Phil discovers what has happened to Shirley. Denise finds out about Ian's lies. Jake's dark secret is revealed. Shirley's sister Tina arrives in Walford and trouble follows.
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Denise has heard nothing about Shirley. And neither has Lola.
No-one has heard a dicky-bird.
Well, these things happen, don't they?
You know, you do something to me,
and you're never going to find out, are ya?
Well, that's what's bothering me, you see.
If I kill you, I don't find out,
and if you don't tell me I don't find out.
So what's the difference if you're dead or not, eh?
Shirley was a clever woman.
She worked out what I was doing way before you did.
So she came to confront me.
Which means she wasn't that clever after all. God rest her soul.
You fancy a drive?
He's just having breakfast.
He hasn't left the house all weekend.
Well, he'll be OK. Maybe once he's eaten.
It's going to take more than a little bit of toast, Abi.
Frame my dad, would you?
Try and get him sent down so you could win your ex back?
-Is that what happened, yeah?
-Do me a favour, Lauren. Not now, OK?
Yeah, look, not here.
I'm not surprised that you're behind all this.
I think you'll find that's slander.
He made you believe that my dad was capable of anything like that...!
-Look, look, he's not worth it.
-Phil? He tried to kill you!
-I know, and I'm dealing with it, all right?
-He stitched you right up, Dad!
And I'm sick of it, all right? I'm sick of the whole lot of it!
Dad's right, Lauren. Just leave it.
I thought he'd be dead by now.
Yeah, and he would be if someone hadn't have bottled it.
-All in good time.
-You forgotten what happened last time you got in a motor with him?
I can handle him.
I'm not hiding!
You must have been so stressed to not even be able to turn up.
But, you know, you mustn't feel bad.
I know Max got off, but if that's the only evidence they had,
well, the police can't expect you to do all their work.
You've done nothing wrong.
I won't have you hiding away. This is us.
This is us against the world.
I don't know why you're not out there.
I mean, you're free, you were innocent.
Yeah, only cos Ian never turned up.
No-one knows he was lying, do they?
Just make Ian tell everyone, then.
Nah. Not going to drag you into it, am I?
It'd be like letting everyone know, "If you want something all you've got to do is threaten my kids."
It's better than hiding away,
letting everyone think you've done something that you haven't.
Lauren, if I managed to persuade my own family I'm guilty,
it's going to take a lot to persuade other people I'm not.
Not your whole family.
Look, can I just please enjoy being back at home for a bit?
Are you missing me already?
I, er, I bought you pastries.
We've just had breakfast. Celebrate Carol moving back in.
-She's only been gone for a day!
-Take a seat.
-If you can find one.
-You can have Liam's. Come on.
-I ain't finished yet.
You're going to be late for school.
Yeah, I'd better get in that lovely cab.
-Thanks for breakfast.
-Why can't I just leave and get a job?
-You can soon. Thanks. See you later.
HE CLEARS HIS THROAT AND SIGHS
Now everything's sorted, I guess Max will be back on the car lot.
And now Bianca's home,
I don't think there's anything here for you, is there?
I've got a big sale to wrap up.
Here y'are, plate, for your little pastries.
So this is it, is it?
I take you to a wasteland and you take me to one.
Is that it, is it?
So, you got your boys waiting for me? Is that the plan, is it?
You want to know what happened to Shirley?
Have you, er,
have you got a shovel in the back?
-I can't believe you did it.
Agreed to be my best man! Ah-ha-ha! Mwah-mwah!
-Get off! So you're asking me, yeah?
-Please, mate, yeah.
I ain't had a chance to sort out things properly,
what with the funeral and all that.
But if you can sort out the stag and sort out the catering...
How many are we talking?
I dunno. Roxy's got all the numbers.
Let me get tomorrow out the way and I'll talk to you.
-Love ya! Thanks, buddy.
It's going to come out somehow, you know.
You need to tell Denise the truth.
It'll all blow over.
Well, sometimes doing the right thing is hard.
Ian Beale doing the right thing?
-Yeah, well, he's been through a lot.
-Letting a guy get away with murder?
-Janine, it's not your fight.
-No-one was murdered.
I could quite happily forget some of the things I've seen.
And I'm sure that Alice would love me to, but I won't do it.
-Because a man is dead.
-That is completely different.
Er, Phil nearly died. You just can't get away with these things!
