Episode 4297
Episode 4297
Production code P694/4297
ITV transmission date 10th November 1997 (Monday)
Story/Script editor Ann McManus
Story associates Di Burrows
Jim O'Hanlon
Gareth Roberts
Mariam Vossough
Matthew Westwood
Writer Andy Armitage
Designer Julian Perkins
Director Mike Adams
Producer Brian Park
Previous episode 9th November 1997
Next episode 12th November 1997


Deirdre gets upset about not being able to have the house she wants because the vendors are stuck in a collapsing chain. Jon promises her that he'll make sure they get it. Maud doesn't want to sell to Fred but feels she doesn't have much choice. Fiona tells her family about how she slept with Jim. They can't understand why she won't get back together with Alan if he's told her that she's forgiven. Alan collects his things from Fiona's flat, saying he'll never understand how she slept with a sad old drunk like Jim. Natalie tells Kevin that she'd like them to move away from Weatherfield as she's sick of being seen as a marriage-wrecker. Jon tells Deirdre the house sale is on again. She is thrilled. Liz is distraught by the way no one will tell her why Jim stopped the wedding. She is stunned when Alan maliciously tells her that Fiona slept with Jim and he's the father of her baby. Maud is forced to accept Fred's offer of £62,200 for the shop, flat and stock. Fred celebrates the start of his chain of shops. Liz rows with Jim for sleeping with Fiona and is shocked when he tells her that he loves Fiona. She accuses him of leading her on and letting her believe they had a future. She runs off in tears when he tells her that they don't have any future.


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