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Episode number 7036
ITV broadcast date 20th March 2009
(Friday - Part 1)
Production code P694/7036
Writer Mark Burt
Director Jerry Smith
Previous episode 18th March 2009
Next episode 20th March 2009



Luke and Tony continue to rub each other up the wrong way and Tony is determined to prevent Luke from buying out Tom and Maria's shares of Lad Rags. Tony's not best pleased when a customer complains about the quality of stitching on an order and wastes no time in blaming Luke for the shoddy workmanship. Tony's left floundering, however, when a smug Luke announces to the factory staff and Tony that he's bought out Carla's share of the business and is now their new boss.

Liz is furious when she overhears Lloyd chatting to Poppy and discovers that he's heading off to Ibiza with a gang of mates. Worst of all, he hadn't bothered to tell her about it! Lloyd tells Eileen about the row, but she has no sympathy - she isn't surprised by Liz's reaction, but refuses to get drawn into the argument.

Peter is amused at how many walks Ken is taking Eccles - and he's completely unaware that Eccles is merely a smokescreen for his clandestine visits to Martha. Ted, meanwhile asks Ken if he's come clean to Martha yet about the fact he's married.

A desperate Joe has a word with Len about his money problems and Len offers to put him in touch with a man who could help him out.

Elsewhere, Amber is thrilled to be offered a place at Kings College London; and Dev plans Tara's opening night party.



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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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