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Episode number 6936
ITV broadcast date 29th October 2008
Production code P694/6936
Writer Peter Whalley
Director Pip Short
Previous episode 27th October 2008
Next episode 31st October 2008



There’s a tense atmosphere at Tony and Carla’s flat as Carla insists to Tony that she is still going to go away for a while. They arrive at the factory and she sees the mess he made of the office the night before. She tells Tony that she is going to stay with a friend in LA and won’t give him a straight answer when he asks if they will still be getting married when she returns.

Sally and Kevin’s concerns for Rosie intensify when the police say that they have CCTV footage of someone using her bank card.

Ken is still desperate to hear from Peter but he can’t get any reply from his phone. But shortly after lunch, Peter arrives at the house with his son Simon in tow. He tells Ken that he didn’t hear anything from Lucy for five years until she called to tell him she was dying and she wanted him to look after Simon. Once the youngster is in bed, Ken takes Peter for a drink and it soon becomes clear that the last thing Peter wants is to be saddled with a child.

It appears DC Hooch is not about to let Becky get away with her drunken rampage and decides to pay Steve a visit at the pub. Steve covers with Michelle and tells her that it's Street Cars business. Hooch makes it clear to Steve that he needs to think long and hard before he jeopardises what he has with Michelle.



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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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