As Yusef and Zainab get ready to move, a secret threatens to ruin their plans. As the police raid Phil's properties, his search for his stalker leads him to a surprising place.
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That's all it took.
Why would I do that?
What could possibly be in it for me?
I don't know, out of spite, or jealousy?
Jealous? Of him?
Marrying that disgrace of a woman?
My dad didn't start the fire, he tried to save Zainab.
That was later. He panicked,
he went back but Masood was there.
You don't know anything. Get out!
With pleasure, but hear this...
I know exactly what happened,
because I was there with him.
No, I'm fine, leave it, leave it.
I can't wait to get stuck in, meet with suppliers.
Pakistan, here I come!
There's so much to do. I'm not having any old servant cook and clean for us.
-Or look after Yasmin. I so need a break from all that.
-She's probably still out there looking for you.
-Looking for me?
-Yes, she went to hurry you up.
-At least that's the last of the chemo.
Look, Derek's out, I've sorted the girls out,
-why don't you go back upstairs?
-No, I've got work to do.
-I'll do it. Tell me what it is.
-You can't, it's for the salon.
-You've got to crack on with that now?
-Yes, it's paperwork.
-Well, so what?
-We need the money,
the place is barely ticking over and the car lot's not doing so great without Darren.
-Just forget the money, will you? It's not important.
-It's you what's important.
-You're not listening to me.
You all right?
-I didn't know you were coming.
To my dad's birthday.
No, I'm not. Don't worry.
No, I'm off on a night out, if I ever get there.
First I lost my earring, then I couldn't find my phone...
I hope that somebody gets your dad something nice...
like a little bit of decency.
-I'm sorry, that was a bit harsh.
-Yeah, and bitter.
-As if you're the expert judge.
I think I know my dad a little bit better than you do.
He is the most decent man I know,
he'd never hurt anyone, there isn't a bad bone in his body!
Look, I said I'm sorry...
so let's just leave it at that, all right?
-What, you working late?
He's been a very busy boy.
-Makes a change.
-No, we have actually been talking about business.
I've been thinking of opening a ladies' gym.
-Yeah, you know, light, airy, fragrant.
Nice. Good for you... You ain't having it in here.
If you even think about selling your half to her...
-Come on, would I do...
-Just lock up, will ya?
MOBILE RINGS IN POCKET
-Still no answer?
-She hasn't taken her phone.
There you are, we were starting to worry.
We must've missed each other.
Then I got caught up with, er, with a tricky customer.
It's fine, it's all sorted now.
Come and grab some food.
you haven't noticed a change in your mother recently, have you?
No. What sort of change?
Clingy, irrational, the slightest worry
-and she over-reacts, goes to pieces...
-Well, that's Mum.
She was in tears last night over nothing.
She's been on edge for months, I'm just worried that...
Well, the first time she tried to take her own life,
it wasn't a cry for help. It was real.
-And I've no reason to think it won't be the same next time.
She loved our trip to Pakistan,
so hopefully it won't take her too long to settle in.
Don't worry, we'll do our best to keep an eye on her.
ALL: Six, five, four,
three, two, one!
-Yes, it's a bit of a beauty, it's lovely!
Right, girls, can I finally tempt you
in a rum and mistletoe special?
I like the sound of that.
Stay where you are, princess. Den? Jane?
-Yeah, yeah, go on, count me in.
-No. Mine's half a lager.
-So you coming tonight then?
-Tonight? Girls' night out?
Alfie, you didn't tell her?
Kat, I completely forgot. Sorry.
-It's not too late.
-Course not, I can manage here. It'll be fine.
-No, it's fine.
-No, Kat... It'll be great, darling. Kat?
-Hey, I've got my magic pulling shoes on.
-Yeah. Christmas is coming early for this girl.
I didn't mean... I meant that, it works for me cos I'm single...
Anyway. There you go, girls, get your kissing gear round that, eh?
Listen, Kat, it just slipped my mind.
-It's all right. I don't want to go anyway.
-No, I can manage here.
Look, why don't we get the mini Moons to close up for us, yeah? That way we can both do something.
Yeah, I'd love to, I really would,
but there's so much... I'm up to my eyeballs in this Christmas stuff.
I mean, it's all gone a bit bonkers busy. But when things
-calm down, I promise, yeah?
-Yeah. Sorry, what was I thinking?
Sorry, girls. It's bonkers busy.
Another time, yeah?
There you go.
-Yes, thank you.
-Can I get you anything else?
-No, honestly, darling, I am fine.
Babe, it's no trouble.
If you want to do something for me...
-You really want to do something for me?
Can you go out for a bit.
You're not going to come back and find me dead on the floor.
No, it's fine. It's fine.
I just want you to go out and have a bit of fun, darling.
-And a packet of crisps, thanks. Salt and vinegar.
-I had you down for beef.
I should've put one up earlier, but I didn't want to use
-one of the ones I was selling, I wanted the real thing.
-Excuse me, I've got to get some crisps.
Yes, all right.
Yes, all right! Calm down everyone, don't panic.
She is such a wallflower.
Venus fly trap, more like.
-There you go, darling.
-I bet you've scored a few then.
Sorry, I meant darts.
Well, let's see if you can manage three in a bed.
-Well done, Alfie.
-See, you happy now?
It's all right, Jane, I'll get this.
No, you're all right, we're off out in a minute.
It's a shame Tanya couldn't make it.
She's just wiped out, ain't she?
Bound to be though, ain't she?
Sorry? What's up, what's wrong?
No, nothing, just forget about it, all right?
-I'm just being stupid, that's all.
Will you keep this to yourself?
-You fixed the Christmas tree then?
-Yeah, it's all sorted.
Glad to see you're interested in something.
SHE WOOLF WHISTLES
I've been thinking.
You know what we were talking about earlier...
the ladies' gym?
I've printed off some possible venues.
-Only if you're interested.
-I'm interested. I'm interested.
50-50, but I get to choose the name.
Yeah. But you, Mr Moon,
are going to have to put your money where your mouth is.
I will. I will. But you really shouldn't carry that much cash.
Let me just put that in the safe for you.
Oh, yeah, nice try. Nice try.
Look, you can even write your name on it.
-So sweet, the way that you care.
-Get it in there.
I don't trust banks, never have done, and I don't want it getting mixed up with my cash
-and there's a lot more in there than that.
-So it's a deal?
As long as you don't call it Fat Pat's.
Come on, Max, you're starting to worry me now.
It's Tanya, she's got cancer. Cervical cancer.
Right Jane, come on. We're off.
-Sorry, something's come up.
-Go on, Jane, don't be silly.
-No, it was only a stupid night out.
Oh, right, well, right wash out this is turning out to be, innit.
Wait! Wait for me!
Ah, a bit of fun!
Yeah. Come on!
-You going to be cold?
I'm so going to miss you.
You know, I understand your reasons for staying
and you have to lead your own life,
but...I'm going to miss not having you near me.
Well, I was thinking...
maybe, if it's just for until you're settled...
Afia and I could come out there just until then.
-Nothing. Mum's happy.
-I'm so, so, so happy.
