Episode 5006
Episode 5006
Production code P694/5006
ITV transmission date 21st March 2001 (Wednesday)
Script editor Nick Malmholt
Story editor Nick West
Story associates Kathleen Beedles
Darren Fairhurst
Gareth Philips
Josie Burke
Writer Mariam Vossough
Designer Julian Perkins
Director Graham Wetherell
Executive Producer Jane Macnaught
Previous episode 19th March 2001
Next episode 23rd March 2001


Geena is fed up that Deirdre is back at Dev's flat. Mike books a holiday in Florida for him and Adam but Linda says she'll stay at home. Adam starts his new school and says it's better than Weatherfield Comprehensive. Fred tries to find out the secret sausage recipe from Boris Weaver but fails. David steals Sarah's diary. In the diary she fantasises about Sam. David confronts Sam who says that Sarah has made it up and tells David to put the diary back and not to mention it. David does as he's told. Duggie tells Fred and Mike that he thinks he's found a buyer for the Rovers - an old rugby playing friend of his. Dev blows Geena out for the second night on the trot saying he has to go to a family do. Curly finds out the truth about Ryan holding Emma hostage. He goes mad and punches Ryan. Emma helps pull him off. After a row they make up. Emma apologises for not telling him and Curly agrees to leave Ryan alone for now. Alma persuades Ken that he really does love Deirdre. Ken and Deirdre have an emotional reconciliation. Vik and Bobbi want to be on their own to they go to the flat above the shop as Vik still has some keys and he knows that Dev has thrown Peter out. They are shocked when they hear a woman's voice call out "Is that you Dev? You were amazing last night!"


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