D'you know what? Get out of his caff!
Go and take your money somewhere where someone's actually going to appreciate it.
It's my husband's funeral tomorrow. Just attack me, why don't you?
Well, thank you for the backup(!)
She's right, you know.
It's for the court to decide.
What are you going to do when Carl comes for you?
Cos I don't imagine he's going to be too happy
about your heroic decision not to show, is he?
It wasn't my decision.
David found out, and he talked to Phil
who then shoved me into a van and locked it.
And here's me thinking that you'd actually chose
to do the right thing for once.
She ain't here.
Put the kettle on.
-I just told you she's not here!
-Where is she?
-What've you done with her?
-What's he doing here?
That's what I'd like to know.
Lauren, I told you, I can't. Not today.
Listen, er, about tomorrow's funeral,
I don't think there's going to be a big turnout.
That's cos no-one liked him.
Contrary, demanding, buttoned-up little man.
Yeah, well, I know you loved him.
Yeah, well, the only thing that I care about now
is that Alice gets what she deserves.
There are too many people round here that get away with murder.
You don't have to go to the Vic or anything,
but you want to go back to the car lot, don't you?
No, not really.
With everyone pointing at me and talking about me? Cheers.
I don't want to be in a zoo, Abs.
The people that matter know the truth. Who cares what the rest of them say?
There's not enough work for three people in there anyway.
Well, Joey's only covering until you're back.
And David was doing you a favour.
Well, I ain't going to sack him, am I? I'm not Derek.
Did he do that to you?
How's Lola and Lexi?
What do you mean how...?
Is that how he got you to leave?
You'd better take a deep breath
-cos when we're done here you won't be taking many more.
-So they're all right, you didn't do anything?
-Yeah, they're fine.
-Max is out. Ian didn't turn up.
You'd better start praying!
So you vanished? For them?
I missed my flight and that night he drove me here.
No goodbyes, no nothing, and he told me never to go back to Walford.
-Always look for the weakness.
-Should I be moving the crockery?
-I messed up my own kids' lives.
-I ain't going to do it to anyone else.
-As much as I'd love to
hang around listening to you two chatting, I've got things to do...
No, no, you don't!
I told you I'd tell you what happened to her. There she is.
What, and you think that's it, eh?
-It's time for you to pay.
What're you going to do? You can hear everything through these walls.
It's not like you've got a crowbar in your pocket, is it?
You're slipping, mate.
Are you just going to let him walk away?
I'll deal with him later.
So why here?
You met my sister?
Dad's just sitting there watching telly.
What, and you want me to give him some idea of what to watch, do you?
You, er, stepping in here. Saving him.
I know you didn't have to do that, that was good.
That was a really good thing to do.
Instead of having a go at Ian, you should be thanking him.
Maybe you should leave it...
Why don't you just give me some chocolate,
I'll bring it round to my dad and we'll forget it ever happened, eh?!
I know it's not been easy for you with your dad being inside...
Don't tell me what hasn't been easy!
You know your dad made it up, don't you?
But you've known all along, haven't you?
-Not all along.
-So that's what you meant.
When you said that you might be able to help my dad out.
-I tried to persuade him...
-You would let my dad rot
just to save your own?
He can't even leave the house, Peter.
Lauren, it wasn't like that.
You knew about it as well?
How long have you been baking?
-I'll put the kettle on.
Not for me, I'm not stopping.
There you go. All yours. Thanks for the space.
Joey's gone back to the R&R, so, er...
It ain't always the David show.
Get your life back, Max.
Look after your family.
Cheers, David. Yeah, I will.
This don't feel right. You kept everything going while I was inside.
Looks like you kept me out of prison too.
You don't have to go.
-Nah, I mean, job's yours if you want it.
What, have you tickling my time sheet?
I don't think so. Do you?
Did you really think he'd killed me?
I'd like to see him try.
What would you have played at my funeral?
Bat Out of Hell.
Anything by Sinitta.
So where did you get the bruises?
I went out to get some fags.
When I got back I found Tina's girlfriend getting a bit handy.
So she likes girls this week, does she?
Yeah, this week, next week.
So what was Zsa Zsa then, eh?
A phase I went through?
I'm a big old dyke, Philip. Sorry, your luck's out.
Why didn't you come to find me, Phil?
I thought you was in Greece, having a good time.
