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{{Infobox Episode|
 
{{Infobox Episode|
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|image = [[File:Episode 2363.jpg|200px]]
 
|year=1983
 
|year=1983
 
|number=2363
 
|number=2363
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|production code=[[Production codes|P694/1363]]
 
|production code=[[Production codes|P694/1363]]
 
|writer=[[Julian Roach]]
 
|writer=[[Julian Roach]]
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|stories=[[Esther Rose]]<br/>[[Tom Elliott]]
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|designer=[[Eric Deakins]]
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|producer=[[Mervyn Watson]]
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|executive producer=[[Bill Podmore]]
 
|director=[[Patrick Lau]]
 
|director=[[Patrick Lau]]
 
|previous=[[Episode 2362 (21st November 1983)|21st November 1983]]
 
|previous=[[Episode 2362 (21st November 1983)|21st November 1983]]
 
|next=[[Episode 2364 (28th November 1983)|28th November 1983]]
 
|next=[[Episode 2364 (28th November 1983)|28th November 1983]]
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==Plot==
 
==Plot==
[[Alf Roberts|Alf]] worries that [[Bet Gilroy|Bet]] is taking up with [[Des Foster|Des]] again. He warns her to be careful. [[Ken Barlow|Ken]] is ashamed when the ''[[Weatherfield Recorder]]'' is printed. [[Deirdre Barlow|Deirdre]] thinks it's amusing that Ken has had to flatter [[Mike Baldwin|Mike]] so much. Ken calls Mike "The Debonair Dynamo of Denim". Des is amused by the way Bet is playing around with him. [[Eddie Yeats|Eddie]] tries to organise a mortgage. The neighbours tell Ken they were depending on him to take up the battle for them. He tells them there's no proof that the [[Graffiti Club|disco]] goers caused the troubles. Mike winds Ken up by thanking him for the wonderful article. Des tells Bet that [[Edith Foster]] wants him to go back to her. Bet tells him it's nothing to do with her. She tells him all he's good for is a laugh now and again. The doctors want to release [[Winifred Willis]] but she won't be able to look after herself. [[Marion Yeats|Marion]] realises she'll have to nurse her.
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[[Alf Roberts|Alf]] worries that [[Bet Lynch|Bet]] is taking up with [[Des Foster|Des]] again. He warns her to be careful. [[Ken Barlow|Ken]] is ashamed when the ''[[Weatherfield Recorder]]'' is printed. [[Deirdre Barlow|Deirdre]] thinks it's amusing that Ken has had to flatter [[Mike Baldwin|Mike]] so much. Ken calls Mike "The Debonair Dynamo of Denim". Des is amused by the way Bet is playing around with him. [[Eddie Yeats|Eddie]] tries to organise a mortgage. The neighbours tell Ken they were depending on him to take up the battle for them. He tells them there's no proof that the [[Graffiti Club|disco]]-goers caused the troubles. Mike winds Ken up by thanking him for the wonderful article. Des tells Bet that [[Edith Foster]] wants him to go back to her. Bet tells him it's nothing to do with her. She tells him that all he's good for is a laugh now and again. The doctors want to release [[Winifred Willis]] but she won't be able to look after herself. [[Marion Yeats|Marion]] realises she'll have to nurse her.
 
==Cast==
 
==Cast==
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===Regular cast===
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*[[Jack Duckworth]] - [[William Tarmey]]
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*[[Alf Roberts]] - [[Bryan Mosley]]
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*[[Elsie Tanner]] - [[Patricia Phoenix]]
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*[[Bet Lynch]] - [[Julie Goodyear]]
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*[[Fred Gee]] - [[Fred Feast]]
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*[[Betty Turpin]] - [[Betty Driver]]
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*[[Ken Barlow]] - [[William Roache]]
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*[[Mike Baldwin]] - [[Johnny Briggs]]
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*[[Stan Ogden]] - [[Bernard Youens]]
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*[[Eddie Yeats]] - [[Geoffrey Hughes]]
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*[[Marion Yeats]] - [[Veronica Doran]]
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*[[Vera Duckworth]] - [[Elizabeth Dawn]]
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*[[Deirdre Barlow]] - [[Anne Kirkbride]]
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*[[Rita Fairclough]] - [[Barbara Knox]]
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*[[Mavis Riley]] - [[Thelma Barlow]]
 
===Guest cast===
 
===Guest cast===
 
*[[Des Foster]] - [[Neil Phillips]]
 
*[[Des Foster]] - [[Neil Phillips]]
 
*[[Bob Challis]] - [[Sam Kelly]]
 
*[[Bob Challis]] - [[Sam Kelly]]
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==Places==
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*[[Rovers Return Inn]] - ''Public/Snug''
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*[[1 Coronation Street]] - ''Back room and kitchen''
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*[[11 Coronation Street]] - ''Back room, kitchen, front room and hallway''
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*[[Corner Shop]]
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==Notes==
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*''[[TV Times]]'' synopsis: [[Eddie Yeats]] goes house-hunting, but wife [[Marion Yeats|Marion]] informs him they may have to move in with her [[Winifred Willis|mother]]. [[Bet Lynch]] has something to say to [[Des Foster]].
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*[[Viewing Figures]]: First UK broadcast - 14,566,000 viewers (2nd place).
 
{{Template:November 1983}}
 
{{Template:November 1983}}
 
[[Category:1983 episodes]]
 
[[Category:1983 episodes]]

Latest revision as of 23:03, February 11, 2015

PlotEdit

Alf worries that Bet is taking up with Des again. He warns her to be careful. Ken is ashamed when the Weatherfield Recorder is printed. Deirdre thinks it's amusing that Ken has had to flatter Mike so much. Ken calls Mike "The Debonair Dynamo of Denim". Des is amused by the way Bet is playing around with him. Eddie tries to organise a mortgage. The neighbours tell Ken they were depending on him to take up the battle for them. He tells them there's no proof that the disco-goers caused the troubles. Mike winds Ken up by thanking him for the wonderful article. Des tells Bet that Edith Foster wants him to go back to her. Bet tells him it's nothing to do with her. She tells him that all he's good for is a laugh now and again. The doctors want to release Winifred Willis but she won't be able to look after herself. Marion realises she'll have to nurse her.

CastEdit

Regular castEdit

Guest castEdit

PlacesEdit

NotesEdit

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