A chance to catch up on the week in Albert Square. Ian receives some news which changes his world forever, and it becomes clear more than one Walford resident is hiding something.
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This was my gran's favourite trick - the silent treatment.
Don't you think your old man's suffered enough now, Lucy?
Come on, then. Give us a call, yeah? Bye.
Oh, it's alive. How was your party?
Lucy was a no-show.
He spent half the night getting it in the neck off Lauren
cos he thinks he's a player.
That's what happens when you string birds along.
Afghanistan's beginning to look more appealing.
Don't say that! We're together a while yet.
I want to make this an Easter to remember.
Yeah, I haven't thrashed you in the pool yet.
You two, you've got me and Dexter in the semis, by the way.
-That's already won.
-What time is this pool thing?
-I think we should put a bit of grub on, earn a few quid.
There's a load of people with hangovers out there.
Yay! Dirty brunch!
I don't know if we've got the hands. It's going to be chocka.
Go on. It'll be a laugh.
All right, Ian?
Um...oh. Pops, do you want to help me with Lex?
How are you?
Peter... I tried calling you last night.
Well, my phone must've been off.
You know, um...Lucy had that cocaine.
I was worried. No, I wasn't worried - I panicked. OK?
I was just saying anything to try and bolster her,
to bring her back, to show her how much she was loved.
Where would you put me? Out of interest?
I mean, obviously Lucy's your number one...
Oh, Peter. Don't do this...
Above Bobby? No, wait, he's quite cute, ain't he?
So I've got to be above Steven and Cindy.
So does that make me third? Beale takes bronze.
I love you all the same.
Four calls to Lucy. One to me.
Everything all right, Ian?
He come in really upset late last night.
I guess that's what's up with him.
Ian! We've got our first booking! Party of four for Friday.
Listen, why don't we get some people in today and do a trial run?
She didn't come home again last night. I thought I'd try
-and phone her from here cos I think she's screening my calls.
we've talked about this. She is a grown-up.
She's got me on a string, ain't she?
Did it not go well yesterday?
It's me. I screwed up, as per usual.
There's Lady Di's hairbrush!
Listen, I've had to get this surface up to scratch for the finals. Here.
Mick, it's Alfie and Terry playing, not Ronnie O'Sullivan.
Let me tell you something now,
if the Rocket sees the trophy, he'd be here like a shot.
What? Did you get a trophy?
Yeah. Got a little...trophy.
All right. Granted, yeah. But listen, you know -
champions need something to celebrate with.
-Linda understands, don't you, my baby?
She was sick again.
Oh, my poor baby girl.
We'll get you to the vet's later if it carries on.
You'll be wasting your money. Pregnant bitches always puke.
He knows how to put you off your breakfast, don't he?
I know who can lend a hand - Aunt Babe.
Not that earache merchant!
I'll give her a tinkle.
It's Easter, you miserable git!
Well, it started off a bit rocky, but I was getting through to her.
I was calm, all right? No judgements, none of that.
And then I...said what I said.
-That she was your favourite.
-I didn't exactly say that.
-That's what you meant.
-I didn't know Peter was there!
-It's a terrible thing to say at any time.
-I know. Peter left.
And Lucy gave me both barrels.
Well, can you blame them?
How about we just invite family today? Break burger bun together.
I could do with making it up to Masood.
Everything all right?
Look, I'll do the prep. Why don't you go and see
if Jake will lend an hand?
It'll be OK.
I mean, to be fair, I don't think Lucy knew anything about me and Lee.
Well, I'll still slap her when I see her.
No. Just forget about it. Let's get this egg and go home.
Listen. I like this egg, but it's really expensive.
So shall we break it, and get it cheaper?
All right? Do you want to help us tidy Ronnie's?
-20 quid in it for you.
-I can't. Can I have an antacid, please?
-Why do you want that? You didn't even go to the party.
-It's not for me.
-Who's it for, then?
What is this, Jay, 20 Questions?
Jane wants us to sample the restaurant menu - three.
I don't want to.
Brilliant, see you there.
-Big smiles, "food tastes great", you know the drill.
-Are you buying it or hatching it?
-Buying it or hatching it?
Um, these are cheaper anyway in the pound shop.
So if I buy one in the pound shop I can even have some change
-and go and have a drink in the Vic after.
-Lee's going to be there.
Don't worry about him. We'll rock up, have a laugh and blank the rat.
You'll feel ten times better. Right, Shabnam, Happy Easter.
Yeah, I'll be with you in just a second.
Jake? Hey, I found him, jabbing the intercom.
-Did you not hear me?
Sorry. It's been playing up.
Jake, do you want a coffee?
Yeah. That'd be great, thanks.
We're just going to cook up the menu today. Could do with a hand.
Mate, I was just going to have a quiet one.
Maybe watch a bit of TV, give Bella a call.
Right. It's just that Jane wants to do a dry run of it.
Get everybody together - the kids, Lucy, Peter...
I'd really appreciate the help.
Are you all right?
Yeah. Yeah, I'm fine.
I'll just grab a quick shower and be right with you.
Popular fella today, ain't ya?
Has he sent you over? Unbelievable.
I came to see how you are.
Well, I've got stuff to do...
Can't have been a nice thing to hear.
Yeah, well, it wasn't a surprise, was it?
She's always been his favourite.
Of all the people I've ever met, your dad is the most brilliant
at saying the wrong thing at the wrong time. He's a genius at it.
Not that this excuses anything,
but your dad is under a lot of pressure at the moment.
And I'm not talking about Lucy, I'm talking about me.
That restaurant is half mine and I need it to be a success, Peter.
So you want me to forgive him for the sake of your bank balance?
Please push down your own feelings so I can get rich.
And for the record - you're definitely in my top five.
That's not funny.
Peter, you mean the absolute world to your dad - to all of us.
If you're in the area later, free cheeseburgers will be available.
Alfie and Terry in the semis.
Hey, Phil - you want me to play with my left-hand?
Give you a bit of a chance, mate?
Do what you want. That trophy's coming home with me.
Good. Cos it ain't coming anywhere near our house.
Fancy a sausage roll, Shazza?
No, thank you, Shirley. And don't call me that.
I wouldn't mind a sausage roll, as it happens.
Don't get the hump.
You stuff your face, play your pool and waggle your willies.
I'm going to have a large G&T with Linda.
I've always hated that.
Hiya, Shirley, Tina.
Pleased to see me, Stan?
It is the highlight of my life.
Mick, get me upstairs, please.