Every week, I just thought someone...
You had money, didn't you? She still could have come home.
Not until I knew Lexi was safe.
Two grand gets you a hell of a lot of vodka.
-Bit of a fish, my sister.
-Must be in my genes.
Like half the women in London.
Why don't you...
Why don't you come back to Walford, Shirl?
Hardly Greece, is it?
You protected my family, didn't you?
The least I can do is help you find a place of your own.
Paying my rent, you muppet, is what started this in the first place!
So I'll lend you the money for a deposit, then.
Carl getting to you that much?
Don't be silly.
Or do you just want some friends?
Come on. You know you love the chaos.
Maybe she loves it here.
I mean it. Come back to Walford.
I know you said not today, but...
I told you I was busy.
It's just...my ex.
It's just my dad,
and people and everything.
It's OK. It's OK, I'm here.
Everything's going to be all right.
I love you so much.
Just pretend I didn't say that.
Bet I love you more.
I don't want to hear it. I've had enough of everyone gossiping.
Only it isn't gossip, is it?
Leave this place.
Get out of this dump before knucklehead wants her dinner.
-She won't be coming back.
-They always do.
Well, if she does, you know, she's...
Oh, what? Why? "Cos she loves you"?
I don't do funerals.
Phil, lend us 50 quid.
What happened to no money?
It's just a borrow.
You find somewhere safe tonight. You find a hostel, find Zsa Zsa.
Anywhere away from that horrible mare!
You don't get to tell me what to do, you know, Shirl.
I will not offer you this again.
Didn't think you cared.
Mmm. Thank you.
I don't want to go back to Walford.
I want to stay here. With you. For ever.
You sure about this?
Just for a couple of weeks.
But I want to pay my own way. Get my own work.
I want a fresh start.
What as? A children's entertainer?
When I get enough money, I'll be gone again.
As far away from your ugly mug as I can.
Come on, then. You've got unfinished business.
David, I've just seen Max.
Where are you going to get the cash from now?
Your dad's given up the car lot. Says he wants to "help Max."
-No money. No job.
Must be difficult for a guy your age.
How are we going to help Alice?
It's one thing wanting to be the big hero, acting all noble, huh?
We've sold the cars we had, Carol.
-At least I'm not going to be there when they come back.
-It's you all over, you never stick at anything!
-If you ain't got a job you're going to have to move out.
I can always help out with a bit of money, you know.
-I've got a job offer.
-So you're all going to have to
put up with me for a little while longer.
I just wanted to say thank you. To both of you.
For all your, er, support.
If you ever get yourself in this kind of a mess again...
I know it's not been easy, but...
Is it true?
-You all right, David?
-All right? Yeah...
Um, listen Max, what I said earlier.
Er, I was a little bit hasty.
Right. What, so you're asking me for a job?
More like offering you my expertise.
Er, yeah. All right. Nine o'clock tomorrow morning.
-You can talk me through your sales.
Don't mean you can go near my sister.
Put the kettle on, shall I?
Well, erm...don't wait up.
You're not listening.
That's why Carl cancelled the debt.
You'd let an innocent man go to jail just to save yourself a few pennies?
I...I tried to reason with him.
What for, a few extra quid on top?
I tried to back out of it, OK? And when I did...
that's what happened. Carl beat Peter up.
Carl did this?
So you knew?
Sorry, didn't know who beat him up, or didn't know that you was lying?
He thought it was about the debt, OK?
Obviously I knew and... I was scared for my kids.
What else was I supposed to do?
Would you like us all to leave?
At the end of the day, I didn't go to court.
I didn't give evidence, and Max didn't go to jail.
Oh, come on Denise, please?
that must have been terrifying.
Yeah. I mean, it was.
I just...I just couldn't do it.
I couldn't stand up there in court and tell a lie.
Yeah, well, I guess I'm proud of you for that.
Now, tell her the truth.
I just did.
-If David hadn't found out...
David told Phil.
And Phil put him in the back of a van to stop him testifying.
Oh, well, that must have been so hard, Ian(!)
Standing up like that!
-I'm so proud of you(!)
Don't! You looked me in the eye... "protecting my kids?"
You actually knew, didn't you?
You let your own son take a beating!
Denise, it wasn't exactly like that.
You knew too?
Not from the start.
What about Cindy?
Nobody tells me anything.
