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2007
Episode number 6577
ITV broadcast date 15th June 2007
(Friday - Part 1)
Production code P694/6577
Writer Julie Jones
Director Pip Short
Previous episode 13th June 2007
Next episode 15th June 2007

Contents

Plot

Gail puts pressure on Jason to be very matey with David on his first day labouring. A humiliated David is annoyed when Bill and Jason tease him on site. Afterwards Jason tries 'the mate thing' with David. However, David tells Jason that he is not into girls but that he is gay.

Claire is still not sleeping and is becoming increasingly irritable and paranoid and doesn't want to leave the house. Ashley ends up snapping at her, insisting she can’t go on like this. Claire’s with Josh on the street when she spots a woman she thinks is Casey. She runs over, screaming that ‘she’s the woman who tried to kill me’. Josh is left stranded in the middle of the road, looking at an on coming car driven by Lloyd.

Kirk is really upset about Fiz and and John, and is given some advice by Cilla. Fiz suggests to Sally that Sophie was the one who vandalised the scooter. After questioning her daughter Sally discovers it was indeed her. Fiz apologises to Kirk over the scooter accusation and asks if they can still be friends.

Elsewhere, Jerry tells Lloyd he is annoyed about Eileen always talking to Street Cars customer Pat on the phone.

Cast

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Regular cast

Guest cast

  • Woman - Helen Rutter
June 2007 episodes
Fri 1stSun 3rd • Mon 4th (1 2) • Wed 6thFri 8thSun 10th • Mon 11th (1 2) • Wed 13th
Fri 15th (1 2) • Mon 18th (1 2) • Wed 20thFri 22ndSun 24th • Mon 25th (1 2) • Wed 27thFri 29th

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