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Episode number 6934
ITV broadcast date 27th October 2008
(Monday - Part 1)
Production code P694/6934
Writer Martin Allen
Director Pip Short
Previous episode 24th October 2008
Next episode 27th October 2008



It’s the day of Liam's funeral and Maria isn't sure how she will get through the day. She decides to take Ozzy to the funeral to help her cope. Carla, meanwhile, doesn’t think she can attend the service at all but realises it won’t look good if she does. She tells Tony that she hasn’t cancelled the wedding, merely postponed it. But once she arrives at the funeral and the hymns start, she breaks down and has to leave the church.

Dev phones Tara to apologise for his attitude towards Amber the previous evening and to try to get things back on track but Nina arrives at the shop and threatens to tell Prem about their affair if he doesn’t end his relationship with her daughter. Dev decides that he can’t take that risk and confesses to Prem before Nina gets chance to tell all.

Becky goes to the police station to answer to her bail. She is cocky with DC Hooch when she realises that he is unable to charge her and she is a free woman. She swans off leaving him simmering with rage and vowing revenge.

Blanche is looking forward to her French trip, which is more than can be said for Deirdre. Meanwhile, Ken is worried about Peter and jumps every time the phone rings.

Elsewhere, Sally has to miss the funeral because the police have some new information about Rosie.



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October 2008 episodes
Wed 1st • Fri 3rd (1 2) • Mon 6th (1 2) • Wed 8th • Fri 10th (1 2) • Mon 13th (1 2) • Wed 15th
• Fri 17th (1 2) • Mon 20th (1 2) • Wed 22nd • Fri 24th (1 2) • Mon 27th (1 2) • Wed 29th • Fri 31st (1 2)

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