Bobby? Anyone not know? Apart from me?
I've been out there defending you all day!
Even to my own family!
-Erm, Denise, maybe we...
-Us against the world!
-You keep away from me!
Bit predictable, though.
People usually hide when they hear the clock ticking.
Why would I do that?
Max has been released, Shirley can come home.
I'll stop hassling Ian like you asked.
-Any last words?
I've had words with friends inside.
-They can get to him quick, Phil.
-You lay one finger on my boy...
You lay one finger on me.
I'll see you around.
Look, I'm in a rush, all right?
If you've come round to give me grief...
You look exhausted, Janine. Trouble sleeping?
Not going to the funeral, no?
-Oh. I'm going to go and see Alice in a bit.
Is there anything you want me to pass on? You was in shock.
If things are starting to come back to you, people would understand.
What do you want me to say?
That Alice didn't stab Michael?
I just want you to admit that she did all that to save your skin.
There's a big difference between manslaughter and murder,
and you know it.
Alice stabbed him, all right?
Alice stabbed Michael twice and killed him, she's admitted that.
It might not be what you want to hear, but it's the truth.
Now, how about you stop interrogating me
-and take a look at your own sister?
-I don't need to.
I know my sister. There ain't a bad bone in her body.
And you're 100% sure about that, are you?
I didn't sleep a wink.
Nor did I.
Kept lying there...wondering, "Why am I still here?
"Why... Why am I lying in this house?
I couldn't think of a single good reason.
Do you know, I remember lying in bed with Owen...
..wondering the same thing.
-You can't compare me to him.
You don't hit me...
..but you hurt me.
You hurt me and then you beg for forgiveness.
It's just like he did.
And I promised myself I wouldn't put up with it again.
I'm nothing like him.
..but I thought you were different.
I just thought that perhaps for once I'd chosen someone
who was going to look after me,
make me feel safe.
No, I'm not going to repeat history.
I'm stronger than that.
I think I'd rather be lonely on my own than lonely in a relationship.
So, what are you saying?
I don't know.
-I've got two more viewings to go to.
Danny, get the details, please, and cover for her.
Isn't it the funeral today?
-Are you going to go?
I mean, we can handle things here today.
Maybe today's not a day for working, eh?
Maybe today's not a day for telling me what to do.
Don't you want to leave things on a good note? Make peace or...
-I'm just saying, he was Scarlett's dad.
You ain't got to pretend that he didn't mean anything to you.
-You're always going to have that bond, you know?
-Is it my turn?
-Yeah, we don't want gate-crashers, do we?
-No, we don't.
ALFIE: Be a good boy, Tommy. OK, I won't be long.
-Alfie, if it's a bad day for this...
-No, no, don't be silly.
You ain't seen my phone anywhere, have you, sweetheart?
-Yeah, it's by the TV.
-Oh, lovely, thank you.
Everything all right?
Yeah, it's just Tommy's got a bit of a temperature.
Me and Kat were hoping to take him with us, you know.
Well, why don't you see how he goes? If he's too ill, he's too ill.
Yeah. Listen, I need to pop out and get another shirt.
-The other one's got a curry stain on it.
-So, why don't you let me go?
Nah, you carry on doing what you're doing.
Gives me a chance to stretch my legs.
Get a bit of fresh air. I won't be long. Bye.
Well, that should be fine, let me just check the diary.
Um...4pm tomorrow? Yep, that's fine.
I'll see you then.
What's the occasion?
Don't need an occasion to want a new top, do I?
Yeah. Yeah, course I am.
You going out?
Yeah. Yeah, we're just out of milk.
Good for you.
I've just seen Shirley.
She's come back?
Yeah, yeah, I know. She's kipping at mine.
-It's the least I could do.
-What do you mean?
Nothing. Forget it.
You'll catch flies.
-You all right?
It's just, you know...I'm just thinking, you know, it's weird.
People still going about their business as usual, you know.
Well, I'm working,
cos I didn't want to be on my own with my stupid head.
-So, I'll see you at half twelve, then, yeah?
-Are you not getting anything?
Yeah. D'oh. Yeah, course I am.
Tea, please, sweetheart. Sorry.
-See you later.
I'm sorry, OK? Look, I'm really sorry.
It's all right. You were under a lot of pressure.
Good old Uncle Phil. You've paid off the debt.
Hey, why are you looking so scared?