-Both my sons coming out to Pakistan to visit me. I'm so happy...
I just told Mum we're coming out to Pakistan, just for a few weeks.
-That is wonderful news.
DANCE MUSIC BLARES
My pulling shoes are pulling me into this direction.
Hey, stand back, let the moths see the flame.
If she weren't my sister...
Here, your Alfie, he's a star.
-A busy night and he still lets you off.
-Yeah. He's a keeper, all right.
Things are still a bit fragile.
So, no tears.
(She had the last of her chemo today.)
(And then she's got radiotherapy and
(then she's got some breakout thing.)
I had no idea.
I only found out when I got back.
I never would have left...
The main thing is you're here now.
But sometimes, Jane, it's like she don't want me to help.
Seriously, I don't know what to do.
TANYA: Is that you, darling?
You back early?
Jane, this is...
well, what a surprise.
-Babe, I'm sorry, but I told her.
It's not his fault, I made him tell me.
Oh, Tanya...there was me wittering on about Masood...
Oh, stop it, Jane. Stop it.
I'll be fine. I'm fine.
-Alfie's on good form, ain't he? He loves Christmas.
-He sure does!
-You all set for it?
Well, if you're gonna party, eh?
I feel bone tired,
weak and sick. And, um...
I mean, I can cope with all that.
Just every now and then
I, um...I suddenly just panic.
I mean, I get so scared.
And I can't face anyone, or anything
I'm terrified that someone will see me like that, especially Max.
Because he's been just so desperate to help, and he cares...
He really does care.
And I don't want him to think he's failed, you know?
-Talk to him.
And seriously, if there's anything -
anything at all that you want me to do...
Yeah, thank you.
Right, well enough about you...
I've missed you.
I'm here for you, Tan.
I'm here for you.
-We're going home.
-Oh, come on...
-Stupid thing tonight.
Oi, listen, they're going to a Karaoke bar, they want us to go.
-Not in the mood for karaoke, sorry.
I'm so pleased about Tamwar.
The only thing left now is telling your father about taking...
He's going to be devastated.
-What's the matter?
I thought you'd be pleased,
you've been trying to persuade me for a week.
What's made you change your mind?
Just worried about Mum.
But I thought you'd be happy?
Tam, I was... When I was out...
Mind if I borrow my daughter?
Afia, is there some problem?
Surely this is the best news?
What is Uncle Tariq doing here?
I saw him at the Argee Bhajee...
-You saw him?
-Afia, thank you so much.
-I don't know how you managed to change Tamwar's mind,
but I'm so glad you did.
You don't know how much this means to me.
You were saying?
Happy birthday, Dad.
-No Kat tonight?
-Na, she's out with Kim and Denise having a girly night out.
I just saw Denise. She looked like she was going home.
Probably with Kim then, ain't she.
-Tell me about it.
Now why don't you let me get you another?
Oh, yeah, what's that, a bribe?
You think you can buy me like Michael?
Ooh, now I don't think my new business partner would like to hear you talk about him like that.
Yep, I told you you can stick your sweaty, grotty, little flea pit...
cos we are gonna open a new ladies' fitness club
in beautiful, and way more, you know, fragrant surroundings.
What, and you're doing all this with Michael, yeah?
Mmm, he's matched my stake and we're just looking for premises...
He's matched your stake? With what?
Yeah, well, he ain't got a penny.
Oh, he has. In the safe.
The only thing he's got in that safe is dreams.
-See you later, Alf.
It's been a lovely party.
Still not convinced?
With Tamwar coming now and you setting up business there,
she couldn't be more happy.
The best present I could have from you is let bygones be bygones?
-Syed, I think I left Yasmin's bottle in the kitchen.
-Sorry, everyone, I've been called out, I'm afraid...
-Oh, no. Will you be long?
I don't know. But don't wait up.
Seeing as it is my birthday,
you can all finish the washing up in the morning!
Sorry about Kim, she's not always like that.
She might calm down once she's got here.
-You think so?
-Where's your bathroom?
-It's just through there.
-Do you want a drink?
Yeah, go on.
Wait, wait, hold on, calm down!
Well, maybe he's just, I don't know, taken it out?
He ain't got a bean, has he? Who do you think's subbing him.
They stopped off at an offie,
-Kim got out and your mates took off in the cab.
-Do you blame them? Look, they've gone home.
-Well, as soon as she gets here, I'm off.
What, she's still coming?
-Don't worry, I'll wait outside, you carry on.
Look, come on, stay for one drink? Besides, it's a lot warmer in here.
And I don't bite...
Yeah, go on, I'll have one while I wait.
Kat? Kat, is that you, darling?
What am I to do, eh?
You said it.
Kim? Where are you?
Phone me now.
So your old man's cool with all this, is he?
-Well, you know, you being out on your own?
-I wasn't on my own.
You know what I mean, I mean without him.
Oh, right, cos I'm married,
I haven't got the right to go out and enjoy myself? Is that it?
-I can't go out on my own, I can't talk to strangers,
I have to be at home upstairs, minding the baby, is that it?
-Well, he's more than that.
He's nearly one now.
Look, sorry, I didn't.. Course you should go out.
The truth is, I want to be at home.
But my so-called other half would rather spend
more time with his Christmas trees than he would with me.
Says I can do what I like, as long as I don't tell him.
So he lets you do whatever you like, as long as you don't tell him?
But I don't want to,
I don't want him thinking I might be doing something that I can't tell him.
How does he think that makes me feel -
like I'm not worth bothering about?
That I'm bound to jump into bed with someone else sooner or later,
so what's the point of worrying?
But I want him to mind,
I want him to...
I want him to scream and shout at me and...
I want him to say that if I ever,
ever so much as even look at another bloke again, he'll kill me!
Babe, are you OK?
Yeah, yeah, I was just getting some water.
-Oh, OK. Sorry.
For telling Jane.
She's going to help out at the salon, do the books and stuff.
And that is because
I don't know what I'd do without you.
What's the time?
No, why didn't you wake me?
The middle of the night?
A hint of desperation there, Yusef.
-Afia saw you.
-I know, we had a nice little chat.
-Good job we did.
What did you say, what did you tell her?
-If you told her anything, the whole deal's off.
-Deal, what deal?
How can you offer me this place when it isn't even yours to give?
Tomorrow, when your father finds out about your wedding...
No. Hold on. Listen.
Tamwar and Afia are coming with us to Pakistan.
She doesn't know it, but I am buying them out so that they can come.
So if you've told her or anyone anything that stops me from marrying Zainab...
Calm down, OK?
I was saving that revelation for the morning.
I haven't said a word.
-You'd better not.
you'll try to kill me, too?
If you want me to keep my silence,
the sooner this place is transferred into my name, the better.
-Alfie, you awake?
Listen to this, right, Kim went crazy tonight...
she bit some bloke's neck! I'm not talking like a love bite,
she took a proper chunk out of his neck...
-Kat, are you coming to bed or what?
As soon as you've had a shower...
-Alfie, I didn't do anything...
-Kat, I'm tired.
You started the fire.
You tried to kill her.
I spoke to Uncle Tariq.
