Episode 5826
Production code P694/5826
ITV transmission date 18th August 2004 (Wednesday)
Script editor Bryan Kirkwood
Jenny White
Story editor Mark Bickerton
Story associates Jane Pearson
Lyn Papadopoulos
Cathianne Hall
Veronica McKenzie
Jane Marlow
Writer Mark Burt
Designer Julian Perkins
Director Diana Patrick
Executive Producer Carolyn Reynolds
Producer Tony Wood
Previous episode 16th August 2004
Next episode 20th August 2004


Dev takes Sunita home from hospital. Tracy calls round to Ciaran's flat and dumps Amy on him. Before she leaves she hides the bag of money containing his £50,000 in Amy's pram as a joke. Frankie shouts at Leanne for telling Candice the truth about Warren's footballing career. Charlie persuades Deirdre and Liz to join the bowling team. They prove to be useless. Ciaran hands Amy over to Deirdre to look after who in turn hands her over to Roy. Ciaran and Tracy arrive in a panic and grab Amy and the pram from Roy. Ciaran gives Charlie £5,000 to start work on the restaurant. Leanne gets a job in the nightclub where Jamie works. She's taken on by lecherous Bobby Ockton. Roy tells Hayley about the money he saw in Amy's pram. He's suspicious as to how Tracy's got hold of thousands of pounds. Ciaran bets Jack £50 that they won't win the next bowls match. Sunita's done her flat out like a Bollywood film set. Dev apologises to her for mentioning marriage and rushing her. Sunita amazes him by proposing to him. They kiss.


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Notable dialogueEdit

Deirdre Rachid: "Now I know what the last turkey in the shop feels like!"
Liz McDonald: "Yeah, and I think we're about to get stuffed."

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