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Episode number 7032
ITV broadcast date 13th March 2009
(Friday - Part 2)
Production code P694/7032
Writer Debbie Oates
Director Stuart Davids
Previous episode 13th March 2009
Next episode 16th March 2009



Roy and Hayley are desperately trying to get Becky to the wedding but while they're at the factory trying to fix the dress, Becky hears about the fight that Karen and Tracy had on the roof. High on champagne and adrenalin, she heads for the roof herself and bursts into song, spraying the street with champagne.

Meanwhile, Steve is becoming increasingly worried about Becky's whereabouts, but is relieved when she eventually arrives at the register office - despite having to be held up by Roy. The registrar however refuses to carry through with the ceremony because of Becky's condition.

Back at the Rovers, Liz and Lloyd wait excitedly for the newlyweds to arrive and Liz is thrilled when Lloyd publicly announces that Liz is his girlfriend.

One couple still struggling to get things back to normal are Joe and Gail. She pleads with him to give the relationship another go and tells him she knows all about his depression, but Joe doesn't seem to want to listen.

Elsewhere, as Luke, Maria and Tom meet to discuss the future of Lad Rags, Tony walks in and is angry to discover that his nemesis is trying to muscle in on another business. Tony decides to offer Maria some business advice of his own and she is surprisingly receptive, apologising for thinking badly of him in the past.



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March 2009 episodes
Mon 2nd (1 2) • Wed 4th • Fri 6th (1 2) • Mon 9th (1 2) • Wed 11th • Fri 13th (1 2) • Mon 16th (1 2)
Wed 18th • Fri 20th (1 2) • Mon 23rd (1 2) • Wed 25th • Fri 27th (1 2) • Mon 30th (1 2)

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