He's a bitter, twisted man, Afia, don't listen to him.
But he was there...
he was there when you struck the match!
It's true, isn't it?
I believe him.
-And I'm going to tell Zainab.
-Please let me explain.
-You think I'm the same person I was then?
You tried to kill her and have lied about it ever since!
I was little more than a boy. A split second of childish anger,
of idiocy, and I've lived with it all my life!
-Dad, you have to...
-You want me to destroy everything we have?
I want to go back to Pakistan, to live the life I should've.
This is my second chance. So few people get that.
You've seen how happy Zainab is.
So am I. Please.
You have to tell her, Dad,
or I will.
Tell me what?
BANGING ON DOOR
Police! Unless you're thinking of inviting us to a game of rounders,
-I'd put that down if I were you.
-Get out! Get out of my house! Go on, out.
Warrant to search properties belonging to Philip Mitchell.
It's all I could find!
-There's police everywhere. I thought...
-In the square.
What were you doing outside?
I couldn't sleep. A lot on my mind.
Look, Pakistan will mean a big change for all of us.
But an exciting one, huh?
-Yes, we couldn't sleep at all.
Kamil woke me.
Just been one of those nights, I guess.
So, what are we supposed to have done, then?
Are you the one that went through my knicker drawer?
-Find anything you want to wear?
-I'm glad you find this funny.
I'm just the lodger. I don't know anything about anything.
Ain't that the truth.
I've got the right to know why you're searching my house. Anonymous text message?
-You ain't popular, get used to it.
-I'm a busy man. I got people to see, places to go, all right?
My search warrant says properties belonging to Mitchell's Autos.
Would you care to accompany us?
Thanks for coming. Do call again.
You two start tidying up.
-I'll ring round.
-Use the dodgy mobiles, don't leave messages.
Shirley, I have done this before, you know.
Don't you just love this family?
Look at us, a family of insomniacs. I'm claiming the bathroom.
-You haven't said anything?
-Don't worry, I've kept up the lies.
But you have to leave. Today.
I can't do that.
You can't stay here, not now.
-You tried to kill her.
-No-one has to know.
What, and you think I can just carry on as normal?
I've kept this lie inside for 30 years.
Yeah, but now I know.
They arrested Alfie?
Why would they do that?
Absolutely no reason.
This ain't good.
-You all right, Alfie?
-Course I'm all right.
Having a right laugh in the pub.
Kat's laughing up there while the Old Bill are turning the place upside down.
Say what they're looking for?
-No, not said nothing to me, have they?
-They did us, as well.
-Seriously? So it's not just me, then?
-Or your business partner.
-What are you talking about?
-Anthony. He flew out of here like a rocket!
Listen, you tell Kat I'll be straight back.
What am I now, your good neighbour?
-You've been misinformed, haven't you?
-Who said I've been told anything?
Going to a lot of trouble on hearsay.
It's no trouble where you're concerned.
Now you're making this personal and that ain't nice.
We'll be back. All right, wrap it up, we're going!
Rest assured, you're never far from my thoughts.
What about all this mess, eh?
Complaints should be made in writing.
-Now is not the time to panic.
-Who's panicking, eh?
You're too clever for them to have anything on you.
How do they know what we're up to? I've only just got those watches.
Phil, we will find this person.
Winding me up is one thing, but they're trying to get me banged up.
-I ain't going back inside.
-You've got to stay strong.
You've got to show them monkeys that you don't care, you're on top of it.
The person that is doing this is close to us.
They know about Jack's folder and they can get into the flat.
Half the square's been through there one time or another, ain't they?
Then maybe he hasn't lost it?
We can't keep this here.
They've searched your gaff and I'm a known associate.
Oh, give it a rest, you big girl.
What am I, on the top ten most wanted list?
-No, no, no, I think it's Phil they're looking for.
I was coming in this morning, I bumped into Shirley...
Hello, hello, hello.
There's a whole heap of policemen out there. What's going on?
-No idea, mate.
-What do you want?
-A bit late for bonfire night...
-It's a new line.
-Yeah, just storing them, that's all, Paddy.
-None of my business.
There's no reason why the bill will come in here.
Too many people know what we're doing.
But of course, if you're looking for somewhere
to store your new line, it could be my business, you know?
I don't understand, why is everyone awake? It's night still.
Don't be ridiculous. When I was a little girl, by this time I would have done all my chores,
read the paper to my father
and cooked breakfast for everyone in the house by 6am.
-And still, you think Pakistan is a good idea.
You know, it won't hurt you to be on time for the restaurant for once in your life.
Now, come on, move. And don't you dare go back to bed.
-And don't shout, you don't want to wake Kamil up!
And don't spend all morning in the shower.
You leave today, while Mum's at work.
I'll make up some excuse,
say you've been called back to Pakistan or something.
Then, in a few days, I'll tell her you're not coming back.
-I can't do that.
-Don't worry, I won't tell her the truth.
I'll say it's a commitment thing.
Met a younger woman, you never loved her,
she makes you sick -
all the things that will be so much easier than telling the truth.
-Don't destroy what we have.
-What you have?
-What you have is a lie.
If there was a medal for sleeping
that boy would be an Olympic champion.
-Who wants what for breakfast?
-I should get going.
When you interrupted us last night, dad was telling me something.
He has to go away on business.
He has to leave today.
He didn't want you to know,
but he has to go.
Today? What business?
I can't... I can't do this any more.
Then tell her the truth.
I started the fire.
He tried to kill you.
I'm so sorry.
I wanted to tell you for so long.
Ooh, running from the law? You can run but you can't hide.
-Is it Masood? What's happened?
It was a long time ago.
It look's like you've seen a ghost.
How do you do it, Denise?
How do you just keep going and going after everything you've been through?
-How do you start over again?
You've got to believe that it is going to get better the next time,
otherwise, you won't get up in the morning.
-Zainab, you look so sad.
-Please, don't pity me.
I need to go.
-No, it's fine. It's nothing.
Zainab, you're hiding in the store room.
It's a silly argument with Masood, you know.
I can't believe me, a grown woman, letting a man get to me.
Come on, you know it's not going to be easy for him,
you moving on with your life - you and Yusef.
I know he's got Jane.
Hey, we ain't always seen eye to eye, you and me.
What with the whole Yusef thing.
You've been through so much but you've got a wonderful family.
You're a strong woman, Zainab, and I admire that about you.
Right, go, go. Hurry up.
Hey, fellas, fellas, we need to talk rent.
-What you talking about?
-It's the season of good will.
-Man can't live on good will alone.
Paddy, this is just a box of fireworks and booze.
-Of dubious background.
-Can we talk about this inside, please?
No, man, I comfortable here.
-And a case of rum.
What do you want? Or have you just popped by to see how I am?
-Yeah, that's it.
-Aww, how sweet. We should look out for each other.
-Be open and honest.
-Especially now we're in love.
Especially now we're going to be business partners.
Yeah, now we're mixing business with pleasure.
Oh, and by the way...
..I've got a bank statement
showing exactly what I've put aside for the gym.
What I'm worth to you, Michael.
-But what exactly are you worth to me?