POLICE RADIO CHATTER
Lucy, it's Lauren. What happened to you last night?
Why aren't you picking up? Listen, we just landed another tenant.
So call me back, cos we need to celebrate.
Have you heard from Lucy?
-Why would I?
We was all going to the party last night and then she just disappeared.
To be fair, I did leave quite early.
So she didn't call or she's not turned...?
Lauren, have I not just answered your question?
All right. Moody!
These were in the lock-up. They need using.
That's great. Just stick them there, please.
Jake, would you help me with the table outside, please?
Any word from Lucy?
Nah. She's probably at Lee's or a mate's or something.
Do you want me to ring her?
No. You know what your sister's like.
She's doing what she does best - putting me through the wringer.
But thank you.
I know she's been there for you more over the years.
I mean, more than I have.
Peter, it's not like that.
It's...dads and their daughters.
Listen, I am so proud of BOTH of you.
You're so close and I know it's you that maintains that.
And I don't say it often enough but...
..you're the rock in this family.
The rest of us - we're just... clinging on at the moment.
What I said...was stupid.
Yeah. It was insensitive. And I'm sorry.
I'm really sorry.
'I didn't get a wink of sleep last night,
cos I was just going over and over it.
'But you know what, it's not the end of the world, is it?
'This is just another thing that we'll go through
'and another thing we'll get over.'
What time does this extravaganza kick off, then?
All right. I'll see you there. But leave Lucy to me.
Look, I know this isn't really the type of work
you really want to be doing,
but if you could cover these shifts, it'd really be helping me out.
-These are all yours. Where are you going in such an hurry?
I'm just taking a break.
I'm leaving him.
If it was me, I'd have cut it off.
Yeah, minced it.
And served it to him in a bun.
Come on, Bill. He's got this, you know, boys.
Here he goes. Think I might put me cue down.
Yes, put your cue down, Terry.
Because when the pressure's on, Billy does what needs to be done.
You don't think, Alfie, that he would think this one through
and maybe overcut it like Steve Davis did in the '85 final?
Not in a gajillion years.
Go on, Billy. Put it down, son.
Shut it! That's you, that is!
You put me off.
You've got the cue in your hand, ain't ya?!
What can I get you, handsome?
Linda, can I get a pint and a vodka tonic, please?
Linda was telling me that Ian kicked off in here yesterday.
Has he calmed down now?
I think so. You know, dads and their daughters, ain't it?
Yeah. Suppose so.
You don't like it, do you?
Alfie's bottle going to go, is it? Eh? Is it?
-You say something, Billy?
-Yes! They come. They fall.
-See that, Mick?
-Yeah. You was bang in trouble,
so you used psychological warfare.
To be fair, double slippery.
Nancy, Dex, second semi.
We're done here. Shall we go shopping?
Think I'll stay here now. Maybe cheer the winner on.
All right, Luce? It's me.
I'm guessing Dad's told you about this thing at the restaurant.
I think we should go, you know - for Jane.
Anyway, I'm in the Vic. I've got you a drink.
So if you come here, we'll go together. All right? Bye.
I really don't want to spoil this lunch thing,
so I think I'll maybe sit him down afterwards...
Yeah. I'd say I'm surprised,
but to be honest, I never really quite understood you and him.
Well, he's a good man. He's a good friend.
He's going to be really upset.
I know. I know.
But I don't think either of us should settle for something that...
isn't that special.
He's got his kids...and...
there are other people around to help him through it.
Come on, Lee, man. This is getting embarrassing now.
-Cut us some slack.
-What do you reckon, sis? Want a lifeline?
Do what you like, mate. As usual.
I'm sure Lucy and Whitney can vouch for that.
Back in the game, though.
What're you doing?
-What're you doing? You just threw the game!
-I'm not a charity case!
Who's that for?
She coming here?
I called her, so...yeah, should be.
Be nice to see her. Look, I know it was all a bit embarrassing yesterday.
But I hope things don't have to be awkward between me and you.
I'm her brother. I'm not her dad.
All right, gentlemen. For the championship.
Heads it is. Let's have it. Come on, then. Right.
-Oh, Grandad said he wouldn't mind a bacon sandwich.
Billy and Dexter, thanks.
How's he been? Him upstairs?
Same as usual. Does what he wants when he wants.
-He got arrested.
Handling mobile phones. He don't even know how to work one.
-Mick had to go get him.
-Did he get done?
Hasn't mentioned it since. It's all a bit sus, if you ask me.
Keeping your customers waiting is the worst possible crime.
The burgers are getting cold.
We'll serve as soon as the twins get here, all right.
Ian, we said three-ish, we need to get going.
You don't want Peter and Lucy walking into a bad atmosphere.
Go on, then.
Right, then. Who's got bacon? Who's got swiss?
Who's got mushroom? Who's got what?
My dad used to secretly eat the back halves of our eggs.
Then pad 'em out with foil so we wouldn't notice.
Here it comes.
Back to Afghan next week, Whit.
I wondered if you fancied spending my last Saturday night with me?
Yeah. Yeah, that sounds nice. Shall we invite Lucy as well?
-'Course you did.
-On the restaurant floor.
-Like filthy cockroaches.
Don't be mad. Weren't nothing big.
Is that what Lucy said?
All right, I know when I'm beat.
But just for the record, you're an unbelievable kisser.
See? That's what you do. Just sit there and front it out.
-Easter bunny's here!
-You made it!
All right, I'm going.
No. Sit down. Front it out.
Get with the whip! Hit him!
Useless bleedin' nag.
Not your usual thing, Stanley.
You know me, I'm the artful type.
Certainly got your feet under the table here, haven't you?
You going to stand here all afternoon?
Only I've got a runner in the next,
and having your sort in the room puts a mocker on things.
Were them phones anything to do with Dean?
Might have been. I'm his grandad.
I look out for him.
-You're a headache.
You might think you're nicely tucked up here.
SHE TURNS TV OFF
You're wrong. I'm watching you.
Give it a rest, will you? You're worse than Sylvie.
Them lot down there, they're happy.
That's how it's going to stay.
Do you understand me?
HE TURNS TV BACK ON
So you really like the veggie burgers?
I'm not sure we've got the right recipe yet.
Don't change anything. They are stunning, aren't they? Shabs?
I'm getting really excited now.
Did you see the write-up we got in the Gazette?
Are you OK, Ian?
Ian, you can't go yet. Give them a little bit longer.
The twins haven't turned up.
