Coronation Street: Season 1, Episode 6,410

Episode #1.6410 (25 Oct. 2006)

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Maria tries to charm David to keep him quiet, but the jealous teenager seeks revenge on Charlie. Norris and Rita set off for Budapest. Gail is visited by the Educational Welfare Officer, ... See full summary »

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Debra Stephenson ...
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Bruce Jones ...
Wendi Peters ...
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Barbara Knox ...
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Maria tries to charm David to keep him quiet, but the jealous teenager seeks revenge on Charlie. Norris and Rita set off for Budapest. Gail is visited by the Educational Welfare Officer, who suggests that family therapy might help with her troubles. Written by Anonymous

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