley throws Bev out in front of everyone. Charlie insists they should leave for Scotland but Shelley refuses. Charlie's fuming calling her a miserable cow. He storms out saying he's leaving. Deirdre tries to console a distraught Bev.

The locals in the bar can hear Shelley sobbing on the stairs. Violet goes to see if she's okay but Shelley screams at her to leave her alone.

Charlie changes his mind realising how pleased Bev will be if he leaves. He returns and Shelley's pitifully grateful. Charlie goes to see Bev. Menacingly he tells her how he knows she's been phoning his clients. Bev goads him hoping he'll hit her but Charlie's too clever to fall for it and enjoys telling her how he keeps Shelley like a caged bird who's grateful for everything he does. Bev's terrified of him.

Meanwhile, Sean pretends he's got a dog called Bella-Sinead and arranges to meet Tim on Sunday to go for a walk with the dog. He arranges to borrow a dog, Butch, from Kirk so he can pretend it's his.

Sean gives Betty a new kitten to replace Marmaduke. Kirk tells Maria there's no way they're selling the kennels.

Cast

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Regular cast

Guest cast

  • Tim White - 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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