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Episode number 6779
ITV broadcast date 21st March 2008
(Friday - Part 2)
Production code P694/6779
Writer Peter Whalley
Director Stuart Davids
Previous episode 21st March 2008
Next episode 24th March 2008



The police question David about his past but David furiously denies the accusation that he pushed her down the stairs and tells them he was at Tina’s when Gail fell. Later, when David arrives at the hospital and Audrey and Bill admit they told the police that he might be responsible for the fall, Gail's outraged and tells them both to go. Meanwhile, the police have approached Tina for questioning.

Leanne is disappointed about the dismal offer the restaurateur made for Valandro's and heads to the Rovers to drown her sorrows. Paul has clearly fallen for her but Leanne is falling for Dan and when he asks her out later that night, Paul jealously watches on.

Fiz goes to see Chesney at the foster house and promises to sort everything out. Fiz apologises to Kirk and tells him he’s the one person in his life who’s always been there for him. She’s been too caught up in her own problems but promises to sort everything out.

As Becky finishes her shift she tells Roy she doesn’t fancy going home – she doesn’t have anything to go home for and asks if he wants to go the Rovers for a drink. At the pub, Roy surprises Becky when he asks if she'd like to move in as a lodger – Becky’s delighted.

Vernon gets his musician pals in to give him a quote for building the smokers shelter.



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March 2008 episodes
Mon 3rd (1 2) • Wed 5th • Fri 7th (1 2) • Mon 10th (1 2) • Wed 12th • Fri 14th (1 2) •
Mon 17th (1 2) • Wed 19th • Fri 21st (1 2) • Mon 24th (1 2) • Wed 26th • Fri 28th (1 2) • Mon 31st (1 2)

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