Even my own fiancee can't be bothered to turn up.
Good luck, Mick.
Remember the golden rule.
(Yeah, good luck, Mick.)
Oh, he's only done us.
No, no, hold on, hold on...
Please say that thing ain't coming home with us.
Course it's coming home with us.
Ladies and gentlemen, the 2014 Queen Vic pool champions -
Terry Spraggan and Alfie Moon!
Right, let's have a smudge, let's have a smudge.
Here we go. Ready. Smile.
Looks like I brought Terry a bit of luck, don't it?
Champions! Look at that beauty!
You can touch it if you want, sweetheart.
Well done, Alfie, you sly one. Well done, Tell.
Golden rule of being a landlord - never beat the punters.
Tell you what, everyone - drinks are on the old championi!
Champions! Let's have it!
If they'd lost, do you think they'd be getting such a big round in?
Unlucky, Lee. Listen, just going to the toilet, yeah?
All right, mate. Mind if I join you?
Er...yeah, we do, actually.
He's all right. It's cool.
So who do you think is the favourite out of us three?
It's definitely not me. There's three of us and I come fourth.
Abi's dead guinea pig comes before me.
Why was it called Marge?
How do you even remember that?
A lot of effort went into putting
this meal lunch together and you're sat here drinking.
It's like 20 past. I didn't know we had to be there on the dot.
The whole point was for us to be together.
I'm waiting for Lucy, I thought it would be nice if we came together!
Do you mind? I'm trying to talk to my son.
-Do you know how it looks? It looks like you don't care.
-I DO care.
He slept with your sister, right, on the restaurant floor.
-And you're sat here drinking and laughing with him.
-All right, Ian.
He's like a dog on heat. The sooner he goes back to the Army, the better.
Right. I'm going to have to ask you to leave - nicely.
My pleasure. Come on, we're going, Peter.
Why have you got to be like this?
Peter, just do as you're told!
I'm staying here! Why would anyone want to spend time with you?
It's no wonder Lucy didn't show up.
Sorry about that.
I'll catch the train sometime this evening.
And I'll give you a call when I'm on it.
Ian. I was just coming.
Really? Seems everyone would rather be somewhere else.
No, I've got shifts and stuff to sort.
Who was on the phone?
Libby. You all right?
I know we haven't seen much of each other lately.
I was thinking, we should sit down and have a chat at some point.
-I wouldn't talk to me, I'd say something stupid.
-What is it?
It's Lucy. We're having some problems.
-I don't want to talk about it, all right.
There's no point.
That's why I didn't come to Oxford. I...
I'm fine. OK. I'm fine.
I just let it build up, don't I?
I'm sorry I didn't come.
How was it? Was it good? What did you do?
You don't want to know.
No, I do.
OK, let's go and eat.
-I'll just give her a quick call. See if she picks up.
-Leave a note.
Listen, I'm going to go try Lauren's. See if Lucy's there.
-You go ahead to the restaurant. I'll catch up, yeah.
Lucy? You in there?
KNOCK ON DOOR
Luce, I know what you're doing. You're punishing me.
Well, it's gone too far, OK?
You've got no idea what sort of worries go through a parent's head.
So when you get this, either text or call me. OK?
Can I help you?
Detective Sergeant Bryant. This is Detective Constable Summerhayes.
What is it?
May we go inside?
Come on through.
Sorry about the mess.
-Can I get you a drink or anything?
-No, thank you.
Mr Beale, I'm sorry to have to inform you,
but the body of a young woman was discovered earlier today.
We believe it's your daughter Lucy.
She was discovered this morning, on Walford Common.
No, you've got it wrong.
You've got the wrong house or the wrong girl or something.
Lucy was stood there, yesterday, just right where you're standing.
Phone your station and check, all right?
Why are you just standing there?
Check, you've got it wrong.
We're very sorry.
Don't be sorry, all right?
Lucy's, I don't know... She's somewhere else -
she's at a friend's house or something.
Look, you said "believe", all right? You don't KNOW.
It IS her, Mr Beale.
No, it isn't. I haven't had a phone call to go and identify her, or...
Her fingerprints match those that we have on record.
Lucy Beale, 45 Albert Square.
Date of birth - 9th of December, 1993.
Is that your partner?
Would you like us to answer it for you, Mr Beale?
We're keeping all our options open at the minute.
You must have some idea.
We think that she might have been a victim of a robbery,
her purse and her phone weren't with her. But it's too early to say.
Is there anyone that you'd like us to contact?
It can help to have someone with you.
Have you seen her?
Not personally, no. But my colleagues have.
Where? At the...
At the common.
Is that where she is now? Where is she?
She's been taken to the mortuary.
I want to see her.
That isn't something that we would advise immediately.
The forensic officers need time to recover evidence.
And is that what they're doing now?
-When will they be done?
-It's hard to say.
-Can you find out?
-It's important that
we take our time and do things properly...
I want to see my daughter!
I'll give the mortuary technician a call, see how things are going.
Just so you know, I'm Emma.
I'm the FLO - Family Liaison Officer.
I'll be your first port of call throughout the investigation.
TV: '..but Red Cheshire. No hard-luck stories though,
'Red Cheshire was wearing blinkers for the first time...'
I thought you were in the bedroom.
Is Stan's coat more comfy?
Wee on it if you like.
Here, come on. Good girl.
You happy now, Your Majesty?
No. You're not, are you?
You're not happy at all.
I'm afraid they won't be done for at least another couple of hours.
I will be able to see her today, though?
We can't make any promises. I mean, it's...
It's four now, they finish up at six.
Seeing the body so soon can be difficult, Mr Beale.
Perhaps it would be useful to concentrate
on talking to your family at this stage?
I'm not talking to anybody about anything
until I've seen my daughter.
-Why did you go that way?
I'm sorry, man. Listen, whose drink was that anyway?
-Is she coming or what?
-I don't know.
-She'll be here.
Line up her next thing, then, Nancy.
Vodka and tonic, yeah?
I must have called her 10 or 12 times.
I thought she didn't want to speak to me.
Where is she?
Sorry. Yeah, you said, didn't you?
Whereabouts on the common?
Towards the northeast footpath.
By the flats?
Was she there all night?
She might have been.
We're still trying to establish her movements prior to being found.
STRAINED: Was she dressed?
Yes, she was.
Do they, um...
Do they know what happened exactly?
Mr Beale, the details at this point are very vague...
I want to know.
stabbed or something?
There's not many details,
but there was trauma to the head.
