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2005
Episode number 6075
ITV broadcast date 20th July 2005
(Wednesday)
Production code P694/6075
Writer David Lane
Director Alan Wareing
Previous episode 18th July 2005
Next episode 22nd July 2005

Contents

Plot

Bev reports Charlie to the police for forcing his way into her flat and for threatening behaviour. A policeman turns up in the Rovers to question Charlie. He tells them how Bev broke into his yard and stole invoices and letters. Bev gets a ticking off from the police and is told she's lucky Charlie doesn't want to press charges for theft. Bev's beside herself knowing Charlie's won again.

Ciaran tells Charlie what he thinks of him for the way he treats Shelley. They end up fighting. Shelley arrives, threatens to call the police and throws Ciaran out.

Maria and Kirk visit their parents at the kennels. Maria says she wants to sell the business and use the money to buy a hair salon but Kirk doesn't want to sell. Maria's shocked when Eric and Dot announce they want the kennels to stay in the family so they're handing the whole business over to Kirk. She gets nothing.

Meanwhile, Chesney gets Nathan to fix Blanche's electric buggy and then he and Sophie ride on it up and down the ginnel. Ken tells them off.

Ken and Bob engineer a meal together with Deirdre and Liz. Deirdre and Liz agree to put their differences aside and they all have a great evening.

Elsewhere, Sean offers to find another home for Betty's kitten as it's tiring her out.

Cast

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Regular cast

Guest cast

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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