Episode 7154
Production code P694/7154
ITV transmission date 4th September 2009
(Friday - Part 1)
Script editor Sarah Mann
Story editor Iain MacLeod
Story associates Angela O'Neill
Lee O'Donnell
Martin Sterling
Cathianne Hall
Catherine Cookson
Mark Bickerton
Writer Debbie Oates
Designer Alan Davis (Uncredited)
Director Duncan Foster
Executive Producer Kieran Roberts
Producer Kim Crowther
Previous episode 3rd September 2009
Next episode 4th September 2009


Sally plans a surprise dinner party for Kevin's belated birthday celebrations. Molly reluctantly agrees to help with the food while Tyrone keeps Kevin occupied. Steve goes chasing a drug-dealer whom Becky thinks may lead him to Slug. Liz disapproves. Emily's upset that Ramsay's cremation will take place in Australia. Rita tackles Norris and suggests the arrangements could be changed. Jack looks at flats in the paper. Connie suggests he move in with her. He declines the offer. Becky resolves to enjoy what freedom she has left with Steve. Liz tells her it's no fun being married to a prisoner. Claire's still angry with Ashley, believing he refused the vasectomy in case he ever wants children with another woman after her. Molly warns Kevin about the surprise party. Norris arranges for Ramsay's body to be flown back to England. Emily's pleased. Becky overhears Liz and Deirdre talking about her and the effect her imprisonment would have on Steve and Amy. Sally, Molly, Tyrone, Ashley and Claire surprise Kevin with a party. He pretends to be pleased to mask his discomfort. Steve shows Liz a note from Becky. She's gone.


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