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|ITV transmission date||22nd September 2000 (Friday)|
|Script editor||Di Burrows|
|Story editor||Mariam Vossough|
|Story associates|| Nick West|
|Previous episode||20th September 2000|
|Next episode||24th September 2000|
Martin tries to get his family to get along with each other for one day, but Gail tells him that she's sick of him being the voice of reason. Fred considers applying to be a magistrate. Discharged from hospital, Steve visits Jim on remand, furious with him for confessing. Jim explains that as he killed Jez he should take the punishment. Sarah hates the way that Gail takes over Bethany, making decisions about her without consulting her. Martin has enough of Gail snapping at everyone and rows with her. He tells her that he can't bear the insinuations and snide remarks. During their row, Sarah takes Bethany and leaves home. Sarah dumps herself and Bethany on the Croppers. She tells them that she can't cope with all the rows at home. Hayley is keen for them to stay but Roy doesn't approve. Gail is furious when Sarah tells her she's staying with the Croppers and threatens to go to social services if they force her to return home.
- Eileen Grimshaw - Sue Cleaver
- Vikram Desai - Chris Bisson
- Martin Platt - Sean Wilson
- David Platt - Jack P. Shepherd
- Gail Platt - Helen Worth
- Kevin Webster - Michael Le Vell
- Dennis Stringer - Charles Dale
- Tyrone Dobbs - Alan Halsall
- Natalie Barnes - Denise Welch
- Fred Elliott - John Savident
- Rita Sullivan - Barbara Knox
- Norris Cole - Malcolm Hebden
- Jim McDonald - Charles Lawson
- Steve McDonald - Simon Gregson
- Sarah Platt - Tina O'Brien
- Hayley Cropper - Julie Hesmondhalgh
- Candice Stowe - Nikki Sanderson
- Toyah Battersby - Georgia Taylor
- Vera Duckworth - Elizabeth Dawn
- Roy Cropper - David Neilson
- Duggie Ferguson - John Bowe
- Betty Williams - Betty Driver
- Rovers Return Inn - Public
- 8 Coronation Street - Downstairs rooms and garden
- The Kabin
- Coronation Street Garage
- Victoria Street
- Roy's Rolls
- 16a Victoria Street - Living room/kitchen
- Strangeways Jail - Visiting room
- After almost forty years this was the final episode to regularly feature scrolling credits. From the next day ITV began displaying credits on a right hand panel to enable "End Credit Promotions" to be displayed over the majority of the screen. Scrolling credits would still appear occasionally however during autumn 2000.
- TV Times synopsis: There's trouble in the Platt household. Fred decides to apply to become a magistrate.
- Viewing Figures: UK broadcast - 12,650,000 viewers (6th place - combined figure including repeat).
|September 2000 episodes|
|Fri 1st • Sun 3rd • Mon 4th • Wed 6th • Fri 8th • Sun 10th • Mon 11th • Wed 13th • Fri 15th
Sun 17th • Mon 18th • Wed 20th • Fri 22nd • Sun 24th • Mon 25th • Wed 27th • Fri 29th