We really would suggest that you contact someone to be here with you.
I don't want anyone. I just need to go upstairs.
But we will need to take a close look at her room in due course,
so we would ask you to leave Lucy's room as it is, please.
Every time it comes round I dread it more and more.
You can't wrap them in cotton wool.
That'd just be weird.
-You might want to get upstairs.
-The dog's waters have broken.
-I knew it!
Teen, Lee, Nance, hold the fort!
She's having them now, Dad!
Yeah, on my bleeding coat! How did she get hold of it?
All right, all right, sweetheart, don't worry.
What do we do? What do we do?
I've got towels and I've got hot water.
What do you want to do, give her a spa treatment? Go call the vet!
LADY DI BARKS
No time. Them pups are coming now.
Oh. I can see a nose!
Someone needs to deliver them.
-You must've done this before, Dad. No?
-I'm on crutches, aren't I?
Besides, I've got liver and bacon in the oven.
-It'll put me off.
-Are you winding me up?
Let Mother Nature take her course.
It's out of hours, Mick. No-one's answering.
Johnny, you stand by with the towels. And, Mick, go away.
OK. Yep. Um, so...
You... You know what you're doing, then, yeah?
I went on a crash course on Wikipedia,
on dog whelping - on my phone, five minutes ago.
-Oh, an expert, then(!)
-Linda, if you want to get
dog placenta all over your hands, be my guest.
She's panting a lot, ain't she?
Mick, she's having five kids. So would you.
All right, darling.
We'll get you all nice and comfortable now, yeah?
Settle you down.
Now, we're all going to be quiet. And, Mick...
keep your mouth shut.
The technician's just called.
We can go now if you'd still like to.
Seeing her tomorrow might give you a bit more time
to take in what's happened.
It'll give you a chance to talk to your partner,
who might want to come with you.
Let's just go.
Peter. Where's your dad?
He left here a couple of hours ago.
-What do you mean he kicked off?
-Ian said they'd had words,
but then he said he was going to come straight back here.
Peter, you just stay where you are, me and Denise'll try and find him.
I ain't been listening.
I hope everything's all right.
Is there a pup there, Shirl, or what?
Mick, just shut up.
Stroke her, Johnny.
We've got a little boy!
It's a boy, L, look.
-A boy. A little boy!
-It's a boy.
OK, listen up now - if it's a girl we're going to have a shot of gin,
if it's a boy we're having scotch.
-What if she has 101 pups?
-Oh, shut up!
-We'll have a good night, then, won't we?
Lady Di's had a little boy!
To that little pup's very good health!
I don't get it. He said he was going over to Max's
then he was going to come straight over to the restaurant.
Something's going on.
The police have been here.
They're just finishing up. Shouldn't be long now.
Ian. I'm with Denise. We found a police card.
Is everything all right?
I can't talk at the moment.
Listen, are you at mine?
Right. Just stay there and I'll be back in a bit.
What's your name again?
Tough job, yours.
It can be.
But we're here to support you and the investigation.
-Are you from Walford?
But I know Walford pretty well.
My gran used to live over by the canal.
Oh, right. Whereabouts?
-Do you know Cavendish Road?
-Yeah, the old bomb site.
Yeah, that's it.
Yeah, my gran had a friend she used to go and visit over there - Dolly.
She used to go on the 764 and they'd go out to bingo together.
They used to go to a place just off the, erm...high street.
I think it used to be a cinema.
Yeah, that's the one. The one that's been boarded up 20 years or so.
-Don't know why they haven't knocked it down.
Probably cos it's listed or something.
-A lot of those old buildings are.
-Yeah, most of them are.
Do you need a moment?
I just need this to be a dream.
Remember, we can do this another day.
HE BREATHES IN DEEPLY
HE CHOKES AND SOBS
Here, Phil! Listen up, mate,
I've got some names sorted out for the first two bulldogs,
but I'm struggling on the third.
You ain't got a secret brother stashed away, have you?
-Boy and a girl.
-You might want to hold off on the gin.
She never made it.
-Aw, that's a shame.
-Where are they?
In the living room.
Eh, where you going?
How's she looking?
Not too clever.
Give her to me.
She's the runt, Phil, I don't think...
Just give her to me. Come on.
There we go.
There we go.
What time do you make it?
Half past seven.
What's your gut feeling?
Something's happened with Lucy.
I mean, Ian said that Lucy had some problems.
He didn't say what, though.
I don't know whether to go and get the kids or...
wait until we hear.
Well, we wait for now.
I mean, it can't be anything serious, can it? He would've said.
Yeah. Let's not think the worst, eh?
Four out of five ain't bad.
Its heart's still beating. Come on.
What're you doing?
Clearing her airways.
Come on. Come on.
I know it's silly,
but it takes you back to when you had your own, don't it?
Yeah. Yeah, it does.
Is that the pup?
-There's always a lazy one.
-You saved her!
-How did you do that?!
Saw the old man do it a few times with the greyhounds.
Oh, you know what?
Sometimes life's bloody marvellous, ain't it, eh?
What happens now? Do you stay with me?
Not if you don't want me to.
Jane and Denise are inside.
You've got my number. If you need anything, give me a call.
I'll be back tomorrow, OK?
What is it? What's happened?
Let's get him inside.
Are you serious?
What you all moping about for?
Lady Di's the proud mum to five beautiful pups!
-We thought you'd lost one?
-Don't be so stupid!
Old Doctor Dolittle here worked his magic, didn't ya?
-What did you do, Phil?
talked to the animals!
Right. We've got some babies' heads to wet. Drinks on the house!
Well done, babe.
You've been looking at him with twinkly eyes all day.
It's probably my cataracts, Aunt Babe.
That's the thing about miseries like you.
When they sparkle, it's like fireworks night.
You and him got an history?
It was like fireworks night.
When it blew up in my face.
Still something there, though, am I right?
What time are you clearing off?
A little girl was out walking with her grandad and...
..and she found Lucy.
Poor little thing.
RAIN PATTERS ON WINDOW
The police have asked if we don't go into Lucy's room.
They... They need to have a look in there.
(This is unreal.)
Ian, the kids...
Oh, God, Peter.
Where are they?
Bobby and Cindy are with Masood
and the last time I spoke to Peter, he was in the pub.
He's waiting for his sister.
Do you want me to go and get them?
Bobby and Cindy first.
RUMBLE OF THUNDER
LAUGHTER AND CHATTER
I fell in love with that girl the minute she was born.
