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Episode number 6827
ITV broadcast date 28th May 2008
Production code P694/6827
Writer Simon Crowther
Director Pip Short
Previous episode 26th May 2008
Next episode 30th May 2008



After the drama of the last few days Norris is keen to install some security measures. Rita is not convinced that CCTV is necessary but there is no stopping Norris who is determined that big brother will be watching everything that goes on in the street.

When Kenzie and his gang target Roy in the café he sends them packing once more, but this time Darryl and Jerry hear what is going on and take chase. But the effort is too much for Jerry who collapses in pain. Darryl continues with the chase but a concerned Roy insists Jerry take some time out in the Rovers to recover. Despite insisting he is fine it is clear that Jerry is in a bad way. He manages to make it to the gents but collapses once more and the concerned regulars insist on calling for an ambulance. Darryl arrives just in time as his dad falls unconcious.

Chesney meanwhile picks the wrong moment to gather the courage to ask Kayleigh out - with her dad in hospital, and her guilt at knowing who put him there, the last thing she wants to talk about is dating Chesney.

Elsewhere Deirdre is stunned at the bill for the bathroom work and even more annoyed when Ken insists on paying it. Tina visits David and tells him she fancies trying her hand at hairdressing.



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  • One-hour episode.
  • Viewing Figures: First UK broadcast - 9,230,000 viewers (10th place).
May 2008 episodes
Fri 2ndSun 4th • Mon 5th (1 2) • Wed 7th • Fri 9th (1 2) • Mon 12th (1 2) • Wed 14th
Fri 16th (1 2) • Mon 19th (1 2) • Fri 23rd (1 2) • Sun 25th • Mon 26th (1 2) • Wed 28th • Fri 30th (1 2)

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