Episode 5636
Episode 5636
Production code P694/5636
ITV transmission date 30th November 2003 (Sunday)
Script editor Gareth Philips
Simon Stallworthy
Story associates Mark Bickerton
Bryan Kirkwood
David Millard
Jane Pearson
Lyn Papadopoulos
Christine Marshall
Writer Debbie Oates
Designer Julian Perkins
Director Kay Patrick
Executive Producer Carolyn Reynolds
Producer Kieran Roberts
Previous episode 28th November 2003
Next episode 1st December 2003


Liz is released on unconditional bail. Brenda Fearns asks Sarah and Todd if Bethany can stay with her that evening. Steve invites Liz to live with him and Karen. Bev blames Deirdre for losing her man yesterday in the wine bar. Shelley and Sunita plan to go out and get a sari for Sunita's wedding in the Rovers as Dev tells Sunita that he doesn't think Ciaran will go through with it. Liz argues with Karen over whether Liz is moving back to Weatherfield with them. Bet comes in with Steve later and tells Liz that Cecil Newton died. Dev tricks Ciaran into mocking Hindu wedding traditions in front of Sunita. Ashley and Claire are worried what Fred might say about their trip and also what people might think. Liz decides to go and live with Bet in Brighton. Brenda Fearns takes a picture of Bethany and puts it with many she has of Neil. Karen offers Steve an ultimatum - either Liz doesn't come to their wedding or the wedding is off.


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Notable dialogueEdit

Bet Lynch: "Well, I have to say in my time... I've been walked all over, slavered over, passed over an' all but keeled over? That's a new one on me."

November 2003 episodes
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