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Episode number 6914
ITV broadcast date 29th September 2008
(Monday - Part 1)
Production code P694/6914
Writer Jayne Hollinson
Director Kay Patrick
Previous episode 26th September 2008
Next episode 29th September 2008



A worried Sally discovers that Rosie hasn't been home all night and discusses her disappearance with Kevin and Bill. Kevin is convinced that she has done it on purpose to wind them up but Sally isn't sure. Sally tries to call her on her mobile, but she gets no reply.

Meanwhile, Tony is tense and nervy following the events of the previous night as he tells Carla about Rosie trying to seduce him at the hotel spa. Carla then discovers that Rosie is missing and she can't help but be troubled by Tony's behaviour. When Kevin finds out that Tony was the last person to see his daughter he hits the roof.

Leanne and Janice finally have their bank card for the forged account and still can't quite believe that the scam has worked. Janice tells Roger how much money she has 'inherited' and when Dan mentions to Leanne that he'd like to buy the bookies off his dad, a plan begins to form in her mind.

Finlay and Kayleigh are excitedly packing for their trip to Spain but Mel wonders when Jerry is going to break the news to them that they aren't coming back. Darryl, meanwhile, makes it clear to his dad that he wants to stay in Weatherfield. As Jerry and the kids prepare to leave, Gail is the only resident who knows that the family are leaving for good.



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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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