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Episode 5536
Episode 5536
Production code P694/5536
ITV transmission date 2nd July 2003 (Wednesday)
Script editor Gareth Philips
Jane Hudson
Story editor Colin Steven
Story associates Mark Bickerton
Bryan Kirkwood
David Millard
Jane Pearson
Nazrin Choudhury
Writer John Fay
Designer Julian Perkins
Director Eugene Ferguson
Executive Producer Carolyn Reynolds
Producer Kieran Roberts
Previous episode 30th June 2003
Next episode 4th July 2003


Sarah enquires about the part-time job at Roy’s Rolls. Tracy tells Bev that she can pull any man she wants. She bets Bev that she can get Roy into bed. Hayley is upset to hear that her Aunty Monica has had a stroke. Audrey is concerned to find Archie sitting on the bench outside the salon looking unwell. The girls set off on Shelley's hen night. Bev is annoyed when Maria turns up but Tracy invited her. Curly calls to see Emma. He tells her that he loves her and reiterates that he's willing to move to Newcastle. Emma is worried that he's just lonely. Tracy is jealous when a lad called Bob Cummings chats up Shelley and dances with her. Roy is concerned when Sally tells him that Hayley was crying about her Aunty when she left to go on the hen night. Roy decides he must follow her and bring her home. Bob starts getting too friendly with Shelley and she tells him where to go. Bob tells his mate Phil Crane that he's going to get Shelley into bed. He explains to Phil how he's going to slip rohypnol powder into her drink.


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  • TV Times synopsis: Shelley is plunged into danger on her hen night; Bev is shocked by Tracy's unusual wager; and Curly makes one last desperate attempt to save his marriage.
  • Viewing Figures: UK broadcast - 12,000,000 viewers (2nd place).
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