Des is disturbed by his feelings for Liz whilst she feels guilty over her feelings. He tells her that he isn't going to forget the kiss as it was wonderful. Kevin is infuriated by Barry Halstead and his passion for punctuality. Des feels he should keep out of Liz's way and contemplates asking Sean for a transfer. He kisses Liz, telling her that he couldn't keep their relationship business only. Kevin gets angry when Barry refuses to be flexible and goes home rather than finish a job. He sacks Barry. Liz tells Des they must remain platonic friends but he tries to break down her defences. The Rovers play five-a-side with Nick standing in on the team. Fiona is attracted to Tony Horrocks who plays against them. Jim cooks Liz a special meal to show her that he loves her but she feels too guilty to enjoy it. Watching the football, Phyllis is accosted by the Flasher. She screams and beats him into submission with her handbag until he is caught. Fiona is pleased when Tony buys her a drink. Reg is delighted to hear that the Flasher has been caught. He tells Maureen that they can now go to Lowestoft.
- Des Barnes - Philip Middlemiss
- Andy McDonald - Nicholas Cochrane
- Jim McDonald - Charles Lawson
- Liz McDonald - Beverley Callard
- Kevin Webster - Michael Le Vell
- Maureen Holdsworth - Sherrie Hewson
- Reg Holdsworth - Ken Morley
- Maud Grimes - Elizabeth Bradley
- Nick Tilsley - Warren Jackson
- Percy Sugden - Bill Waddington
- Fiona Middleton - Angela Griffin
- Denise Osbourne - Denise Black
- Maxine Heavey - Tracy Shaw
- Deirdre Rachid - Anne Kirkbride
- Phyllis Pearce - Jill Summers
- Martin Platt - Sean Wilson
- Bill Webster - Peter Armitage
- Alma Baldwin - Amanda Barrie
- Sally Webster - Sally Whittaker
- Tony Horrocks - Lee Warburton
- Coronation Street exterior
- Rovers Return Inn - Public
- 11 Coronation Street - Back room/kitchen
- Corner Shop - Shop and stockroom
- MVB Motors
- Rosamund Street
- Skinner's Bookies
- Jim's Cafe
- 5-a-side football pitch
- First appearance of Tony Horrocks.
- This episode was transmitted at 9.30pm by Ulster Television, Border Television, Scottish Television and Grampian Television to allow for coverage of European football.
- TV Times synopsis: The flasher claims his latest victim.
- Viewing Figures: UK broadcast - 15,460,000 viewers (6th place - combined figure including repeat).
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