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Episode 5341
Episode 5341
Production code P694/5341
ITV transmission date 16th September 2002 (Monday - Part 2)
Script editor Kim Crowther
Story editor Nick West
Story associates Mark Bickerton
Josie Burke
Maxine Evans
Jane Hudson
Bryan Kirkwood
Writer Martin Allen
Designer Julian Perkins
Director Tim O'Mara
Executive Producer Carolyn Reynolds
Producer Kieran Roberts
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PlotEdit

Joe is looking for Dev - he's very angry. Peter tells Shelley he's been invited to a reunion with his old mates from the Navy. Audrey is amazed to find she's left the radio on at home and tells Gail and Richard that she's worried about her memory. He is quietly pleased that his plan is working. Maxine tells Ashley that Doreen is filing for divorce from Derek. Ashley is secretly pleased as he hopes this will mean she'll get her own place to live. Geena has it out with Joe and he promises there'll be no more lies in future. Toyah's Chair wins first prize and Toyah gets £500. Les turns up at the exhibition and at first is proud that Toyah has used his chair, until someone points out that it stands for the yob culture of today. Les is very upset and hurt by Toyah. Audrey tells Gail that she's concerned about David who seems very quiet. Joe bumps into Dev in the Rovers and throws a punch at him. A fight ensues. Geena tells Joe that she can't trust him anymore and finishes with him. Joe's gutted.

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Notable dialogueEdit

Toyah Battersby (explaining Les's Chair): "It's a statement on the decline of working class culture. When you think of what it used to be like - community living, self improvement, people like D.H. Lawrence educating himself from nothing, the unemployment marches of the thirties - well, all that's gone now and all you are left with is, well, emptiness."

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