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Episode 5685
Episode 5685
Production code P694/5685
ITV transmission date 4th February 2004 (Wednesday)
Story editor Gareth Philips
Simon Stallworthy
Story associates Mark Bickerton
Bryan Kirkwood
Jane Pearson
Lyn Papadopoulos
Lesley Westhead
Cathianne Hall
Writer David Lane
Designer Julian Perkins
Director Terry Dyddgen-Jones
Executive Producer Carolyn Reynolds
Producer Kieran Roberts
Previous episode 2nd February 2004
Next episode 6th February 2004


Norris puts up a sign "Closed due to Miscarriage of Justice" on The Kabin door. Janice distances herself from Les and offers her support to Rita. Fiz is frustrated at getting tarred with the same brush as her mother. Ashley admits to Nick that he misses Claire. Jason is horrified when Eileen pretends that she stayed out all night with Harry. Rita is released after apologising to the magistrates. Harry hasn't turned up for work, so a concerned Janice goes to his house to see him. Harry confides in her that today would have been the twenty-first birthday of his daughter Catherine, but she died from leukaemia when she was eighteen. They bond as Janice tells him about losing Dennis. Gordon Clegg turns up with a bunch of flowers for Betty's birthday. She moves back home telling Gordon that she knows the real reason he came to help her was to make sure for Caroline's sake that she wouldn't be moving down to Wimbledon. Cilla announces to the Rovers that she's going to sue Rita in the Civil courts. Janice tells Eileen about Harry's daughter. Steve makes plans all day and surprises Karen with her three new bridesmaids - Janice, Hayley and Fiz. She isn't pleased at the choice but Steve talks her round when he points out how well she will compare to them on the day. Rita shocks Norris and Emily with the news that she's selling The Kabin.


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Notable dialogueEdit

Norris Cole: "'A cell door slamming is a cell door slamming. I for one know how Nelson Mandela felt."


Gordon Clegg (to Cilla Brown): "'Call her an old bat again and you'll be wearing that pint, not drinking it."


Rita Sullivan: "'I've come to realise something: the world has changed. I'm a dinosaur, a relic of an age of decency and standards that don't exist in society any more."

February 2004 episodes
Sun 1st • Mon 2nd (1 2) • Wed 4thFri 6thSun 8th • Mon 9th (1 2) • Wed 11thFri 13thSun 15th
Mon 16th (1 2) • Wed 18thFri 20thSun 22nd • Mon 23rd (1 2) • Wed 25thFri 27thSun 29th

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