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Production Credits :-
Director Tracey Rooney
Series Producer Steve Frost
Executive Producer: Keith Richardson
Date: Thursday 27 November Time: 7:00pm to 8:00pm
EPISODES JOINED TOGETHER.
Katie tries to make wedding plans but struggles to put Robert out of
her mind. Marlon succumbs to Charity's emotional blackmail. Syd quotes
a client but the only figure interesting the businessman is Chloe's. Tricia makes a surprise return, only to find Marlon in a sorry state.
List includes :-
Sammy Winward, Karl Davies, Mark Charnock, Emma Atkins, Dale Meeks,
27th November 2003 at 19:00 on ITV1
Thursday 27th November 2003
Written by: Holly Lyons
THIS PROGRAMME IS SUBTITLED
IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE
Andy Sugden/ Kelvin Fletcher
Katie Addyman/ Sammy Winward
Marlon Dingle /Mark Charnock
Steph Stokes/ Lorraine Chase
Sydney Woolfe/ Nathan Gladwell
Siobhan Marsden/ Abigail Fisher
Charity Tate/ Emma Atkins
Paul Marsden / Matthew Booth
Robert Sugden/ Karl Davie
Ronnie Marsden/ Ray Ashcroft
Danny Daggert / Cleveland Campbell
Nicola Blackstock/ Nicola Wheeler
Emily Kirk/ Kate McGregor
Simon Meredith/ Dale Meeks
Ashley Thomas/ .lohn Middleton
Louise Appleton/ Emily Symons
Len Reynolds/ Peter Martin
Bob Hope/ Tony Audenshaw
Katie tries to make wedding plans but struggles to put her dangerous
liaison with Robert out of her mind.
Marlon succumbs to Charity's emotional blackmail.
Simon invites Nicola out, but can he persuade her to mix business
Siobhan clings to the hope that Paul will forgive her for secretly
aborting their unborn child as she tries to get him to
see reason. However, Paul is
far from compassionate when his wife turns up begging to see him and he
tells Ronnie to turn her away.
Caught between a rock and hard place, Ronnie explains to Paul
that he doesn’t want to get involved in their marital problems.
With a soft spot for his daughter-in-law, Ronnie goes to visit
Siobhan to check she is okay and to give her a reassuring hug.
Marlon’s worries spiral out of control as Charity decides
to blackmail him for money, threatening to reveal all to Tricia
otherwise. Shocked that his cousin would stoop so low he is forced
to ask for an advance at work to cover Charity’s hefty
Guilt ridden Katie tries once again to put a stop to her affair
with Robert. His arrogant attitude towards their steamy liaison
drives her mad but she struggles to resist his charm.
Meanwhile, Simon asks Nicola if she would like to go for a drink.
Later in the pub he is amused when Nicola dramatically insists
that they are not on a date. Simon can’t help himself and
deliberately insults her by saying that she isn’t his type
Thursday, 27th November 2003 at 19:30 on ITV1
(this episode originally meant to air Friday,
28th November 2003 at 19:00 on ITV1)
Thursday 27th November
Written by: Bill Taylor
IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE
Marlon Dingle - Mark Charnock
Lisa Dingle - Jane Cox
Darren Eden - Luke Tittensor
Katie Addyman - Sammy Winward
Emily Kirk - Kate McGregor
Danny Daggert - Cleveland Campbell
Andy Sugden - Kelvin Fletcher
Robert Sugden - Karl Davies
Charity Tate - Emma Atkins
Alan Turner - Richard Thorp
Paul Marsden - Matthew Booth
Sydney Woolfe - Nathan Gladwell
Zak Dingle - Steve Halliwell
Laurel Ports - Charlotte Bellamy
Chas Dingle - Lucy Pargeter
Ashley Thomas - John Middleton
Diane Blackstock - Elizabeth Estensen
Cain Dingle - Jeff Hordley
.]ack Sugden - Clive Hornby
Sam Dingle - James Hooton
Siobhan Marsden - Abigail Fisher
Frances Marsden - Sandy Walsh
Ronnie Marsden - Ray Ashcroit
Victoria Sugden - Hannah Midgley
Tricia Dingle - Sheree Murphy
Tricia makes a surprise return only to find Marion in a sorry
Katie struggles to keep Robert and temptation at arm's length.
