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Cain gets violent with Cameron

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6399:  Cain knocks Cameron out when he boasts he is not scared

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Aired Friday, Nov 16 2012 at 19:00 GMT on

Charity tells Cain that Debbie has no chance of happiness until Cameron is out of her life. Later that morning, Charity panics when Debbie disappears and Cain goes to find her. A distraught Debbie visits Zak who comforts her. Cain arrives as they talk and thanks his dad for looking after her. Walking back down, Cain sees Cameron and tells Debbie and Zak to go ahead to the hospital, as there's something he needs to do at the garage.

Later, Cain punches Cameron outside the garage and he falls to the ground unconscious. Cain drags him to the garage and is unnerved by Cameron's calmness as he looms over him. Cameron refuses to beg for mercy. Cain declares that he's not going to hurt him as he made a promise to Debbie, but warns that he can take him whenever he's ready.

Meanwhile, Nicola is worried about Jimmy selling up and she is losing heart about making him change his mind. At The Woolpack, Rodney and Edna contemplate their future working for Charity and are apprehensive when they hear that Jimmy is going to see his solicitor.

Later at Mill Cottage, Nicola tries to get the solicitor onside, wanting him to put off giving Jimmy the papers, but she is thwarted when he says that only Jimmy can make that call. Jimmy is keen to get rid of the business, but the solicitor gives him a letter left to him by Carl. Jimmy is tearful to learn that his brother has left the business to him. He now has a big decision to make…

Elsewhere, Chas questions whether Cameron will stick by her or leave her for someone else like he's done before, Nikhil is paranoid about Molly and gives Gennie a camera to film Molly's day so he won't miss out on anything, Kerry is disappointed when Rishi refuses to give her another chance, while Betty finally leaves Adam and Victoria alone and Adam brightens at the prospect of a night to themselves.
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