Episode 6207
Production code P694/6207
ITV transmission date 16th January 2006
(Monday - Part 1)
Script editor Anita Turner
Sarah Hunter
Story editor Bryan Kirkwood
Story associates Cathianne Hall
Martin Sterling
Gavin Blyth
Kim Millar
Hamish Wright
Writer Chris Fewtrell
Designer Julian Perkins
Director Duncan Foster
Producer Tony Wood
Previous episode 15th January 2006
Next episode 16th January 2006


Danny's shocked when get gets a letter from Frankie's solicitor starting divorce proceedings and demanding half of everything. Sunita arrives home with the twins. She refuses any help from Dev. Mike wonders where Adam is. Danny explains he's gone back to Scotland because of his row with Mike. Mike struggles to remember. Rosie and Craig meet secretly at No.13 while Sally and Kevin are out. Jack and Vera attend Hilary Sanders's art exhibition for the unveiling of their picture. Blanche and Roy go along and Blanche makes disparaging remarks about Hilary's work. Shelley, Hayley and Audrey call round to Sunita's flat and admire the twins. Sunita's already looking tired. Danny confides in Leanne that Mike's losing his marbles and in order to make sure he inherits the business he needs to get power of attorney. Rosie and Craig, in a state of undress, snog passionately. Sally arrives home and is incandescent with rage. She throws Craig out despite his protestations. Sally drags Rosie to the Medical Centre against her will insisting she must have the morning-after pill.


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  • TV Times synopsis: Rosie's romance continues to blossom, but she's in trouble when Sally catches the teenager skipping school. Jamie struggles with his loyalties; and Dev reflects on what should have been as Sunita and the twins arrive home.
  • Viewing Figures: UK broadcast - 12,250,000 viewers (1st place).
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