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2008
Episode number 6904
ITV broadcast date 15th September 2008
(Monday - Part 1)
Production code P694/6904
Writer Julie Jones
Director Terry Dyddgen-Jones
Previous episode 12th September 2008
Next episode 15th September 2008

Contents

Plot

Jerry is less-than-impressed that Teresa has managed to weedle her way back into the house through the kids and when he finds her baking cakes, he immediately thinks the worst and tries to throw her out. Mel is devastated when she arrives home to hear Jerry lambasting Teresa for trying to kill him. Incredulous, Mel goes straight into police officer mode and arrests her mum for attempted murder.

Fiz feels awkward about the fact that she is back with John and asks Julie to keep it a secret from their workmates. Julie agrees but Fiz had not banked on John telling the world about them getting back together and turning up at work armed with a large bouquet of flowers.

Becky is desperate for her and Jason to get a place of their own but he's not the sharpest tool in Bill's box and doesn't notice that she is dropping heavy hints.

Meanwhile, Dev is worried when he gets a mysterious invitation to Prem's house for dinner.

Harry is already bored with Clarissa and wastes no time in heading over to the Rovers for a quick drink. Hiding in the back yard, he convinces Liz to serve him but she points out that if he is going to make this a regular thing he will need to get a spy to watch out for the missus.

Cast

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Regular cast

Guest cast

September 2008 episodes
Mon 1st (1 2) • Wed 3rd • Fri 5th (1 2) • Mon 8th (1 2) • Wed 10th • Fri 12th (1 2) • Mon 15th (1 2)
Wed 17th • Fri 19th (1 2) • Mon 22nd (1 2) • Wed 24th • Fri 26th (1 2) • Mon 29th (1 2)

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