Nick takes up a vigil outside Maria's flat. She's refusing to talk to him. Shelley tells Peter that Ciaran made a pass at her. Peter is furious. Ken, as Agony Aunt, is reading through the problem letters sent in. Deirdre recognises the handwriting on one of them as Blanche's. Emily's piano is wheeled along the street to the Rovers ready for the centenary party. Sunita agrees to babysit for Curly and Emma so they can go to the party. Peter accuses Ciaran of trying it on with Shelley. Ciaran denies it and says that Shelley made a pass at him. Peter doesn't know what to believe. The Rovers' centenary party takes place. Norris plays the piano whilst the regulars have a sing-song. Fred is aggrieved at the amount of old pennies which have appeared until Roy tells him that as they are all from 1950 (Emily got them as a 21st birthday present from her father) and that they are now worth £10 each. The regulars force Fred to give the proceeds to charity. Peter and Shelley have it out. Shelley is upset that Peter could even question her fidelity. She realises that he doesn't trust her. Maria finally agrees to talk to Nick. They declare their undying love for each other and she says she still wants to come to Canada.


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