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Episode 4813
Episode 4813
Production code P694/4813
ITV transmission date 30th April 2000 (Sunday)
Script editor Di Burrows
Story editor Mariam Vossough
Story associates Nick West
Steve Hughes
Kathleen Beedles
Writer John Stevenson
Designer Julian Perkins
Director John Anderson
Producer Jane Macnaught
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PlotEdit

Convinced Dev was a better option than Duggie, Debs is confused when he gives her the brush-off the next morning. Natalie overhears Dev telling Aunty Maya the woman he was with last night wasn't wife material. Debs is devastated to hear how he feels about her. Meanwhile, Duggie tells Debs he saw her with Dev the night before. Curly's back from France and on course for his second date with Emma. He's ready to get on with his life and reveals to her the reason for his trip to France - his daughter. Emma is nonplussed by the news. They enjoy a romantic meal which ends in a tender kiss. Janice tells Vera there's someone outside to see her. Vera is surprised to find Jack decked out as a lollipop man. She's worried about his health but even more concerned to hear he'll be standing outside the local Betting Shop. Martin and Rebecca's flat-hunting begins, but they are soon faced with the grim reality of the accommodation on offer. Linda talks to Mike about the wedding preparations and is delighted when he gives her a gold credit card.

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NotesEdit

  • TV Times synopsis: Debs is upset to discover Dev's true feelings, and Martin is concerned about Rebecca's flat-hunting.
  • Viewing Figures: UK broadcast - 12,750,000 viewers (7th place - combined figure including repeat).
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