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|ITV transmission date||19th December 1984 (Wednesday)|
|Stories by|| Tom Elliott|
|Executive Producer||Bill Podmore|
|Previous episode||17th December 1984|
|Next episode||24th December 1984|
Percy feels that Bill will treat Elaine like a drudge. Elaine asks Bill to win Percy round. Bet asks Mike for a £5,000 loan so that she can buy the Rovers and he tells her that he'll see his accountant. Bill tells Percy he is good enough for Elaine; he loves her. Alf is sad to hear that Rita is going out with Tony Cunliffe. Gordon tells Bet that the brewery wants a manager, not a tenant and she doesn't stand a chance as she hasn't got enough experience. Percy gives Elaine his blessing. She goes to Southampton to look over a Salon. Rita tells Tony she's not going to Knutsford; she's not over Len yet. Jack sends his application in to the brewery. Bet decides to apply to manage the Rovers. Kevin tells Bill that he's not going to Southampton.
- Kevin Webster - Michael Le Vell
- Debbie Webster - Sue Devaney
- Bill Webster - Peter Armitage
- Bet Lynch - Julie Goodyear
- Hilda Ogden - Jean Alexander
- Betty Turpin - Betty Driver
- Gail Tilsley - Helen Worth
- Jack Duckworth - William Tarmey
- Rita Fairclough - Barbara Knox
- Phyllis Pearce - Jill Summers
- Curly Watts - Kevin Kennedy
- Terry Duckworth - Nigel Pivaro
- Alf Roberts - Bryan Mosley
- Mike Baldwin - Johnny Briggs
- Percy Sugden - Bill Waddington
- Coronation Street exterior
- Rovers Return Inn - Public and hallway
- 7 Coronation Street - Downstairs rooms
- 11 Coronation Street - Hallway
- Community Centre flat - Living room
- Jim's Cafe
- TV Times synopsis: Bill Webster's plans for his family's future hit trouble when son Kevin delivers shock news. There's a mystery at the Rovers when a newspaper goes missing. Who took it - and why?
- Viewing Figures: First UK broadcast - 18,250,000 viewers (2nd place).
|December 1984 episodes|
|Mon 3rd • Wed 5th • Mon 10th • Wed 12th • Mon 17th • Wed 19th • Mon 24th • Wed 26th • Mon 31st|