-I can cover that.
-Yeah, yeah, I got that.
-That's not what Jack says.
-He reckons you don't even own the suit you are standing in.
-He said that, did he?
-You lied to me.
Shut the door on your way out.
Unless, of course, you're looking for a job as a cleaner?
When Phil finds out who it is, he's going to go mental on them.
Yeah, that's if he finds out.
-All right, boys?
Got here as soon as we could. Roxy called.
She's in the living room.
Right, you wait here.
He thinks he's some sort of gangster.
This is serious. Someone's grassing Phil up.
-We don't know that.
-What about the text messages, photos and all that?
Yusef, get out!
Masood was right. You lied.
You wormed your way into our house. Why did you do that?
I wanted to be with you.
He warned me about you, but I was too stupid to listen.
I love you.
-You love me? You tried to kill me.
I spent my whole life living with what I did.
Wishing every day I'd been stronger.
-Strong enough to stand up to my father.
I was just a boy, Zainab.
I wanted to hurt you. But when I saw you again,
all I could think of was us starting over.
Having the life I always dreamed we would.
You looked me in the eyes
and you lied to me.
You showed me your scars and you made me believe you.
How did you get them?
I went back for you.
-I loved you.
I still do.
And I'll always be grateful to Masood for saving your life.
You love me?
Everything that we have is based on lies.
How will I ever believe another word you say to me?
You made me think that I had wronged you when I ran away with Masood.
I don't know who you really are, Yusef.
No, this is the real me.
The man you've grown to know in these past months.
This is who I really am.
Please believe me. I was angry, scared.
My wife had betrayed me. My family had turned their back on me.
I had nothing left.
So, you burned me.
-I still have nightmares.
-I have the same nightmares.
I know you can never forgive me.
But it's right you know the truth.
Be my guest.
-No more games. It ends now.
-Well, this has got nothing to do with me.
Cos if I got the Old Bill round, they'd have found something.
Well, someone is seriously trying to get on my bad side.
I've done a bit of investigating myself.
I know who took your file.
-I knew you'd do this.
Get all paranoid.
Go off at the deep end. And you're right, I've got nothing.
Just this grifter's suit, but I earned it.
I grafted for every penny of it. What have you got?
Granny's bank balance. Work hard for that, did you? I doubt it.
It must have been hard pretending to love some bitter old boot...
Ah, careful. Watch out, Janine. You'll be following in her footsteps.
I swotted for every penny of that.
Just about sums you up, Michael. Small change.
I would have matched anything you put on the table. Anything.
Cos that's how I roll. I always come out fighting.
That's what you love about me, right?
But you can't trust anyone, can you?
Because Daddy left you.
I get you, Janine. I get you.
I thought you got me.
I thought we were going places.
Martina's given us the go ahead. Shenice can stay for Christmas.
Oh, great. We're like a proper family then, ain't we?
Right mess the Old Bill made upstairs.
-That's all I need after a late night last night.
I'll tidy up. Spend some time with Tommy.
Jean's taken him for a walk.
Great, isn't it?
Tommy's not even a year old and already,
he's had his first police raid.
-They grow up so quickly nowadays, don't they?
-It's not funny, Alfie.
-About last night...
-Tommy's still a baby.
He won't remember none of this when he grows up, all right?
It's not just today, though, is it?
It's this life - police,
dodgy dealings, fights. Other kids don't get this start in life.
They do round here.
Maybe that's the problem - living round here.
-Well, I happen to like it here.
-You said that about Spain.
-You all right, Derek?
Them Jehovah's Witnesses can be very persistent, can't they?
And they love to start early and all.
Give us five minutes, mate? There's a cafe across the road, yeah?
-Did they have any luck or did their efforts fall on stony ground?
-No, they left empty-handed.
-You here for your weekly donation, then?
No, you hang on to the collection box this week, Alf.
A man on license doesn't want to have to explain a cash surplus.
You're not expecting a tug, are you?
If they draw a blank at the Mitchells,
they might want to widen the net.
Hope our goods are safely stashed away.
They're safe as houses. I moved them, right...
Woah, Alf, Alf, information best kept to yourself, mate.
I know nothing, remember?
Good. Right, then, I'll see you later.
Yeah, see you later, Derek.
-Right, I am off to The Arches.
All right, Dad?
There's nothing to find.
-So, is everything OK?
Nice to see you, too. See you later.
Why were you in Jack's flat?
Me? I wasn't in your flat.
Your fingerprints are all over my place.
-I don't know what you're talking...
-They ain't my fingerprints.
You've got a criminal record.
-Maybe I went in there once, all right? Years ago, with Roxy.
-What, in my bedroom?
-What do you know about this, eh?
-I'm losing my patience with the pair of you.
-What's all the shouting about?
-You ever taken Ben into my flat?
-Maybe it was Ronnie.
-I don't think so.
You know what? Maybe I'll report this as a break in, eh?
See how you like another stint inside.
-We were just looking for a couple of DVDs.
When we were babysitting Amy.
-It was my idea...
-You left Amy on her own!
-Yeah, and she nearly drowned.
We trusted you, Ben.
I thought you'd gone to work with Tamwar.
I did. Popped back to see...
Should we be frightened of your father?
You love someone for 21 years,
and then, you discover he's not the man you thought.
If we'd have never found out, would it have changed things?
You can't deny the past, cover it up.
He is my past, we were married.
He tried to kill you.
Because I was unfaithful. Because I betrayed him.
And that gives him the right to hurt you?
He was my husband.
Kamil baba, I want you to go to the restaurant.
I want you to play with Tamwar, OK?
I really need all of you out of the house.
Why? I'm not leaving you here with him.
That fire, it ruined our lives.
There is only one way that we can move forward.
-You're not listening.
-Please, Afia. I need you to do this for me.
Baba, you be a good boy, OK? Thank you.
You take care of him.
-You were looking after Amy when you broke into my flat.
-Don't threaten my kid.
-These two muppets nearly drowned Amy!
-She didn't drown, did she?
She's better off with me rather than you lot!
I'm supposed to pay for their mistakes?
You know what? This family ain't fit to have kids.
-You know what? You can forget about seeing Amy.
Oi, I ain't going to ask you again, all right?
-How could you?
-It was just for a few minutes.
Those few minutes have cost me my daughter.
-Don't start having a go at one another,
not with the Old Bill digging around.
Listen, we're solid, OK?
-Get yourselves a decent breakfast, all right?
It ain't Jack or any of us.
Whoever this is wants two grand tomorrow in cash.
I'll just take a few bits now.
My family is everything.
I understand that. You won't hear from me again.
So, we need to put all of this behind us.
Never speak of it again.
Because it's not important anymore.
What's important is the future
and I can't wait for my life to start again.
Let's get married.
Come on, Billy, get on with it, will you?
Be quicker if you give me a hand, wouldn't I?
Should be at home looking after Lola.
-Been really sick in the mornings.
-Sure she can cope without you.
Don't know why we don't just sling all this lot into the Thames.
Cos this lot's still worth some money.
Besides, I don't intend being out of business long.
That'll do. Go on, sling it in.