I'm not going to bump you off, am I?
You have a good day.
Just a couple of shifts.
I'm fed up with people thinking I'm a pushover.
Well, you don't mind them thinking that you're a heartless cow.
You know, Rox, I can't leave Tommy while he's like this.
Um...right, OK, fine. I will stay.
-No, no, it's fine.
Look, you go to the funeral with Kat, and I will stay
and look after Tommy, all right?
Michael was your cousin.
And you've got to say goodbye to him properly,
not be worrying about Tommy, OK?
Well, if anything comes up, you know where I am, yeah?
Hello. Ohh! Good to be home?
Well, what's there not to love about Walford(?)
I suppose. Here, you'll never guess what happened to Michael?
-He only got stabbed to death in Janine's house.
-Get off me!
-I don't know what you're talking about!
-I'll catch you later.
No, don't you even think about it. You stay where you are.
Put it back.
I was going to pay for it.
How, by sticking it under your jacket? Now!
I was handling it.
Now get out.
I'm going to count to three
and if you're still here, I'm going to call the police.
-Nothing. I just forgot how handy your bouncer qualities were.
Can't sell it now, can you?
Call it a perk of the job.
-You won't regret it.
All right, darling.
-Listen, any problems, give us a bell on the phone.
Yeah, I know it's a bit low cut,
it was all I could find.
No, it's fine.
So much for sisterly solidarity.
I used to work there.
Luckily, she don't know you're my sister,
-otherwise I wouldn't have got the job back.
-But you did? Thanks to me.
-If you've come for money, you're out of luck.
-I want a change.
There's no law in saying I can't live round here.
Fresh ones...go with the old ones. You haven't left her, have you?
What, you come here for a hand-out?
If you can get a job, then I sure as hell can.
Like I said, not round here.
Have you spoken to Janine since she came to see me?
It's going to be all right.
I wish Dad was still here. He would have sorted this.
Yeah, yeah, he might have done, Al, but at what cost, eh?
He would have known what to do.
He knows about this kind of stuff.
I promise you, he'd have only made things worse.
He wasn't above the law, was he?
He wouldn't have been able to just pull a couple of strings
and get you out of here.
Made things worse?
OK, well, I might as well give up, then, mightn't I?
Because Janine's not going to help me,
and nobody else is either, are they? No.
CHURCH BELL RINGS
I know he wasn't Mr Popular, but I can't believe it's just us two here.
I don't think it's a bad thing.
You know? Means no-one's going to get to see me cry like a big girl.
Come on, Kat, you can't cry. Mascara.
It's weird. He always reckoned he knew he was going to die young.
-Like something he wanted.
-No, he might have felt like that before,
but not after Scarlett was born.
-There's no way that he'd have wanted to leave her.
Especially who she's been left WITH.
He'll be pleased he was right, though.
I can hear him now.
-"I told you so!"
An advance? You are joking, right?
One night at Phil's is enough for both of us.
Denise, I need the money to put a deposit down
on one of Janine Butcher's overpriced bedsits.
Seriously? The other guys have pulled out?
Yeah, that's brilliant news.
So when can I come and get the keys off you?
Right. Yep, I'll see you tomorrow at ten.
I've just got a house on the Square.
Well, I hope for your sake it wasn't from Butcher's Joints,
cos they're a right rip-off.
Oh, ignore her. Congratulations.
I'll see you in the Vic at five.
God give you his comfort and his peace, his light and his joy
in this world and the next,
and the blessing of God Almighty, the Father, the Son and Holy Spirit,
be upon you and remain with you always.
May Michael rest in peace and rise in glory. Amen.
Resting in peace doesn't sound much like Michael, does it?
Creating mayhem more like.
You know, Michael, I know...
I know you never wanted to do the dad thing with Tommy, but...
..I promise you when he's older I'm going to tell him all about you.
Not everything obviously,
cos I don't want to scare the poor lad...
..just the important stuff.
And I promise...
I promise I'm going to take care of him for you, OK?
We both will.
I'm not looking for forgiveness, OK?
I'd just like to try and explain.
Oh, Denise, come on, look, I let you talk, didn't I?
..scared, all right? I was being threatened.
Look, we all were,
I mean, you and my kids...
-If it was Chelsea and Libby...
-I wouldn't have lied.
All right, so I messed up.
