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Episode number 6644
ITV broadcast date 17th September 2007
(Monday - Part 1)
Production code P694/6644
Writer Chris Fewtrell
Director Duncan Foster
Previous episode 16th September 2007
Next episode 17th September 2007



David is babysitting Bethany when Sarah goes to see the wedding photographer, but his attention is not focused on her as he sits in the garden chatting to Darryl.

However, when he goes inside and finds the doll that he'd hidden the ecstasy pills in in pieces and the tablets strewn across the floor, he's horrified and fears the worst. He frantically tries his best to bring the tablet up by making Beth sick with salt water and when Sarah arrives home he urges her to get Beth seen to. Sarah's not worried until Beth starts convulsing and immediately calls an ambulance.

Tyrone's forced to apologise but knows that Paul is playing a game and is frustrated that he has no proof and Paul seems to be outplaying him at every step. Meanwhile, at the restaurant, Leanne is suspicious when she overhears Paul telling the bank to send all future correspondence to the restaurant not his home address.

Roy and Hayley are drifting further apart as Hayley can't help feeling upset about Christian and Roy's lack of compassion. Hayley's not herself in the factory and everyone's shocked when she snaps at them all to stop gossiping and get on with their work.

Elsewhere, Violet is left on her own again as Sean goes on another date with Marcus. She goes to the pub for some company and finds Jamie there...



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September 2007 episodes
Sun 2nd • Mon 3rd (1 2) • Wed 5thFri 7thSun 9th • Mon 10th (1 2) • Wed 12thSun 16th
• Mon 17th (1 2) • Wed 19thFri 21stSun 23rd • Mon 24th (1 2) • Wed 26thSun 30th

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