She came out screaming.
Punching the air, annoyed with the world.
But then I...
held her in my arms.
And she was good as gold.
I tell you, to see her...
To see her lying there...
That was my beautiful Lucy Lou.
I don't have the ability to get through this.
You have always done your best.
I thought telling them that their mum had died
was the hardest thing I'd ever have to do.
How am I going to do this?
I keep thinking of her...
-..lying out there on the common...
-..in the cold and damp.
Take your coats off, guys. There's...
There's something I've got to talk to you about.
-Can I watch telly?
Maybe in a bit, yeah.
Just sit yourselves down.
Come on, sit down.
You're right, there is...
I really...don't know how to say this...
other than Lucy's died.
THE CHILDREN SOB
It happened last night and...
Shh, shh... Just listen.
Come here, son.
One more to tell.
LAUGHING AND SQUEALING
Yes! I felt them kick! KAT LAUGHS
Peter, your dad's back.
What is it?
Come home, son.
Dad, what is it? What is it? Why can't you just tell me?
No, just... What is it?
What is it?
No. No, don't say it...
Don't say it. Please don't say it.
-I'm sorry, Peter.
Just didn't seem right, Bobby being at ours.
His place is here.
OK, I don't know what to do. Maybe...
put the kettle on, make tea for everyone?
I just don't know what...
Look, Denise, what's happening? Has anyone said?
The police said they were going to call in this morning.
They might...have some more news.
But, he can't talk to anyone, let alone...
Tea. Breakfast. You're right.
I think we should try and... Not pretend everything's normal,
I don't mean that, but... I don't know, food, something...
Bobby got Lucy an Easter egg.
DOOR HANDLE CLICKS
-May I come in?
-Yeah, of course.
I was wanting a word with Ian.
Is he here?
Dot, I'm not sure that...
Yeah, he's through there.
I don't know what to say to you.
..in a few weeks' time,
you might like to come to church with me.
And remember her there.
I don't need to go to a church to remember Lucy.
Of course you don't, I was just meaning that,
you know, different surroundings...
It's peaceful and full of prayer.
I found it very comforting since my Nick.
Are you seriously comparing Lucy with your Nick?!
No. No, course I'm not.
Lucy had her whole life in front of her.
A life she was going to do something with.
-Dot, listen, maybe...
-No, it's all right, Ian is right.
Lucy had her whole life in front of her, not at all like my Nick.
I just want you to know, Ian, that I'm here for you.
Like you've always been for me.
He didn't mean any of that.
I've been saying goodbye to children.
They should be saying goodbye to me.
It's OK, I'll get it.
That'll be the police.
I'm DCI Irving.
And I'm Emma Summerhayes, the Family Liaison Officer.
I'm Denise, Ian's partner.
We've no news yet.
Um, is Mr Beale...?
I'm DCI Robin Irving, Mr Beale.
I'm the officer in charge of the investigation.
And I'm Emma, Emma Summerhayes. I'm the Family Liaison Officer.
Bobby, why don't you go upstairs and play on your computer?
I'll be up in a bit.
So, you don't know anything yet?
We have a team of officers working on the case,
And we've collected all the CCTV tapes from around the common.
We've had officers doing house to house enquiries nearby as well,
just to check to see if anybody saw Lucy, either alone or with someone.
By tonight they'll have covered every property in roughly
a half-mile radius.
If that doesn't produce any leads, then we'll widen the search area.
We now have to take a look at Lucy's things, Mr Beale.
Her clothes, her computer if she has one here...
Any diary or journal she may have kept?
That's Lucy's private stuff.
She wouldn't even let us look at all that.
It might just help us build up a picture.
Who Lucy had been seeing recently, where she'd been going,
who'd contacted her, that sort of thing.
How's that going to help catch some mugger?
She didn't keep a diary or journal, not since she was little.
Most of what we find won't lead anywhere, we know that,
but something just might.
We'll be very careful and try to leave her room just as we found it.
If we take anything we'll let you know what and why.
My team are waiting, Mr Beale. With your permission...
Where is Lucy's room?
Upstairs and straight ahead.
I've got to get out of here.
I'll be back later on, I've just got to go.
I can't do it, I can't stay, not while they're...
They're going to pick it clean, aren't they? Everything she had.
Give it a few hours and that's it...
there'll be nothing left.
-Where are you going to go?
-Back to the flat?
-You can't be on your own, son.
-Lola will be there.
We have to keep together right now. All of us.
For everyone's sake.
KNOCK ON DOOR
Peter, could I have a word, please?
It's from, eh...Maggie Flaherty?
Maggie in Ireland?
News travels fast.
Thank you, Mr Beale.
..the last time you saw Lucy would be Friday, yes?
..it was just a normal day?
How do you mean?
There were no problems? Nothing happened?
Nothing out of the ordinary?
Anything at all? It may not seem important, but it could be.
We had a disagreement.
It was about a boy.
Not a boyfriend, just someone from the pub she was seeing.
It was nothing serious.
She could have done so much better.
And then Lucy went off to work?
Tell him, Ian.
We had another disagreement.
I found out she'd been taking drugs.
She'd been what?
And what sort of drugs are we talking about?
Does it matter?
It was cocaine.
I found some in her room
and I confronted her and...she stormed out.
Then, later on, she'd calmed down and we talked sensibly.
And she went out and I went off to the restaurant.
-And you didn't see her after that?
-I was there all night.
And was this a one-off?
How do you mean?
Was Lucy just experimenting, or was this something...
-I don't know.
Because you'd probably be the last person she'd have told,
I can understand that.
And what about Peter, her brother, might he know?
-He was as shocked as I was.
-It wasn't a one-off.
I'm not saying she was an addict.
Lucy was a habitual user?
And did she tell you where she got these drugs from?
What are you asking? Did Lucy have any enemies?
Well, not enemies, no.
Just people who might have crossed her lately,
-anyone she might have argued with?
-What, who might have done this?
Followed her up on that common and attacked her?
It's more to rule people out than anything else.
We don't want to go down any blind alleys and waste any time.
This WAS just a mugging, yeah?
I mean, you don't know something... something you're not telling us?
You know as much as we do right now, Peter, I promise you.
Yeah, well, no.
Lucy didn't have any enemies, and no,
there was no-one that she'd argued with. Is that it?
Well, with your permission, we'd also like to take a swab.
It's a DNA sample. It's just routine,
we'll be asking everyone in the family.
Yeah, but why? What for?
