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Episode 5193
Episode 5193
Production code P694/5193
ITV transmission date 11th January 2002 (Friday)
Script editor Kim Moore
Story editor Nick West
Story associates Darren Fairhurst
Josie Burke
Gareth Philips
Jane Hudson
Mark Bickerton
Writer Martin Allen
Designer Julian Perkins
Director Ian Bevitt
Executive Producer Jane Macnaught
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PlotEdit

Fred arranges for a sign painter to put Eve's name up over the Rovers' door now the temporary licence has arrived. Unfortunately he puts Betty's name up instead of Eve's by mistake. Eve is furious. Later he changes it to Eve. Dev and Geena set off for the airport on their way to Tobago. Geena's mum turns up to see them off and gives Geena an antique ring to wear. Vera is delighted when there is a knock at the door and it's Terry. He's been released as Julie Reardon went to the police and Terry is in the clear. Anita calls round at Ken's to work on her memoirs. She is wearing a low-cut dress and is very touchy feely. Ken decides to put her straight and tells her that he's happy with Deirdre. Anita takes offence and strops off telling him that he got the wrong end of the stick. Geena changes her mind and tells Dev that she doesn't want to get married in Tobago. She wants a big wedding with all her friends and family. Dev is devastated.

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