Syd quotes a client but the only figure interesting the businessman
Desperate times call for desperate measures and Marlon is at
the end of his tether. Penniless, he resorts to stealing from
the Dingle pot to keep Charity
at bay as she struggles to pay her solicitors.
Later, Marlon tries to replace the money without the family
noticing, having been given an advance on his wages.
But as he
sneaks the cash back into the pot he is caught in the act by
Zak. Marlon’s pleas fall on deaf ears as he is slung
out of the house.
Just when it looks as though things can’t
get any worse for the haphazard chef, Tricia arrives back in
the village and demands to know what’s going on
Meanwhile, Katie tries to pull herself together and get her
relationship with Andy back on track by helping Victoria chose
her bridesmaid dress. But after a day of making wedding arrangements
she finds herself alone with Robert and they can’t keep
their hands off each other.
Siobhan is shocked when Paul tells Turner he still wants to
buy the cottage and that she will have to move out so that he
can move back in. Paul is adamant that he is a single man again
and Ronnie is left trying to comfort Siobhan.
Elsewhere in the village, Chas announces to Ashley that her
son Aaron is coming to stay for the weekend. She explains to
Diane that she lost custody of him when the courts decided that
her stripping career and motherhood didn’t go together.
in a corner
spends the morning confounding Katie's attempts
to get back close to him again. He'll only
stay in bed for breakfast, and is considering
moving their wedding to fit with the best
deals for a whitewater rafting holiday he
has his eye on. She doesn't fare much better
with Robert, who infuriates her by wolf-whistling
at her in public. Not that a sneaky snog
doesn't sort that one out...
Relations between Siobhan
and Paul hit a new low.
Ronnie feels uncomfortable
when asked to lie for him,
and Paul leaves the Woolpack,
Syd in tow, rather than
talk to her. Ronnie seems
primarily concerned with
catches Nicola in the cafe, saying she owes
him a drink in the Woolpack after he carried
all her fliers. Nicola interprets this as
being asked out on a date, but Simon is one
step ahead and leaves her scrabbling for
money to buy his round, to the amusement
of Bob and Emily. When she tries to tell
Simon that it's really not a date, he laughs
back at her, claiming that he never thought
it was and that she's not his type. Flinging
herself into the toilets she removes her
tie and adjust her cleavage to try and get
some interest. When Simon looks like he might
accept her offer of coffee, she asks if he's
become her type. He simply replies he's not
that choosy and disappears into the night.
and Robert meet up after the pub and agree
that despite all their feelings, Robert is
Andy's best man and they must be honourable.
However, both of them still want the other
to be the one who 'lost out', so things are
far from settled.
Charity has threatened
to tell Tricia about the
baby unless Marlon helps
with her legal fees, so
the following morning,
he raids the Dingle pot
for £50, and only just
gets away with it. He takes
the money to Charity, who's
unimpressed by the amount.
She reminds him not to
worry about Zak, but about
keeping HER sweet. She
demands more money urgently.
Marlon finally collars
Diane in the cafe and asks
for an advance.
discovers that Danny has started organising
a barbeque without telling her. Another social
function with Robert - just what she doesn't
want, or does she? Still, she's going up
to see her dad the next day. Andy says he'll
miss her, but agrees that it means he won't
have to see her dad at Xmas. Katie ends up
saddled with helping Victoria choose her
bridesmaid's dress from the catalogues, but
she only wants one for grownups. Jack knows
of an ideal one in Hotten, but he's too busy
to take her, so Robert volunteers to drive.
Robert deliberately wastes time till they
are alone, and the two of them end up kissing
has a tipoff for a horse so Zak Dingle goes
back to get some money to put on it, only
to find the pot empty after Marlon's raid.
The Dingles bitterly gather round the radio
and hear the dead-cert win, and Sam comes
up with a plan to find out who's been stealing
The Dingles catch Marlon as he
puts the money back out of his wage advance.
His protestations that he was borrowing go
unheeded and a Dingle Court unanimously finds
him guilty. He is banished from the Dingle
house and thrown in the mud. Just as Tricia
arrives, wanting to see everyone. How will
he explain it?