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Episode 4710
Episode 4710
Production code P694/4710
ITV transmission date 3rd November 1999 (Wednesday)
Script editor Pamela Woods
Story editor Mariam Vossough
Story associates Steve Hughes
Nick West
Writer Martin Allen
Designer Julian Perkins
Director Garth Tucker
Producer Jane Macnaught
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PlotEdit

The Duckworths tell Tyrone that he can't carry on sleeping in the shed and must find Monica's rightful owner. Rita is stunned when Sharon tells her that she's married Ian. Rita is horrified and reminds her what a mess Ian left her in before. Les goes to the DSS and is amazed when Spider interviews him. He worries when rather than being matey, Spider questions him as to why he's signing on when he has a job. Rita tells Sharon she's a fool and accuses Ian of being a con-man. Sharon is sad that she can't be happy for her. Spider tells Les that he could go for prison for fraud but won't take the matter further if he gives him and Toyah his blessing. Les is forced to agree whilst Toyah demands he produces some of the money he's claimed for Janice. Steve invites Vik to join him on his booze run. Tyrone begs Vera to let him keep Monica, saying she's the first thing that's ever loved him in his life. Vera gives him a week to get rid. Rita rows with Sally for not talking Sharon out of marrying Ian.

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