We need to forensically examine Lucy's clothes,
all of her things, for any suspect DNA,
so that we can eliminate anyone who came into close contact with her.
No-one's telling us anything, you know,
not about what actually happened.
Lucy was hit, yeah?
So, it was quick?
..did she suffer?
Because the doctors, they've got to know, right?
Would she have known anything about it?
When we know, you'll know.
MOBILE PHONE BEEPS
That was Libby.
Think probably most of the Square are doing that today.
Talking to their kids, making sure they're all right.
Look, I'm sorry, Denise.
I'm sorry you found out about Lucy like that.
So, all this happened on Friday, yeah?
Which was why Ian didn't come with me to Oxford?
He wanted to have it out with her.
Why didn't he just tell me? I could have gone another time.
He just said he didn't want to spoil your day.
Look, Denise, me and you have got to keep everyone together right now.
We can't let everything fall apart. Because it will, if we don't...
It's up to us, yeah?
I keep expecting to hear her voice.
See her walk back in.
Why kill her? That's what I don't get.
Take her money, take her phone...
Where did she go?
Lucy was coming to that party, yeah?
She was literally on the doorstep with us,
I thought she was just going to follow us in, but she didn't.
She said she was going to call you.
She did seem upset...
I don't know, she didn't really seem herself.
Then, so, what was she doing up on that common?
I don't know.
I did wait for her at the party, Peter.
I saw the police. Do they know anything?
So, what are they going to do, then?
Is there anything that I can do? Do you want anything?
-Sorry, I don't even know what to say.
-There is something.
-Yeah, yeah of course.
-I need you to get Lola out the flat.
-Well, I need to get some stuff together,
and I can't do it, not while she's there.
I've got to get out of here.
-I've got to get away from the Square.
What, you're running away?
Yeah, I told you I was going to travel. Well, now's my chance.
It's not like there's anything to keep me here, is there?
What about your family?
I know what my dad thinks of me.
Peter, he needs you.
He's never needed me.
OK, well, Bobby needs you.
Peter, you could go to the end of the earth,
and Lucy is still all that you're going to see.
Running away isn't going to stop that.
Why did you have to say that about Lucy?
I mean, what are they going to think of her now?
They're just going to write her off like some lowlife kid high on stuff.
I don't want you saying anything about this.
What if it had something to do with it?
They reckon it was a mugging that got out of hand.
What if it wasn't? What if she was meeting someone?
-Like a dealer?
-You see what you're doing?!
-I'm not doing anything.
-I don't want Lucy remembered like that!
Don't say anything to anyone.
-All right, you keep your mouth shut.
-I already have, haven't I?
I didn't tell that copper about you not being at the restaurant
-for one thing.
-What are you talking about?
You told him you went there.
Well, I came looking for you to see if everything was OK.
I didn't see you.
I must have just slipped out.
Cindy, we're ready for you now.
Do you know what I first remember about her?
That she wasn't there.
I still don't know exactly what happened.
I was living abroad with Mum and Steven...
and Lucy was back here with Dad...
..I was only little,
but I remember I used to wake up every morning...
..and I'd just know that something was wrong.
It was a nice place.
The sun was shining.
Mum used to take us everywhere,
I mean, like, everywhere.
She really did her best. Steven did too.
But, still it was just...
..just like there was this hole
right at the centre of it all.
Just something missing all the time.
Then Dad turned up and then, before you know it,
we were back here and Mum wasn't there.
And, I should have felt bad,
you know, cos now that she'd gone, but...
..but I didn't.
I didn't because Lucy was there.
I know it's not really the same thing.
Well, how can it be? Lucy's your twin.
I didn't even really know Bradley, not till I was a teenager anyway.
Why didn't I know?
I always thought, you know, that if something happened
to either one of us, that the other one would know...
We've just about finished.
I'm sorry it's taken so long.
What happens now?
We'll be going through everything back at the station.
You'll be the first to know if and when we turn up anything useful.
Just find him.
Her. Them. Just...
Please, just make some sense of this.
Thank you, you've all been a huge help.
Emma will be your point of contact from now on.
I'll stay in close touch, and I've left my direct number
just in case there's anything, anything at all, any of you need.
All right, come on, Ian.
Yeah, come on, sit down. And you, Cindy. Peter?
No-one's eaten anything all morning.
What about Bobby? Shall I go and call him down?
He hasn't had anything.
No, I'll take him up something up. Let him play.
Come on, Ian.
I'm just going to go back upstairs. I just need to sit quiet.
Ian, you need to eat something, everybody does.
No, no, please. I just need to sit quietly.
-What are you doing? That's not yours.
-What? I know.
Why are you taking Lucy's stuff?
-I just wanted to hold it.
-First, you slag her off to the police...
-Leave her alone.
-..and then you try and take her stuff.
-You just don't care, do you?
-Of course I do!
Right, that's it, you've got no right at all.
-Ian, stop this!
-I don't want you here any more!
-What are you doing?
Get out! Out!
-Where am I supposed to go?!
Ian, you can't do this!
-What am I supposed to do?
-I don't care.
I need you to come and get her.
What do you want for dinner tonight?
Whatever. Look, I don't know what time I'm going to be home.
I've got to get Bobby sorted somehow,
do something about the restaurant, and the caff, and...
I'm sorry about all this, Mas.
-Oh, don't be silly.
-Let her sleep as long as she needs, yeah?
-Yeah, will do.
-I love you.
What about all these bookings?
Yeah, can you ring them and cancel?
And the food... I mean, the suppliers have all delivered.
Jake, we're not opening tonight. I don't know when we will be now.
Can you just sort it out, please?
Yeah. Yeah, of course.
Call me. Call ME if there's any problems, OK?
-What's this? What are you doing on our pitch?
-What does it look like?
-What, this is yours now?
-Since today. I've only just found out.
-How'd you get it so fast?
-Well, it's been in the pipeline for a while.
-What happens when Aleks finds out?
-Kat, calm down.
Aleks knows. I just did a bit of a deal with him.
-So you got us moved?
-Yeah, Kat, take the look off your face!
You're only there. You're not that far away!
I thought you'd appreciate a bit more money coming in...
-We're doing all right.
-I know, darling.
-So, why'd you do it?
Just so I could help out a bit, that's all.
-Listen, you might not be here this time next week.
-It's true though, isn't it?
-I'll be fine.
-You don't know that.
You don't know what's going to happen.
-Look at Ian, a couple of days ago...
-Look, my brief said...
You're up for perjury. I'm just saying, all right? That's...
