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Episode 5351
Episode 5351
Production code P694/5351
ITV transmission date 30th 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 Ken Blakeson
Designer Julian Perkins
Director Alan Wareing
Executive Producer Carolyn Reynolds
Producer Kieran Roberts
Previous episode 30th September 2002
Next episode 2nd October 2002


Back at Lucy's flat, they chat about her travels. Peter is intrigued by her lifestyle. They kiss and go to the bedroom. "Bertie's Dream" wins the race, and Shelley calls Peter to tell him and he says he is in the bowling alley. The Rovers is packed. Joe happily watches Dev and Geena leave the Rovers and go back to his flat. Dev opens champagne and reminisces. Sarah asks Audrey if she can replace Candice's work experience at the salon. She goes and tells Candice that she cannot work in the salon. Candice is furious saying she did that so she could be closer to Aidan. Les and Kirk remove all clues indicating they are heterosexual. Toyah helps and tells them they should have a story to convince the council they are gay. Peter tells Lucy she is special and different but he feels guilty and doesn't want to hurt Shelley. They decide to see each other again, no strings attached. Dev gets drunk and Geena leaves saying she wants to take things slowly. Joe meets her outside. Geena is not happy about lying and says it will take time to get Dev to drop the charges against Joe. She is concerned how far Joe wants her to go and he tells her to go back to the flat. Peter goes home to Shelley who is already in bed.


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