Episode 6912
Production code P694/6912
ITV transmission date 26th September 2008
(Friday - Part 1)
Script editor Sarah Mann
Story editor Stuart Blackburn
Story associates John Kerr
Louise Sutton
Iain MacLeod
Angela O'Neill
Lee O'Donnell
Writer Lucy Gannon
Designer Alan Davis (uncredited)
Director Jerry Smith
Executive Producer Kieran Roberts
Producer Kim Crowther
Previous episode 24th September 2008
Next episode 26th September 2008


Rosie and Kevin are still at loggerheads. Sally takes Kevin's side. Harry announces to Dan that he needs a fresh start and is leaving Weatherfield. Harry hands over control of the Bookies. A visibly upset Dan tells his dad that there will always be room in his flat for him. Tony invites Rosie out to lunch to make up for their cancelled evening. Rosie enjoys showing off to Janice, Sean and Fiz. Kevin takes delivery of a battered old recovery vehicle which he hopes is going to improve business. Tyrone's not convinced. Michelle arrives back from her tour of Belgium. Steve and Ryan are delighted to have her back. Tony takes Rosie to a posh hotel. Over lunch he flatters her telling her that she's an asset to the company. Rosie laps up the attention. Leanne checks the fake bank account online to see if the lottery money has gone in yet but it hasn't. She and Janice start to panic. Liam and Carla have a business meeting at No.7. Liam's jittery in case Maria walks in. Carla enjoys toying with him. To Tony's horror he discovers that Rosie's checked into the hotel and is waiting for him in the bedroom.


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