Episode 6125
Production code P694/6125
ITV transmission date 26th September 2005
(Monday - Part 1)
Script editor Jenny White
Anita Turner
Story editor Bryan Kirkwood
Story associates Jane Pearson
Lyn Papadopoulos
Cathianne Hall
Martin Sterling
Writer Julie Jones
Designer Julian Perkins
Director Kay Patrick
Producer Tony Wood
Previous episode 25th September 2005
Next episode 26th September 2005


Les is guilt-ridden in the knowledge he injured Francis Rossi twenty years ago. Cilla's fed up and determined they're going to sue Status Quo. Janice is like a dog with a bone wanting to know who Leanne is having an affair with. Liz starts work at the bakers. Diggory is all over her and even pats her bottom. Gail's feeling great after her session with Phil. She tells him Sarah's willing to talk to him about Richard Hillman too. She's disappointed when Phil says he can't stay to supper. Les is upset when Schmeichel swallows his "lucky putty". Kelly's bought two tickets for Lloyd's favourite jazz group. She's put out when he says he can't make it as he's got a darts match. Leanne cheekily arranges to meet Danny at the flat by writing him a note and passing it to him in the café. Kelly's upset to discover Lloyd is lying about the darts match as The Junction don't even have a darts team. Liz lays down some rules to Diggory and tells him to keep his hands to himself. Sean tells Eileen that Phil's bought her a foot spa. Eileen's unimpressed. Leanne and Danny are getting passionate on the sofa when Janice arrives home and catches them red-handed.


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