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Episode number 6858
ITV broadcast date 11th July 2008
(Friday - Part 2)
Production code P694/6858
Writer Carmel Morgan
Director Pip Banyard
Previous episode 11th July 2008
Next episode 14th July 2008



Steve is like a rabbit in the headlights as he tries to get to the bottom of what has been going on whilst he has been away. Lloyd doesn't want to face his questions and manages to avoid him for most of the day. Becky is not so lucky but she insists she is staying put and that he should just forget about what happened like she has.

Meanwhile Steve bumps into Maria and Liam who seem to know about the `proposal' and when he finally tracks down Lloyd he is fuming. Lloyd points out that he was under pressure and at least he didn't let on about Steve and Becky but Steve refuses to take responsibility – he doesn't want to get married again and he blames Lloyd for the whole thing.

Carla and Tony survey his business empire and he tells her he plans to make ten million quid and retire on his 42nd birthday – despite glitches like Kevin Webster. Carla is impressed and assures him that she wants to be around to celebrate that birthday with him.

Ken is apprehensive about his reunion and once there he starts to feel worse as he is forced to admit he still lives in the same house he has lived in all his life. He enjoys catching up with his old friends but it just highlights for him how little he has done with his life.



Regular cast

Guest cast

  • Clarky - Colin Prockter
  • Marion - Linda Marlowe


July 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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