Well, come on then, fill it up.
-Still getting them texts, then?
-Just get on with it, will you?
With you and Amira leaving for Karachi tonight,
I didn't want you to miss the wedding.
You've only just got divorced from Dad. Did you put her up to this?
-No, he did not.
-Actually, it was your mother's idea.
The imam will conduct the ceremony in here.
In the house? Anyone would think you're too ashamed to do this in public.
It wouldn't be fair to use the mosque.
I don't want to rub your father's nose in it.
-Oh, so, suddenly, Dad's feelings matter.
I assume you'll be telling him it's taking place today?
You wouldn't want him hearing it from someone else.
Of course I'll be telling him.
Maybe he'll talk some sense into you. What do you think, Tambo?
You haven't said a word.
Er...I just want Mum to be happy.
So...if this makes her happy, then so am I.
Yusef and I are getting on with our lives, Syed.
Doing all the things we said - getting married, going to Pakistan...
It's time we looked to the future.
Breakfast's getting cold.
Yeah, I don't fancy it, Mum, thanks.
Well, if you're not... I hate seeing good food go to waste.
Thought I might pop over the salon, make sure everything's ticking over.
-Yeah, it's all right, Mum. Jane's helping out.
She knows as much about beauty as I do about rocket science.
She's just doing the books, Mum. Gaynor can manage the rest.
All right, I'll do a bit a shopping, then.
We're short of a few things.
-I done all the shopping yesterday.
-Better get the bus to the supermarket.
Takes a bit longer but it's cheaper.
Anything I can do, Cora? Like to earn me keep.
Nah, you're all right.
I might go and see Rainie, then. Any message, Tan?
I'm surprised she hasn't been to see you, especially with you starting with...
What is it this week - chemo?
Internal radiation, Derek.
-We should get to the hospital.
-Derek, just give it a rest.
-How long's he planning on staying?
-Babe, ain't going be for long, I promise.
Just till he finds his own place.
And I know it ain't the best timing but I can't kick him out, can I?
He needs a fixed address.
First the notes, threats, police. And now they're asking for cash.
Don't that seem a bit odd to you?
Everyone that knows me round here, knows that I'm worth a few quid.
-Why wouldn't this joker want to cash in, eh?
-This ain't Jack's style.
Yeah, well, he ain't the only Branning round here, is he? And she ain't exactly minted either.
I still think you need to be careful.
It could be a set up. If they text again, just ignore it.
Too late. I've already told them where to pick up the cash.
-You mad? You don't know what you're walking into.
-Since when did I hide?
-It's them who wants to be worried, not me.
-We've got the filth all over us.
-You do anything stupid, you could go down for years.
-Phil, you'll never guess what!
-Everything all right?
Oh, yeah, yeah. That's all done. Listen, listen, right.
I've been chosen to be an Olympic torchbearer!
Just got an email. Brilliant, eh?
I'll just get myself a tea.
-So they get the cash. Then what?
-Then I'll be waiting.
I'm going to be doing this on my own.
Someone round here's forgotten who they're dealing with.
It's about time I reminded them.
What can I do for you?
I'm getting married today.
To Yusef, of course.
I know it probably seems very much out of the blue...
Well, you know what I think of Yusef.
But I can hardly stand in your way.
I mean, what am I going to do, storm into your wedding and object?
Don't you dare.
Well, I just wanted you to know.
Gossip travels very quickly round here.
I thought it might be in the Gazette by lunchtime.
People get divorced and remarried every day.
What's so special about us, Zainab?
And we had a good run.
And now you've got Jane.
Yeah. Yeah. Well, you'd better get back to your groom.
Good luck, Zee.
And you, Mas.
Well, it's not like we're never going to speak to each other.
I mean, you still only live across the road.
Yeah. Whenever you want to see Kamil.
I'll be fine, don't worry.
I came to see Derek but there's no-one in, so...
Give us your keys. Come on.
Why don't you stay for a bit, Rai?
Oh, come on, we're going to have to put this behind us, sooner or later.
How do I get over you murdering Dad?
You think cos you made your big confession and Mum says, "There, there," that it don't matter?
No, of course not. But I've had a lot to deal with lately and I'm...
It's only ever about you. I've always played second fiddle.
Playing the victim, more like.
And why do you think that is? Cos you drove me to it!
Oh, right. Oh, of course, now I see where this is going.
Yeah, cos you were only ever on drugs because of me.
And you never got off the estate cos I left you there with Mum.
Every time you've ever been in the gutter, it's all down to me.
No. No, I know what I brought on myself. I've taken responsibility.
But with Dad...
You're the only one who got to say goodbye.
What d'you want me to do, Rai? Turn back time?
I want you to say you're sorry. Cos you haven't.
You haven't said you're sorry to me for what you did.
Our dad was suffering. And what I did, it stopped the pain.
I can't be sorry for that.
Then I can't be your sister no more.
You're not up the duff, are you?
Is it so wrong for me to want to make things official,
to give Kamil a stable future?
No, of course not. It's just...
It is so rushed.
Can't you just be happy for me, Denise? This is what I want.
KNOCK ON DOOR
Hope I'm not interrupting. I don't mean to hurry you but we've lots to do before one.
-S'pose I'll see you tomorrow, then.
Unless you've arranged a shotgun honeymoon.
Weren't you going to tell Denise all your news?
Yes, well, I haven't had a chance.
The sooner she knows, the sooner she can find a replacement.
Since we'll be moving to Pakistan,
I thought it best to hand in my notice straightaway, so...
No, no, hang on.
Pakistan? Since when?
And no, you can't just resign!
That is my decision. I'll be back for my things.
Am I the only one who cares about what she did?
Don't you ever say that again.
Mum, I can't get it out of my head.
When he died, all I wished was to get one more day with him.
I'd have given anything for that. But SHE took that away from me.
Cos you're going to wipe away the tears, pull yourself together,
-and go back to Tanya and apologise.
By the time your dad was diagnosed, he was already terminal.
He was always going to die.
All your sister did
was put him out of his misery sooner rather than later.
What she did, she did out of love.
Where's your love for her, eh? Now she needs it?
She could be dying.
She's been suffering for months in silence on her own with this.
She's still suffering. But you?
Where's the justice in that...
..after all these years you've been poisoning yourself?
I've always defended you, Rainie.
But right now, I'm ashamed to be your mother.
I'll have one.
So what about you, Mum?
What about me?
If you care so much, what you doing trying to find any excuse
to stay away from your sick daughter?
What you doing here, why aren't you at hers?
I offered to help when I found out. She wanted Max.
And I bet you were really relieved, deep down inside.
You wanted to help Dad at the beginning, didn't you, too, remember?
But not at the end. Nah, not when it started getting nasty.
All you did was hide yourself inside the bottle.
Like you're doing now.
We're no different, you and me.
You're taking it so calmly.
Well, we live separate lives now.
Didn't seem that way yesterday.
She was really upset after your run-in.
I didn't see Zainab yesterday. Why, what happened?
I must've got it wrong.
Look, doing this - it can't be the Zainab you know.
She hasn't been the Zainab I know for some time.