You all right, B?
-Is this yours?
Kept that quiet, ain't ya?
-Have you seen Ian?
-Yeah, yeah. I tried to call him.
Here you go, take one of these. I'm just giving them a bit of space
-at the moment, that's all.
How do these things happen?
I just feel like I want to see him
and tell him it's going to be all right.
-Yeah, but it's not though, is it?
-You know what I mean, Donna?!
Spring Laners. There's a few of them, actually.
You think they'd show a bit of respect, wouldn't you, really?
They don't know, B. Winston, do us a favour, mate,
-out of respect. Cheers, buddy.
-Of course, man.
-Where are you going?
-Just going to go and say hello, ain't I?
-No! She's the competition.
Stop! On a day like today, just give it a rest, all right?
Hello, sweetheart. How are you doing? I'm Alfie Moon.
I've got the stall. Men and women's clothes just there. And...
-You all right? Must be Donna, is it?
-Yeah, well, lovely.
Great to have you here, Donna. I was just wondering if
you could wear one of these? Just out of respect.
You've probably heard what happened on the common.
-She was a local girl, you know.
I ain't wearing one. None of us are. Think it's morbid.
-No, I think it's respectful.
-Look, I'm sorry about
-what happened to this girl...
-Yeah, Lucy Beale.
-That was her name. Lucy Beale.
-..but I've got a business to run here.
I don't want to put people off on our first day. Sorry.
They've got the same stock. They're taking priority, Tamwar.
You just move her round the corner!
Aleks has had to sign off on me getting a clipboard, OK?
-I've just come off probation, so...
-It's just so unfair.
How is he?
How was he last night?
Yeah, well, he calmed down eventually.
-Thanks for coming over.
-Look, Denise, if you want a break...
-Just a walk.
Actually, I should just, you know, pop into work.
-Just for an hour or so.
-Take all the time you need.
All right, Sharon?
-How is he?
I haven't seen him.
I know what you mean. I don't want to crowd them.
The last thing he needs is me sticking me oar in.
-I just thought that...
-No, I will.
-Yeah, of course.
Ian... It's time to get up.
Bobby's waiting downstairs to have breakfast with his dad.
Come on, get changed.
And then we need to go and get Cindy.
-I'm not doing that.
-DOORBELL RINGS AGAIN
Ian, I know you were angry last night...
-..but she can't sleep on Masood's sofa for ever.
She can go back to Plymouth.
'Dad! There's someone at the door!'
DOORBELL CONTINUES I'm not going to get it.
-I didn't want to answer it.
-I know. You're such a good boy.
The puppies will be fine, Mum. You heard what the vet said.
Yeah, Mum, you do need to stop worrying about everything.
Well, I can't help it. I know I always want to know
where you are, make sure you call me,
I know I nag sometimes, but this is why.
Because you never know what could happen.
People just go out one day and never come back.
That'll be the geezers come to collect the pool table.
It's all right, I'll go.
-So, none of you see her Friday night?
-No, she didn't show up.
She was meant to. I waited for her all night.
-I thought she'd stood me up.
-And you didn't speak to her
-after Ian came looking for her?
-Talk to the Old Bill.
Just try and help them out. Have a quick chat with them,
and then this afternoon, you can go back to your base. Yeah?
-Oi, you wasn't at that party all night.
-Yeah, I was.
You called Gina to come and get Cindy?
-Is she here?
-No, she's at my house.
Can you get her?
Hang on, are we sure this is the best solution?
Well, I think given the situation, it's probably time she came back.
Shouldn't we be trying to do what is best for Cindy?
-Which is coming back with me.
-Are we sure about that?
Last night, I had Ian on the phone telling me to come up here,
which makes me think he isn't in the best state
-to give Cindy what she needs at the moment.
-Give the man a break!
He's clearly not thinking straight at the moment.
Look, I've said all I'm going to say.
I'm here to take Cindy home, and then you won't hear from me again.
After all he's done for her?
This isn't right, and you...
-Just go and get her.
-Come on, Ian!
Go and get her.
Excuse me, are you the fellow with the armbands?
Yes. Yes, I am, sweetheart.
Pam Coker. Flowers.
-I don't think we've met properly.
-No. How are you? I'm Alfie Moon.
-Hello. You all right?
I'm just new today from Spring Lane and I was wondering, well,
would you mind if I wore one?
Darling, it would be an absolute pleasure.
There you go, sweetheart. So how are you finding things?
-Oh, I'll get used to it.
-Well, if you need anything,
I'm always here. All right?
Awful, what happened to that young girl, Lucy, wasn't it?
Yeah, Lucy Beale. Her brother had the fruit and veg stall here.
And his old man before. And funnily enough, his old man before him.
-They're obviously not open today.
-Oh, well, better get back to it.
-All right, darling.
-Thanks for this, Alfie.
-Listen, Pam, you ain't got any lilies, have you?
-Oh, lovely ones.
You couldn't put together a big bunch for me?
We can give them to the family.
-Let them know we're thinking of them.
-Ah! It will be my pleasure.
You're lovely. Thanks, sweetheart. Catch up soon.
You can't sleep on the sofa. It ain't right.
Take my bed and I'll have it.
No, it's fine. I'll be back home tonight anyway.
Your aunt's here.
-To take you back to Plymouth.
-He's still angry?
Gina is here and she can't wait to see you.
-Is it Ian who's done this?
Look, I know he's upset, I get it, but he can't take it out on her.
Come on. I'll come over and help you pack.
Erm... Bobby, will you stay with Masood for me?
What about the baby?
Will I even get to see it?
I don't know.
All these people, they've got lives and jobs.
And they're going to go out today, they're going to do them,
and then they're going to come home
and everything's going to be the same as it was
when they left this morning.
I just wanted to say that...
Do you know, it don't seem like yesterday
you two were toddling around out here...
I remember once, she fell over, just over there, and she cut her knee.
And your mum was... cleaning it up with her skirt...
Sorry, what am I saying? How are you? Sorry, stupid question.
-No, it's not.
You don't have to know what to say.
I appreciate it.
-You coming over.
-For not asking how I am.
-Today. Now. Mrs Beale's taking her to pack.
-Is she coming back?
-I don't know.
No-one's telling me anything. It's my baby.
-How am I going to look after it if it's in Plymouth?
-I don't know.
Look, I'll go and talk to her.
He's managing, thanks.
Erm, TJ was saying that Cindy's heading back home to Plymouth.
Yeah, that's right.
