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Episode number 6792
ITV broadcast date 9th April 2008
Production code P694/6792
Writer Peter Whalley
Director Jerry Smith
Previous episode 7th April 2008
Next episode 11th April 2008



David has spent the night in a prison cell and and as he's questioned about his rampage by two police officers, he admits it was deliberate and is eerily calm as he admits to everything he's done. Audrey is stunned when Gail refuses to testify against him. He's charged with multiple counts of criminal damage and assault and is bailed to appear before the magistrates.

As they arrive home Gail again asks why he did what he did and David confesses to all the evil things he's done in the past. Gail's stunned and when David claims he feels like everyone's against him and he can't promise his behaviour will improve, she's at a loss as to what to do. Gail adamant they sort their problems out privately but David is determined to go to court.

Becky is flirting with builder Rick in the café and asks him to come over to the flat that night while Roy's at a Railway convention. However, when Roy returns early to find Becky and her man in his flat he's not impressed and infuriates Becky when he makes is disapproval known.

Roy expresses his concern about bats roosting in the new flats and Bill realises that it could mean serious trouble for their business if the site is closed for months. Tony tells Jason and Bill that if they don't sort the problem they can say goodbye to their contracts.



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April 2008 episodes
Wed 2nd • Fri 4th (1 2) • Mon 7th (1 2) • Wed 9th • Fri 11th (1 2) • Mon 14th (1 2) •
Wed 16th • Fri 18th (1 2) • Mon 21st (1 2) • Wed 23rd • Fri 25th (1 2) • Mon 28th (1 2) • Wed 30th

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