Anyway, it wasn't that long ago you had designs on Yusef, yourself.
Don't remind me. Dunno what I was thinking.
Clearly the man's irresistible. She can't she wait to marry him.
Mas...if you're not OK with this, talk to her.
-She might listen.
-It's none of my business.
-Maybe not the wedding but the move. Come on...
She hasn't told you.
Her and Yusef are going to move to Pakistan.
She can't leave, she's got too much here.
She's handed in her notice and given that as the reason.
-She is going to go. And soon.
-She can't take Kamil to Pakistan.
-Then do something.
Weddings are so exciting, don't you think?
Mmm, yeah, though sometimes for the wrong reasons. Take me and Tam.
I'm sure you must have heard we snuck off on our big day.
I think so many people had an opinion about whether or not we should get married,
we almost did it out of defiance, you know?
But that doesn't mean it was the wrong decision.
You and Tamwar love each another, no?
-So then that's all that matters.
Only the two of you know what's right for you,
how you feel about each other.
There, all done.
Don't you look beautiful?
Can I have a moment alone, please?
-Here you go.
Tell you what,
why don't we forget about these and go back to the B&B, eh?
I wanted a chat.
You and me are meant to be a bit of fun, eh?
God knows I need some.
Ain't exactly a barrel of laughs living at your sister's.
Gives me the heebie-jeebies just looking at her.
-Riddled, she is.
-Don't say that.
Since when were you bothered?
Ah! Can't have been easy, eh?
Watching everyone doting on her the last few weeks.
Stealing the limelight from poor little Rainie again, was she?
-No wonder you hate her.
You've got a funny way of showing it.
If you change your mind, you know where I am.
-So they didn't show, then?
You should go.
-And let them make a mug of me again? No way.
-They ain't going to do that. Not if we do things my way.
-Rai? I can't handle another row...
-I don't want to row with you.
-I've come to say sorry, before I go.
-Anywhere away from Walford.
-Rai, we both said some awful things but...
You didn't say anything I didn't deserve.
But what I said to you when I found out...
about hoping the doctors couldn't help you...
I was, you know, I was drunk, I was in shock.
I didn't mean that. I didn't mean none of that.
I know you didn't, darling. I know.
It doesn't mean you've got to go, does it?
You didn't... You didn't tell us what was happening to you
for all those months because you didn't want to be a burden, right?
And you're not.
I'm the one you all end up running around after
every time I hit the crack or the booze.
Or I'm the one who always ends up crying on someone's shoulder.
-That don't matter, Rai.
-It does. Cos you've got to get better.
Nothing should stand in the way of that, Tan.
And you know me, I've always got to be centre of attention.
And anyway, I can't stand hospitals. They give me the willies.
You're moving on?
Got somewhere to stay?
Couple of mates owe me favours.
Tell her to stay, Mum.
Your sister's got to learn to stand on her own two feet.
All part of the recovery, ain't it, Rain?
You sure this isn't because of...?
No. I'll get my head round that.
This is all I've got on me.
Give us a shout if you need anything. Any time.
Oh, hang on.
I borrowed that a while back.
-That's what happened to it. I wondered.
-Hope the red wine stain comes out. Joke! Joking.
What about me?
As it happens...
Last of the big spenders.
Go, quickly. Go.
You took your time.
I got waylaid. It won't happen again.
Knew you'd be back.
Countless men and women reverence God,
through whom ye demand your mutual rights.
And reverence the womb that bore you, for God ever watches over you.
-I'm not expecting anyone. Kamil?
-They'll probably go away.
DOORBELL RINGS AGAIN Or not.
Maybe Dad didn't take it as calmly as you thought.
No, I'll go.
I'm sorry about this.
-I need a word with Zainab.
-Can't it wait?
-No, it can't.
If you think you should.
So, Rainie's done a bunk, then.
She hasn't done a bunk, she's moved on, actually.
You're well rid, if you ask me. Spend as much time as I have inside,
you learn to spot a nut-job at 20 paces.
Oh, right, and I thought you two were getting on like a house on fire.
What's wrong? You're not used to a woman walking away unless you tell her to?
-If I wanted a bird like Rainie, I'd find her on any street corner.
That's my sister you're slagging off. I want you out.
-I don't think Max would approve of that.
Of what? What wouldn't Max approve of?
I've asked him to leave. It's just not working, him being here.
What's happened? You all right?
Yeah, fine. I will be. When he's gone.
It's all right, mate. I know where I'm not wanted.
It's just, Tanya's got to come first, know what I mean?
I understand. I understand, mate.
-In case you hadn't noticed, I'm in the middle of something very important!
The pill-popping, the decision to move away, you jack in your job...
-It's all down to Yusef.
-He's controlling you, pulling your strings.
-That's the most ridiculous thing I've ever heard!
It weren't Masood who upset you yesterday. It was him.
-Look, Zee, I just want to help...
He may not be perfect, he may sometimes make mistakes,
-say things he doesn't mean...
There it is. The excuses.
Come on, Zee. It's a skip and a jump from, "He's not perfect,"
to, "He always says sorry afterwards."
I've heard it all before. Cos I've said it, too.
I've been there, remember?
So that's what this is about, then, isn't it?
Well, I'm sorry, Denise, but I can't make your life any better
by pretending to be some poor abused little woman.
Yusef and I are equals.
We respect each other. We want the same things.
-But you wouldn't understand that because you have never had it.
-I did have it. With Kevin.
Kevin's dead! Owen was a violent drunk. Lucas... Let's not even go there, shall we?
It's not Yusef's fault that you have failed as a wife.
I'm sorry, Denise.
You have been through some terrible things
but I would never, EVER be so weak, or so feeble,
as to let it happen to me.
And you have got to accept that.
I'll leave you to get married, then.
-Yes. You do that.
-Yes, I will do that.
And maybe I have read too much into things
and maybe some of this is about me...
..but you be absolutely sure -
SURE - that this is what you want, Zee.
-It wasn't me! I swear!
They paid me. Said I had to pick up a bag or something.
Who did, eh? Who? I want a name! Who?
Well, Denise has gone.
What? You expecting a delivery?
Dunno what you're talking about.
Me and Liam was just going to hang out, weren't we, Liam?
-Whatever he's told you, he's lying.
-We'll forget about you being greedy.
-All I want is the file.
-The file. Where is it?
-All right. Steady, Phil.
-I don't know about any file.
-Where is it?!
Well, don't just stand there, call an ambulance!
-If you'll excuse me a moment?
Yes, I know that.
Listen, all I'm asking for is a little bit more time.
Well, thanks very much for your understanding.
You winning or losing the battle today?
Tanya finally seen sense, has she?
-No, I just fancied a change of scene, that's all.
Well, the Tube station's that way.
You gave me quite a fright, running off like that.
Are you going to tell me what Denise said to you?
It doesn't matter now.
So now what?
Now we go and get married.
That is still what you want?
Perhaps we should just reschedule.
Syed and I are flying to Pakistan tonight.
We really should go and open up the restaurant.
No, let's just wait a little bit longer.
Sorry about that.
But we're ready to proceed now.
Mum, are you OK?
