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  • Episode 6326 (30th June 2006)
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  • Eileen feels sorry for Lloyd as she watches him move his stuff out of the taxi office flat. She tells him he can stay at No.11 for a couple of nights. Charlie arrives home after a night on the town with his mates. He's surprised when Tracy's pleasant and doesn't have a go at him. While Steve prices up buying a new fleet of taxis, Lloyd prices up new business premises. Eileen bangs their heads together. Leanne feels she's starting to make friends with the factory girls. Tracy plays Charlie at his own game. While he takes a bath and thinks she's preparing his dinner, she slips out for the evening leaving him with Amy. Charlie's furious to find Tracy's swanned out leaving him in charge of the child. Ashley, Claire and Joshua arrive back from their holiday. Ashley's shocked to receive a letter
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Number
  • 6326
Previous
  • 2006-06-28
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Date
  • 2006-06-30
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Production code
  • P694/6326 and P694/6327
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  • 2006-07-02
Writer
  • Damon Rochefort and Mark Wadlow
Director
  • Mike Adams and Terry Dyddgen-Jones
Designer
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  • Eileen feels sorry for Lloyd as she watches him move his stuff out of the taxi office flat. She tells him he can stay at No.11 for a couple of nights. Charlie arrives home after a night on the town with his mates. He's surprised when Tracy's pleasant and doesn't have a go at him. While Steve prices up buying a new fleet of taxis, Lloyd prices up new business premises. Eileen bangs their heads together. Leanne feels she's starting to make friends with the factory girls. Tracy plays Charlie at his own game. While he takes a bath and thinks she's preparing his dinner, she slips out for the evening leaving him with Amy. Charlie's furious to find Tracy's swanned out leaving him in charge of the child. Ashley, Claire and Joshua arrive back from their holiday. Ashley's shocked to receive a letter telling he'll be getting a home visit from the courts. When Tracy arrives home she enjoys pointing out to Charlie how she's played him at his own game. Charlie pretends to take it in good humour but it's obvious he intends to make her pay and he refuses to accompany her to her family engagement party. Leanne gets a wad of cash off Danny to fund the factory girls' night out. She's looking forward to bonding with them but unbeknown to her they're dreading it. Tracy asks Charlie to babysit Amy so she can go on her own to the party but he refuses. Liz forces Steve to apologise properly to Lloyd. Tracy tries to win Charlie round by cooking him his favourite meal but realising her plan he waits until she's in the shower then walks out. Joanne's delighted when Adam asks her out. Tracy tracks Charlie down to the Rovers. She insists he goes home and babysits as she's going but he refuses. Shelley's worried that Amy's home alone. Violet helps Sean to try and trace his real father on the internet. Steve and Lloyd finally make up and agree to get Street Cars up and running again. Leanne takes the factory girls for a pizza hoping to become more popular with them but she overhears Kelly, Joanne and Fiz bitching about her. Claire calls in the pub in her nightie - she tells Ashley the welfare officer wants to arrange a home visit. Deeply concerned, Shelley tells Steve that she thinks Tracy and Charlie have left Amy on her own in the flat.