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Episode 5 : Thursday 17 June 2004

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Season 32

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Scott decides that if Zoe doesn't want a full physical relationship with him then he has no option but to move out. While Viv encourages him to leave Zoe confides in Ashley. Debbie is rude to Charity in front of Ethan who tells her off for being so hostile towards her mother. Later Debbie goes to see Charity at Pear Tree Cottage and apologises to her mum. Steph tells Shelly that she is convinced she can get Eric to ask her to move back in and is soon proved right. With a little encouragement ...


Genres: Soap, Drama

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Episode 1 : 2nd January 2003
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Episode 2 : Sunday 7 March 2004
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Episode 3 : Sunday 14 March 2004
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Episode 4 : Wednesday 16 June 2004
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Episode 6 : Friday 18 June 2004
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Episode 7 : Monday 21 June 2004
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Episode 8 : Tuesday 22 June 2004
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Episode 9 : Wednesday 23 June 2004
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Episode 10 : Thursday 24 June 2004
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Episode 11 : Friday 25 June 2004
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Episode 12 : Sunday 27 June 2004
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Episode 13 : Monday 28 June 2004
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Episode 14 : Tuesday 29 June 2004
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Episode 15 : Wednesday 30 June 2004
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Episode 16 : Thursday 1 July 2004
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Episode 17 : Friday 2 July 2004
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Episode 19 : Tuesday 6 July 2004
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Episode 20 : Wednesday 7 July 2004
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Episode 21 : Thursday 8 July 2004
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Episode 22 : Friday 9 July 2004
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Episode 23 : Sunday 11 July 2004
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Episode 24 : Monday 12 July 2004
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Episode 25 : Tuesday 13 July 2004
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Episode 26 : Wednesday 14 July 2004
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Episode 27 : Thursday 15 July 2004
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Episode 28 : Friday 16 July 2004
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Episode 29 : Sunday 18 July 2004
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Episode 30 : Monday 19 July 2004
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Episode 32 : Wednesday 21 July 2004
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Episode 33 : Thursday 22 July 2004
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Episode 34 : Friday 23 July 2004
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Episode 35 : Sunday 25 July 2004
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Episode 36 : Monday 26 July 2004
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Episode 37 : Tuesday 27 July 2004
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