Let's continue, shall we?
She is going to be all right? She's pregnant. The baby'll be all right, won't it?
-Where's the file?
-This can wait.
-I know she's been sending me all this stuff!
-Back off! It wasn't her.
Well, how did she know about it, eh?
-Because I told her.
-You did what?!
-You happy now?
Do I look happy?
She could have died cos of you.
-Where you going?
-To the hospital.
Yeah. Yeah, this is me, calm.
-So you weren't invited to your boss's wedding?
-Oh, no. It's just a small family affair.
It's a bit rushed though, innit? Hey, you don't suppose Zainab is, um...?
I shouldn't think so. I don't think they go in for all that.
Not before they're married, anyway.
Mind you, I did have a feeling.
And that is another eligible bachelor crossed off the list.
You actually have a list?
That's very organised.
Maybe I should have a list.
Maybe you should have a tarot reading.
I don't think so.
I mean, your palm reading wasn't very successful, was it?
Me and Norman? Didn't really work out.
You've got to keep the faith, Jean.
And what about you, Kim?
Do you fancy seeing what the cards have in store for you?
Well, if it helps get me a man, count me in.
And marriage is a joyful union.
A union of two hearts...
two bodies, two minds,
and two families.
Entwined forever in the service of Allah.
And as such, it must be entered into freely
and without force.
And so I ask you, Yusef,
do you enter into this marriage of your own free will?
do you enter into this marriage of your own free will?
Yeah, vodka and tonic, please, Jean. Make it a double.
All right, sis, fancy a bit of tarot?
What happened to staying calm?
You ain't going to find anything in here.
Lola was probably chancing her arm
so she could get her hands on some cash.
Billy ain't off the hook yet, all right?
Oh, yeah. Billy Mitchell - criminal mastermind.
Whoever's behind this is still out there, whispering into the Old Bill's earhole.
Well, they're wasting their time, because the Old Bill ain't got anything on you!
That should be the least of your worries.
What if Lola loses the baby?
You better pray that she keeps shtoom.
The last thing you need is an assault charge.
So you just burst in there all guns blazing?
Mate, I would have loved to have seen the look on old Ma Masood's face!
It ain't funny, Kim.
But it is just a little bit funny.
But I've just made a complete fool of myself.
No, you were just looking out for your mate.
Even if she doesn't deserve it.
Yeah, but maybe Zainab's right. Maybe I just see what I want to see.
Maybe I've let what's happened to me in my past cloud my judgement
and I've just, you know, jumped to the wrong conclusions.
And maybe there is just the tiniest little bit of me
jealous of Zainab getting the man.
Please. Marriage is way over-rated, if you ask me.
And how would you know?
Well, obviously, I don't have your illustrious track record.
But I do know a thing or two.
And your problem is you dwell too much on the past.
-Oh, is that right?
-Yes, it is. You need to look towards the future.
That's what you need to do.
Here, Rosie, we need to set another place at the table.
-Yeah, it'll be all right.
-How is she?
-Don't know. She's having a CT Scan.
They think she might have brain damage?
They'd have to find it first.
-Lo, you all right, darling?
-Take more than a bang on the head to dent this skull.
It must be pretty thick to think blackmailing Phil was a good idea!
Yeah, yeah, we'll talk about that later, eh?
-How's the baby?
-There's no cause for concern.
Did you give her one of those scan things?
No need at this stage.
Lola hasn't displayed any symptoms to suggest that the baby's come to any harm.
That's all right, innit?
Mr William Mitchell?
Hayley Roberts, Children's Services.
Aye-aye, I know that look.
Someone's about to get a tongue-lashing. Mind if I tag along?
-Oh, lovely, be just like old times.
Except I can fight my own battles now, thanks, Derek.
-Well, how long's he going to be?
-I dunno. Not long. Why?
What's the urgency?
Oi! You get a kick out of terrorising young kids, do you?
Yeah, when they try and screw over my family, I do.
-Liam is 12 years old!
-He's old enough to know better then!
Like Lola(?) Yeah, blackmailing her own family.
-How is Bianca? She still enjoying prison life?
Oi, oi! Judging by all the Old Bill buzzing round here,
word is your old man'll soon be back inside. You want to think about that.
If you want to keep your job,
I suggest that you and Lurch here keep your noses out of my business.
I think that calls for a drink. You'll join us, Pat?
When hell freezes over.
They're not a very friendly lot round here, are they? Come on, sis.
No, I've got the kids' tea to sort out.
Oh, come on, you can spare your...
Hold on, I know what you need.
Come on, come with me. Come on.
And then she slipped and hit her head.
So, that's us all done, yeah?
I just need to corroborate your version of events with Lola, obviously.
But that might be a bit tricky at the moment.
She's out sparko.
-I was led to believe Lola's injuries weren't that serious.
-Yeah, well, she's sleeping.
Yeah, she was told she needed total rest, so...
I'll still need to speak to her.
Yeah, yeah, course. Soon as she wakes up, yeah.
-OK, well, I'll let her get some rest and I'll pop back later.
Felt good, didn't it, eh,
seeing off old hatchet-face together?
Yeah, just as long as it don't cost me my job.
No, they're all talk, that mob.
House of cards waiting to fall.
And let me guess, you're going to bring them tumbling down.
You know, you're right - you can look after yourself these days.
Yeah, I've had a lot of practice over the years, Derek.
Well, Max and Jack could never be relied on, could they?
Still, must have been a comfort having them around
when your Billie died.
Don't pretend that you care.
Oi, you're my little sister. Nothing changes that.
Not even marrying someone with the wrong skin colour?
Like I said, the nick changes a man.
Oh, right, so you're a reformed character now, are you?
No. I'm still rotten to the core.
But that doesn't mean to say I don't regret some of the things I did back then.
Some of the things I said.
I...I better go, get the kids their tea.
Ain't got room for one more, have you?
-Oh, yeah, I'm sure Pat would love that!
-I'll do the washing up.
Come on, then, just don't get in her way.
Now, don't forget, if the Social ask, you just slipped and fell, right?
Looks like I've had a wasted journey.
She's fine... in case you were wondering.
Well, that's good.
But you've obviously got your story straight, so no harm done.
No harm done?!
We've had Social Services round here, asking questions.
If she hadn't tried it on, this wouldn't have happened!
If they try and take her baby away cos of this, right,
-don't expect me to cover for you!
-You got a death wish, Billy?
-You think I'm scared of you?
-No. I KNOW you are.
-Don't push me!
Why, what you going to do, Billy, eh?
I know stuff about you, remember.
Is that right? Maybe YOU'VE been sending me this stuff all along.
-You're losing the plot!
-It'd be just like you!
-You little coward!
-Anything happens to Lola and that baby, you'll see how much of a coward I am!
-You're a joke.
If all she's got is you, won't be long before she's back in care where she belongs!
-Come on, then!
Oi, oi, oi! What's going on?
Don't push your luck, Billy - do you hear me?
I didn't mean to land you in it with Phil.
Don't go pulling any more strokes like that, OK?
But what would you have done if he'd have hit you?
Gone down like a sack of spuds, probably.
