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Tyrone is up half the night clubbing with Alina. Fiz lays into him with cracks about him dad dancing with kids. Billy doesn't know how to unburden Summer from her guilt over Seb. He suggests to Roy that she and Nina could help each other out of their depressions. Aadi returns home unexpectedly and catches Bernie parading out half-dressed in one of Dev's shirts. All three of them are mortified and Aadi can't get out fast enough. Chesney and a nervous Gemma log on for their first sign language lesson. Nina doesn't see what Summer has to be traumatized about but agreees to see her. Jenny lets Daisy show potential buyers around the Rovers as she's proved herself such a good saleswoman at Double Glammy. Sarah asks Roy if Nina's ready to return to the factory. Roy thinks it's too soon but Nina insists it's just what she needs. Tyrone approaches Adam about representing him and discovers that Fiz has already done so. Furious, he confronts Fiz and vows to fight her all the way. Fiz thinks he's been drinking as he reeks of booze. Aadi shares what he saw with Asha, who tells Mary. Summer shares her feelings with Nina, telling her she wishes she'd stayed and calmed things down instead of running away. Nina has no sympathy for her, noting that her hurt feelings pales in comparison to her loss. Back from a breakdown call, Tyrone is breathalysed by Craig. Nina steals a bottle of vodka from the shop after Dev refuses to sell it to her, concerned about her well-being. Tyrone is revealed to be under the legal limit but with traces of alcohol in his system. He suspects the police were tipped off by Fiz, who smelled his alcohol-stianed shirt earlier and jumped to conclusions. Daisy lays it on thick during a viewing at the Rovers, telling the buyer about No.8's sinkhole and saying that the street is collapsing into a sewer. Fiz readily admits to ringing the police. Tyrone accuses her of doing it to bolster her chances of custody. Evelyn is shocked to discover how things have escalated between. Mary tackles Bernie about her inappropriate relationship with her boss but Bernie accuses her of jealousy. Steve witnesses the row. Nina realises she was too hard on Summer and goes over to apologize. Chesney warns Bernie not to upset Dev, as his job could be on the line too. Alina convinces Tyrone that Fiz has left him with no choice but fight dirty. Tyrone is sorry that it's come to this. Fiz makes a list of Alina's past transgressions to strengthen her case. She admits to Evelyn that she still loves Tyrone, despite everything he's done. Evelyn warns her about letting herself be consumed by bitterness. Nina is drunk when she arrives at Summer's flat. Swigging the vodka bottle, she declares that she's just going to have fun as she can't change what's happened. Summer doesn't know what to do and is relieved when Asha joins them. Daisy admits to Jenny that she heated up an old bag of prawns to make the Rovers smell bad to put Nigel off. She encourages Jenny not to throw in the towel and offers to put her Double Glammy earnings towards purchasing the pub. Jenny appreciates her loyalty but doesn't think they've got enough time. Bernie promises Mary that she won't tread on her toes where the twins are concerned and they make up. Nina goes off leaves when Summer and Asha refuse to party with her. Steve tells Dev what he overheard earlier. Dev plays down his feelings for Bernie and insults her appearance, unaware that he's been overheard by Mary. Tyrone goes to No.9 to take Ruby away to live with him and Alina. He's stunned when Fiz tells him she's no longer going for joint custody and he can see the girls whenever he likes. They agree that they're sick of fighting and would rather settle things without lawyers. Tyrone happily agrees for Ruby to continue living with Fiz. Nina collapses in the Victoria Street ginnel and starts knocking back a second bottle of drink she has purchased.


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  • This was a one-hour episode made up of two production codes and was transmitted at 7.30pm to allow a two-hour episode of A Touch of Frost to be broadcast at 8.30pm.
  • Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, this episode was made with social distancing rules being observed by both cast and production crew, even when they were playing family members or people who shared residences.
  • The following episode was made available to stream on the ITV Hub on the morning of Monday 14th June, ahead of its ITV transmission at 9.00pm that evening. This followed a decision taken by ITV to release all episodes of both Coronation Street and Emmerdale at the start of each week for the duration of the Euro 2020 football competition, a time when the soaps were frequently displaced from their usual timeslots, so that viewers could watch at their convenience [1].
  • TV Times synopsis: Tyrone confronts Fiz, accusing her of trying to have him arrested in a bid to bolster her chances of custody; a grief-stricken Nina lashes out at Summer and hits the bottle; and Daisy tries to see off potential buyers at the Rovers.
  • Viewing Figures: First UK broadcast: 5,303,157 viewers (8th place).
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