Episode 5700
Episode 5700
Production code P694/5700
ITV transmission date 25th February 2004 (Wednesday)
Script editor Gareth Philips
Simon Stallworthy
Story associates Mark Bickerton
Bryan Kirkwood
Jane Pearson
Lyn Papadopoulos
Cathianne Hall
Helen Nugent
Writer Stephen Russell
Designer Julian Perkins
Director Tony Prescott
Executive Producer Carolyn Reynolds
Producer Kieran Roberts
Previous episode 23rd February 2004
Next episode 27th February 2004


The next morning, Maya tries to apologise to Dev but he's adamant that their relationship is over. Jason takes the mickey out of Bev's age, unaware that she's listening. Trying to be kind, Charlie tells her that her age wasn't the problem, but he's seeing someone else. Sally asks an unenthusiastic Kevin to sell Rosie's Grease tickets to his customers. Maria and Gail battle over ironing Nick's shirts. Todd tells Sarah that he's going for a permanent porter's job at the hospital. Jason is horrified when Harry and Eileen pretend to be in the throes of a passionate affair. Vera puts the thought in Bev's mind that Deirdre is a man-eater. Bev jumps to the conclusion that Deirdre is the woman that Charlie is after. Dev and Mike discuss Maya - Mike advises Dev that any woman worth having has to have a bit of danger about her. Nick tells Maria that he's applying for a better-paid job. Gail tries to dissuade him. Deirdre takes offence when Bev insinuates she's up to no good with Charlie. Dev is about to finish with Maya for good. She talks him round and he admits that he loves her and needs adventure in his life. She tearfully accepts his marriage proposal.


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Notable dialogueEdit

Cilla Brown: "Ooh, I love Grease, me! Go on, we'll have a couple of tickets."
Sally Webster: "You? After what you did to Rita? You can get stuffed! I'd rather it were empty than have a pie-faced slapper like you in!"


Jason Grimshaw: "Are you two... erm, well ya know?"
Harry Flagg: "If you mean have we started a relationship, then erm... yes, I'm happy to say we have."
Eileen Grimshaw: "Although, it's not strictly a relationship. It's more a raw, animal-passion thing!"
Harry Flagg: "Grrrr!"
Eileen Grimshaw: "Look, I know you don't like to think of your old mum having sex but I have my needs - and I'm happy to say that Harry is man enough to quench them!"
Harry Flagg: "Gladly!"


Vera Duckworth (about Deirdre Rachid): "She could fill a Sunday paper on her own. There's a lot goes on behind them glasses that you don't know about."

February 2004 episodes
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