Well, TJ was just... Well, we were concerned about the baby.
Cindy, why don't you go in? I won't be long.
What do you expect me to do?
Well, I thought you could have a chat with Ian or something.
-Now? You want me to talk to him now?
-Well, if she's going home...
Have you any idea what that man is going through?
-She's going to Plymouth. You don't like it,
-don't like it,
but she's going.
Wanted to give him a send-off, you know?
Nothing big, but...
it don't feel right now, does it?
They want my clothes.
Trace, hold the fort.
Cindy! Cindy, wait!
Cindy! Cindy, wait! Wait! Wait! Please, please, please...
Cindy, please don't go, OK? Look, I made a mistake.
I haven't been myself lately, have I? But I'll be better, OK?
-I promise you, I'll be better.
-No, OK? I can't.
-You're right, it's too hard.
I'll do anything you want. Please don't go!
Please don't go! Please don't! Cindy, don't go! Please! I'm sorry!
I'm so... I'm so sorry!
Ian. Come on, get up.
Come on, mate. Come on, mate.
I've got you, I've got you. Come on.
I'm fine from here, Alfie, thanks.
This is the clothing and footwear that you were wearing on Friday?
-And has it been washed since then?
We'd like your consent to take a DNA sample.
What for? He ain't done anything.
Elimination. Lance Corporal Carter...
Can you open your mouth, please? Thank you.
You should be trying to find who did it.
-Not wasting your time with my son's samples.
You're free to return to your unit whenever you like.
Just let us know your movements, yeah?
I called yesterday and I was going to go in,
but there were police everywhere...
-I should have gone in.
-Sharon, do you really need me?
That is one of my best mates in there
and I really feel like I've let him down.
So if you can't spend just 20 minutes
to have a cup of tea with him, then...what kind of person are you?
Can we come in?
I came round yesterday, but...
I'm so sorry.
I spoke to Michelle.
She sends her love.
It's just awful.
I'll put the kettle on.
I'll give you a hand, Jane.
-No, no, I can manage.
-No, it's fine.
I'm such an idiot.
I should keep it together.
Everything he's going through and...
I can't even comfort him.
I don't know what to say.
I don't think it matters what you say.
He doesn't really know what's going on.
None of us do.
Mum sends her best, says she's very sorry.
Yeah. She's in Portugal.
Yeah, I could go to Portugal.
Yeah, you could.
Why would I stay here?
I mean, why would I?
What am I going to do, Phil?
What am I going to do?
You just take care of your family.
Things are hard.
There's no point moaning about it, is there?
Just do what's got to be done.
That's my mum, and...
your mum, too.
Ian, come on. Come on.
How am I going to look after them?!
I've got nothing left.
-I don't know.
-I've got nothing left!
It's all right.
You all right?
-It's all right. Forget it.
You all right?
I think so.
Are you all right?
What was she even doing there?
That's what I keep asking myself.
No-one goes to the common at night. Not on their own.
I thought she was following us into the party,
-and then she just disappeared.
-KNOCK ON DOOR
If that's the police, what do I tell them?
Lauren, just tell them the truth. You'll be fine.
> I'm DS Holt...
Er, yeah, this is my dad, Max.
-Hi, I'm DS Holt. This is DC Summerhayes.
-Hi, nice to meet you.
DC Emma Summerhayes. I'm the FLO.
Emma, nice to meet you.
-Shall we just go into the kitchen?
-Do you want me in there, Lauren?
-No, it's fine.
Right. Well, I'll be upstairs, Lauren, yeah?
Give you a bit of privacy.
This isn't a formal interview, Miss Branning.
It's just a chat to help us find out as much as we can about Lucy.
Her friends, her lifestyle, her last movements.
Hopefully, you can help us with some of that.
-You all right with that?
-Yeah, I'm fine.
Ring me when you can. Skype, whatever. It don't matter what time.
-We just want to talk to you as much as we can.
-I'll try my best.
-Are you OK? You ready?
-I love you so much.
-I love you too.
My beautiful boy!
Look after the puppies, won't you?
-Yeah, we'll probably end up keeping them...
-I'll find them all good homes, if it kills me!
Come here, mate.
Stay safe. Look after yourself.
And come back whenever you want. Whenever they let you.
-Rather you than me.
-Oh, go and get your train!
Shall we do this?
Look, if he needs anything...
If you need anything...
Oh, I'm fine.
-Look after him, yeah?
I thought I was fine,
but when I saw him...
What did you say?
Not a lot.
Phil, I'm so proud of you.
-Yeah, I'm just worried about the hearing next week.
-Well, she's pleaded guilty.
Yeah, I knew that would happen.
-Now it's just waiting for the sentencing.
it doesn't matter. None of it.
Your trial, Stacey's sentencing. None of it.
I love you.
-Thanks for the lead.
-The flats, they're the only reason
I can think of for her being there.
We'll be in touch if we have any more questions.
We really appreciate your time, Lauren.
If there is anything else you think of, don't hesitate to get in touch.
How did it go? All right?
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Do you want me to change it?
Is, erm, is Cindy coming back?
-Not for a while.
Are you OK?
Helen, it's Denise. Are you on your way?
Only, I've made a mess-up of the rota and I've, er...
and I don't need you.
So if you want to go home, I'll pay for half a shift...
Sorry for the mix-up.
Er... Bobby's going to have dinner at Masood's.
I'm glad you've got someone. It's...
It's not an easy time, is it?
MUG SMASHES Oh...
-It's all right, just leave it...
-No, it's fine.
I can manage to pick up a cup that I broke, like an idiot.
-It's all right, I'll do it.
-Ian, it's fine. Just...
-No. Come here.
-Come here. Come here.
I can't do this, Ian, I'm sorry.
Yes, you can. You can.
I miss her!
All right? So do I.
It's all right.
It's all right.
It's all right.
Ian desperately tries to make amends for his actions, unaware that his world is about to change forever.
Denise confides in Shabnam about her plans for the future and, after learning of recent events, Aunt Babe has some strong words for Stan.
A distraught Ian has to share some life-changing news with his family.
An unlikely local steps in to help when Lady Di goes into labour.
Furious with Cindy, Ian makes a drastic decision.
When he finds it difficult to talk to his dad, Peter leans on an old friend.
Denise is shocked when she learns the truth.
When the police arrive, it becomes clear that more than one Walford resident is hiding something.
Ian realises he has made a mistake, but is it too late?
Terry is left delighted by an unforeseen development.