Episode 3715
Production code P694/2715
ITV transmission date 22nd June 1994 (Wednesday)
Story associates Gillian Creswell
Jan McVerry
Gary Brown
Writer Frank Cottrell Boyce
Designer Christopher Walker
Director Gareth Morgan
Executive Producer Carolyn Reynolds
Producer Sue Pritchard
Previous episode 20th June 1994
Next episode 24th June 1994


Curly begs Liz to take Steve back - he's fed up with having only pink shirts to wear. Maureen tells Maud that she had no right seeing Reg off all those years ago as she did much worse with Danny Kennedy. She accuses Maud of never letting her be young and is angry that Maud obviously enjoyed her youth. Maud refuses to regret her love for Danny or their child. Liz is fed up with Jim and Steve ignoring each other and her acting as a go-between. Ken is put out when Denise goes to an NCT meeting without him. He tells her that he wants to be completely involved and tells her that he'd like to marry her. Percy and Maud agree to remain friends. Maureen rows with Percy for passing judgement on Maud - if Wilfred could forgive why can't he? Curly is amazed as all the women at work treat him better because of his pink shirt. Rita decides she must lay Alan Bradley's ghost to rest and agrees to go to Blackpool with the Websters. Denise tells Ken that she can't marry him. He accepts that but maintains he wants to make some commitment to her. He accuses her of making him a laughing stock and ruining his reputation. She tells him it's obvious he doesn't care about her and walks out. He races after her and shouts at her in the Street, to Don's delight.


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