Right, come on, mischief. Let's get you home.
-Lo? Lo, what's the matter?
-I'm feeling funny.
< TV ON
All right, Pat?
What the hell do you think you're doing?
I happen to be watching a very interesting documentary
about the snow leopard.
-But if you want to watch something else, feel free.
-This is my house and I want you out now.
-Why don't we see what she's got to say about that?
-She's just popped round the shops. She'll be back in a minute.
You see, I think she quite likes the idea of having her big brother around.
D'you want a beer?
I never did like staying here anyway.
Fine. Well, you can get back in the gutter where you belong.
Oh, yeah? Yeah?
Yeah, and where do you belong, Pat, eh?
On some street corner in the pouring rain
with the wind biting at your dignity.
Don't you dare try and take the moral high ground over me!
Look at you. Desperately trying to paint the veneer of middle-class respectability.
But you scratch the surface and what do you get? I'll tell you.
You get a cheap, lonely, dried-up old whore with delusions of grandeur.
And what do you get if you scratch beneath YOUR surface?
-More than you could handle, love.
-I've seen off worse than you before.
-And I'll do it again. Now scram!
-Did you say he could stay?
He's my brother, Pat.
And this is my house.
I won't have vile scum like that under my roof.
You've had your differences, but he's trying to...
Oh, let me guess.
He said he's changed. Turned over a new leaf.
Regrets past mistakes.
And you believed him.
Well, more fool you.
Ain't my lucky day, is it, eh?
She all right?
is about the past, the present...
and the future.
Yeah, well, we're here to focus on the future.
First draw your court card.
-The Queen of Pentacles.
-Is she the kick-ass mama of the pack?
Actually, quite the opposite.
She's the homemaker.
I don't think you've tuned in properly yet.
You had to push it, didn't you? Telling Pat that I said you could stay!
I didn't! She just got the...
-You went into battle for me, though, didn't you, eh?
-God knows why.
So you've outstayed your welcome at Max's?
That Tanya is a very unwelcoming woman.
-So what now?
-Go wherever my old motor will take me, I suppose.
-What, you're leaving?
-Nothing to stay here for, is there?
-Why don't you check into the bed and breakfast for a couple of nights?
I think I'd better move on, don't you?
As if I ain't got enough with Carol Jackson on my back,
then I come to the hospital and see you about to clump Billy!
Billy deserves it, shooting his mouth off. And who cares what Carol Jackson thinks?
I do. And so should you. You can't have people round here thinking they can get the better of you.
-So less of the Rambo act, eh?
-What am I supposed to do?
Take up knitting, while whoever's out there to get me decides what their next move is?
-If it isn't Walford's answer to Bonnie and Clyde.
-What do you want?
This anonymous little voice in my head told me it would be a good idea to do a spot of gardening.
And lo and behold,
we uncovered a load of watches and money from the local allotments.
It's amazing what you can find, innit, when you dig deep enough.
And are my prints on any of this gear?
You want to give up gardening, mate. And take up fishing.
Ah, the horny devil.
Now we're talking.
Actually, combined with the three of cups,
this card represents...
-someone who's not happy with their life.
-Who says I'm not happy?!
The cards, apparently.
Not being funny, Rose, but you want to take these cards back and get a refund.
Because I am the Mayoress of Happy Town, cos I can do what I want,
when I want, with who I want.
So you don't want to settle down, then?
Kimberley Fox does not settle.
-Have kids one day?
-Who wants to have kids to tie them down?
All the stress and no reward.
-Do me a favour, cut it out.
-So what DO you want?
Hold on, I've got it.
It involves a night with George Clooney, a large sum of money, oh...
You know me too well.
You're lucky. They wouldn't normally scan you at this stage.
She is going to be all right, yeah?
It looks like everything's fine.
Although we will need Lola to come back for her regular scan in a few weeks.
The baby's all right, yeah?
You had me worried there.
I guess I never realised how much it meant to me until now.
Mind you, it looks a bit funny at the minute.
Yeah, you give it a couple of weeks, though.
It'll have eyes,
little hands, little feet...
It's amazing, watching them grow.
And then when they're born
and you hold them for the first time,
you just know...
that from that moment on,
you'll do anything to keep them safe.
But they won't try and take it away from me, will they? Or put me back in care?
No, just you let them try.
You're going soft, you.
You're all right.
And I love you.
Mind you, if anyone asks, I'll deny it, you know.
As I prepare the cards,
I want you all to think of an important question that you need to know the answer of.
The Knight Of Cups.
What's that all about, then?
That means a new love is on its way...
Well, it's obvious, innit?
You put on quite a show back there.
Well, Derek's gone now.
So I hope you're happy.
Are you all right?
Yeah, I'm fine. Good riddance, I say.
You never used to be so unforgiving, Pat.
-And you never used to be so stupid.
Look, I know he's not a saint, but he is my brother.
Are you some sort of moron or something?!
He treated you and Alan like dirt and he nearly killed David!
-What's the matter? Are you all right?
-Just leave me alone!
Is there something you're not telling me?
Simon got himself into a spot of financial bother in New Zealand.
So I took a out a loan to help him out.
Now he can't pay the money back to me and I've...
I've missed the repayment on the loan.
Well, talk to the bank. I'm sure they'll give you a bit more time.
The loan ain't with a bank.
I'm sure there's something we can do.
I was going to try Phil, only you barged in, all guns blazing.
Right. I'll call Ricky. I'm sure he can send some money over.
Carol, we're not talking a couple of hundred quid here.
I could lose the house.
I could lose everything.
It's been quite a day.
Yes, it has.
It's a shame the children all had to rush off like that.
Oh, I don't know. The peace and quiet makes a welcome change.
And thank you.
-For looking so beautiful.
For agreeing to be my wife. For making me so happy.
You know, there were times when I thought this day would never come.
But it did.
And it felt like we were those two teenagers back in Pakistan again.
-I'll make us some food.
-Maybe we could eat later.
It is our wedding night, after all.
Yes. Of course.
Shall we, Mrs Khan?
Here, fancy a bit of fish and chips?
-Here, mate, pull in on the right here.
-Cod and chips, yeah?
And a saveloy. And a gherkin.
-Fall didn't damage your appetite then?
-I'm eating for two now, ain't I?
All right, Phil? >
-Sorry about earlier.
-Listen, forget about it, all right?
Doing a bit more fishing? They do a lovely bit of cod in there.
William Mitchell, I'm arresting you on suspicion of possessing stolen goods.
You've got the wrong bloke!
-What you talking about?
-Your fingerprints suggest otherwise.
-No, you can't!
-Don't worry, Lo. Everything will be all right.
I'm going to swing for the person who's done this. Tearing this family apart.
Well, it ain't Billy this nutter's after, is it?
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As Yusef and Zainab get ready to move to Pakistan, a secret of Yusef's threatens to ruin their plans. As the police raid all of Phil's properties, his search for his stalker leads him to a surprising place. Patrick agrees to hide Alfie and Anthony's dodgy fireworks at the B&B. Rose does a tarot card reading for Kim and Jean and suggests love could be on the cards for one of them - but which one?