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2006
Episode number 6218
ITV broadcast date 30th January 2006
(Monday - Part 2)
Production code P694/6218
Writer Debbie Oates
Director Neil Alderton
Previous episode 30th January 2006
Next episode 1st February 2006

Contents

Plot

Dev is walking on air thinking that he and Sunita now have a future together. Shelley and Violet are appalled when Sunita announces she's going to get back with Dev for the sake of their children. Sunita breaks down, admitting to Shelley she can't play happy families with Dev as she doesn't trust him. She decides it's best if she moves back to her family.

Tyrone continues to work on the burger van. He's worried what Maria will think of it but Molly's supportive and tells him he's doing a great job. Molly draws up a business plan for Tyrone so that he can impress Maria.

Clifford goes for a drink with Roy and Hayley. He tells Roy he's the only fellow pupil who doesn't hate him. Roy and Hayley help drunken Clifford into a cab.

Meanwhile, Fred visits Stacy and is appalled to find she's been beaten up. Stacy explains she was pulling her last Thai bride scam, intending to then go straight when the man attacked her. Fred admits to Rita he's been to see Stacy and tells her what's happened. Rita warns him to stay away from Stacy as she's already conned him once.

Ronnie enjoys winding Tracy up by telling her they can't baby sit for Amy as they're going clubbing. Steve's worried that Tracy will be out for revenge.

Cast

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Regular cast

Guest cast

January 2006 episodes
Sun 1st • Mon 2nd (1 2) • Wed 4thFri 6thSun 8th • Mon 9th (1 2) • Wed 11thFri 13thSun 15th
Mon 16th (1 2) • Wed 18thFri 20thSun 22nd • Mon 23rd (1 2) • Wed 25thFri 27thSun 29th • Mon 30th (1 2)

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