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Molly helps out Maria

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Molly helps out Maria
Aired Monday, Sep 5 2005 at 19:30 BST on

With recent events concerning baby Amy bringing mother and daughter closer together, Tracy and Deirdre plan to share lunch together. But when Tracy pops out for cakes, she leaves Deirdre looking after her granddaughter. When Tracy, who has been sidetracked by Nathan, fails to return, Deirdre fears recriminations at work if she arrives late for an important meeting. All ready running behind, a desperate Deirdre turns to Steve to look after his daughter until Tracy returns. Heading out of the door and with Steve inside happily baby-sitting, a panic stricken Deirdre is met by the sight of Tracy heading back towards number one. How will her tempestuous daughter react to Deirdre’s choice of child-minder?

Shelley makes steps both mentally and physically when, joined by Zack, she ventures outside of the confines of Rovers in order to take Charlie his dinner. Although the journey is only short, it takes Shelley a great deal of courage to make the trip to the builders’ yard. She even overcomes a chance meeting with her mother in which the pair exchange pleasantries and Bev is forced to reluctantly congratulate Shelley on her recent engagement. However, Shelley’s confidence takes a dent when Charlie cruelly criticises her culinary efforts. The crushing put down is witnessed by a concerned Zack. Is the psychotherapist becoming wise to Charlie’s manipulations?

Elsewhere, Audrey, Sarah and David are horrified to hear Gail recount her previous evening’s encounter with Phil. They are stunned to hear about his passion for criminal psychology and subsequent fascination in events concerning Richard Hillman.

Meanwhile, Sally struggles to combine teaching Sophie at home, her work at Underworld and dealing with eldest daughter Rosie’s latest crush on lodger Nathan.

Also, Diggory Compton’s daughter, Molly, arrives on the street and quickly comes to the aid of a stressed out Maria. Get the Inside Soap magazine on your iPhone or iPad

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