I thought I was protecting my family.
-What about me?
-You are my family.
And I... I had a lot to lose, didn't I?
All I want is for it to go back to how it was, you know.
You remember when we got locked out back there...
and there was all the giggling, we'd had too many wine gums.
Not going to happen, is it?
That's all I wanted to say.
Thanks, Rev, thank you.
-You're welcome, Alfie. Take your time.
Well, it's going to be a lot quieter without him around.
I don't like quiet.
Oi, come on.
You all right?
-Tommy gave me his last sweet out of a bag the other day.
Yeah, it was really lovely.
Then he looked at me with a glint in his eye
as if to say, "Right, now you're going to take me to the park."
Hear that, Michael, your evil genius lives on.
How's the waterproof?
Yeah, it's all good.
-Shouldn't buy such cheap make-up, should I?
-Listen, I was thinking,
while we're here, why don't we pop over to little James' grave,
-just to say hello?
-Yeah, that'd be lovely, yeah.
-I think we do a left at this path.
-Are you sure?
-I think it's straight on, isn't it?
-No, no, it's definitely left.
It's interesting because we'll probably pass Pat's.
Last time we were here, we were saying goodbye to Pat, weren't it?
Look out for the windmills.
TV ON IN BACKGROUND
Oooh, where are you going?
Mmm, yeah, right.
You all right, girls?
I was thinking, who fancies a bit of dinner with their dad tonight?
If you've got other plans, don't worry about it.
-No, I can cancel 'em.
-No, it's all right, you don't have to.
No, I want to.
-Just give me a minute, yeah?
I'm not going to be able to see you later.
I can't get out of it.
I've been looking forward to seeing you all day.
Yeah, cool. All right. See you later.
-You all right?
-How was it? All right?
Oh, yeah, a laugh a minute(!)
Not much of a turnout, actually, but that was no surprise.
-Listen, er, Kat...
-..do you know anything about wine?
-Gets you drunk.
No, no, I mean, er, don't suppose you know
-what sort of wine Janine likes, do you?
-I don't know. Who cares?
You got the money?
Yes, I've got your money.
Oh, not her again.
-You leave us alone.
-I have left her. You have to believe me.
Don't push your luck, it's not too late for us
-to call the police, you know.
How does she know your name?
She's my sister.
-Oh, so, earlier, was that a set-up?
I was nearly stupid enough to give you this advance.
Look, I'm just trying to get back on my feet again.
I want her gone as much as you do.
I can't go back.
I need that money to get myself a bedsit.
-What about your sister?
Bedsit ain't big enough for one. Never mind two.
She's on her own.
So what about Phil's?
No. One Carter's more than enough,
he sure as hell ain't going to put up with two.
Hi, can I, er, come in, please?
You won't even know I'm there. I'm nothing like old loudmouth here.
I was always the quietest of the three.
I'll leave you to it.
Look, I got my old job back, I was going to get a flat.
-I had it all sorted.
She can stay.
Thanks. You're lovely.
Make sure she stays out my way and clears up after herself.
Did...did you love him, Janine?
For my sins.
Alice did an' all.
He didn't love her, though.
I don't think he even loved me,
don't think he was capable of it.
You were right about Alice, by the way.
Just...I always thought it was going to be me
that ended up in trouble, you know.
Didn't think I'd be the one that ends up on my own.
Join the club.
Yeah, but at least you've got Scarlett, right?
You fancy a cuppa?
Thanks for forgiving me.
Hey, it's all right.
I'll do it.
I wish it could just go back...
..to how it was.
I mean, however messed up it was before...
..at least I didn't feel like this.
I mean, at least I didn't feel so...
I've just never felt this way before and I'm just scared...
What if losing Michael is something that I just can't cope with?
Come here. Come on.
Everything... everything's just gone so wrong.
Can't believe this place is nearly ours.
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Phil finally discovers what has happened to Shirley.
Denise is stunned when she finds out about the lies Ian has told her. Is this the end of their relationship?
The stress from recent events pushes Lauren to breaking point. She seeks comfort in the arms of Jake and has a revelation for him.
Jake's dark secret is revealed.
At his wits' end over Alice, Joey sets about getting closer to Janine....
Michael's funeral leads Alfie and Kat to lean on each other.
Denise is in for a surprise when Shirley's sister Tina arrives in Walford and is quick to cause trouble.