Jean is left reeling when an angry Eddie turns on her for snooping through his private letters. Elsewhere, Michael realises he could use Tyler's temper to his advantage.
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I can't find my keys anywhere.
-Will you help me look for them?
-What do you need keys for?
-It ain't like I'm going anywhere.
-If you'd've gone up for that job...
-Will you stop going on about that?!
-What's eating you?
You can be in a bad mood when you want. Why can't I?
What are you in a bad mood about?
We're never going to pass that assessment.
After that rubbish with the estate agent yesterday.
That's not such a bad thing. Do you want to live with a pyromaniac?
Why do you automatically think she's guilty?
You have got an amazing capacity to fool yourself. Do you know that?
Can you stand up, please?
-What are you still doing here? You should be at work!
-I can't face it.
-Look, I had a bit of a do last night.
Do you think I want to clean toilets? I do it because I have to.
Lots of people do things because they have to.
Now either you get yourself back in that cafe or I'll take you straight back to that care home.
-Do you understand me?
-All right! Fine.
I can't cope with this.
Oh. I wonder where she gets it from(!)
Why is she always in a bad mood?
What's the matter with you anyway? Forget it, you're no fun.
No, no. I don't want the telly on. Leave that where it is.
All right! I'll go to work.
What are you doing here?
Rainie and Nan are staying and Dad's out all day. Where else would I be?
What's so fascinating out there anyway?
Oh, I see!
What's that supposed to mean?
You've got a dishwasher. How hard is it to load up a dishwasher?
Don't blame me. Blame the boys. This is their mess.
Not a chance.
-Don't start, Jean.
-I said I'd give you a hand.
If they want to live in a pig sty, that's up to them.
I'm going to do downstairs and if you want to sack me, I don't give a damn.
She sounds happy.
You've got a letter.
You all right?
Can't have you upset. You're my special girl.
Actually, if you don't mind, Jeanie, I'd like to read this in private.
Oh, yeah. Course.
-Both of you, get up. Come on. Get up!
-Get off me!
-You touch me again...
-What you going to do?
Ooh, you can't do anything, little boy, can you?
I'm going to clean the men's toilets. When I get back, I want this place clean! Is that clear?
-What did you just say?
-He didn't mean it.
-Yes, I did.
Don't take me on, little boy. I've taken on bigger men than you and I've won.
Now get up!
Do as the lady says, yeah? Show a bit of respect.
-You didn't need to do that.
-I didn't do it for you. I did it for them.
Is Alfie about?
-No, he's not back till Tuesday.
-Oh, well, it weren't important.
You two, if you've got any sense, you'll behave yourselves.
-Cos even I'm scared of her. See you later.
-See you later.
If she's paid to clean, that's what she should do.
Are you going to tell her?
Well, I'm more worried about what Kat and Alfie'll say
if they get back Tuesday and there's still no furniture.
If Eddie says it'll be back, it'll be back!
Ooh, Eddie's such a nice man, isn't he(?)
Eddie's such a handsome man.
You're wasting your breath. I am not going to rise to it.
Ooh, is she going a little bit red?
Will you shut up, please?
Actually, I might have the answer to Julie's problem.
-I'm going to have a word with Eddie.
In private. Just me and him.
And I may be some time.
You owe me after what you did to Mad Dog.
So I've got a proposition I want to put to you.
I'm in need of sanctuary.
-Do you mind?
-Your nan's come to stay. Need I say more?
She's not only driving me mad, but Greg too.
Cos he's too much of a wuss to say anything,
he's taking it out on me, so I'm being driven doubly mad.
I'll just stay for a couple of hours, be as quiet as a mouse.
Ooh. You chosen to escape too?
I think it's a case of lovesickness.
Pack it in, Abi, and grow up, please.
I'm going to get dressed. Have fun.
I'm just going to sit here and... and read.
Dot give it me.
Right, listen to this, right,
"Let him kiss me with the kisses of his mouth
"for thy love is better than wine.
"Because of the savour of thy good ointments thy name is as ointment
"poured forth, therefore do the virgins love thee."
As you can see, all new units. Appliances, top notch.
Which lorry did they fall off?
This from a dodgy antiques dealer? I love it.
How much money are we talking?
Wait till you see the master bedroom. It's like a harem.
Mo, if we're not there or thereabouts, there's no point in me seeing the rest. How much?
What you have to understand is, the Olympics are only a year away and the market has to reflect that.
Well, stop with all that estate agent cobblers - how much?
-Two and a half grand a month.
Well, as it's you, I'll slit me throat and we'll call it two grand.
This is a council house and you're illegally subletting.
-Who told you that?
-Let's stick to 1,500 and I'll throw in a promise to keep my mouth shut.
I don't go a bundle on a grass.
1,500, that's my last offer.
A month's deposit and you take care of all the bills.
Gas and electric me,
council tax you.
You really are an antiques dealer, ain't you?
Let's have a look upstairs.
"My beloved is unto me as a cluster of camphor in the vineyards of En-gedi."
I feel like I could have a cold shower now!
Who would have this sort of stuff in the bible?
I've never had a bloke make me feel that good! You?
OK, you're fishing.
So I'm fishing.
Have you been speaking to Abi?
When would I have done that?
I can't stop thinking about him.
-I wish I didn't, but I do.
-Does he feel the same way?
Well, sometimes I think he does.
And then it's like he couldn't give a damn.
He's got you right where he wants you, hasn't he?
That's supposing he wants me at all.
I know it's stupid, but I can't help it.
He's a brother of one of my mates.
-Is that the end of the world?
-She would go nuts if she knew.
Maybe that's her problem.
It's not just any old mate.
Is this someone that I know?
-I don't want to say.
-OK, fair enough.
It's Ryan Malloy.
Do you know him?
Why you looking like that for?
How well do you know this Ryan?
Pretty well. Why, what are you saying?
Did you hear about me winding up in the gutter the other night?
-What about it?
-Do you know who sold me the gear?
He's a dealer, Lauren.
-Are you lying to me?
-Why would I do that?
Listen, I'm not going to tell you what you should do.
All I know is I've lost so many years to one drug or another.
It was a bloke very much like Ryan Malloy
that got me started on the heroin.
That's all I'm saying.
Don't turn round later and say that no-one warned you.
You have to knock this on the head, Lauren.
Yeah, I know. And I would.
But every time he looks at me...
I've forgotten... I've got to go an pick something up from the chemist
for your nan. She'll kill me if I forget.
You going to be all right?
It ain't worth it, Lauren.
They never are.
Hand wash only.
-Can you believe it?
-What are you talking about?
Eddie Moon wears silk underpants!
-I found them in his bedroom and there's three more pairs in his washing basket.
He is such a surprising man, don't you think?
-Why, because he wears silk trolleys?
-How much must they have cost?
Do you think it would be really wicked of me
to find out about this letter?
I mean, Wolver Court...
Yes, I do! I do. Put it back.
I'd love to know more about his life.
You know, where he's been, what he's done.
I think he's an absolutely fascinating man. Don't you?
No. Not really. Right, I've gotta get on, Jean.
-Obviously, it's furnished, but if you've got
stuff you need fetching across I can always get you a van.
No, it's all right, Mo, I've got my own pick-up, I can take care of that.
-All your troubles are over.
Eddie and his boys are moving in my old place on Monday.
Monday, you say?
Sadly, that's not going to end all my troubles, but thank you. I will get on now.
-If I can raise the deposit.
-Schmoozer like you? You'll have it by lunch time!
-We'll miss you.
-Julie won't. Right, I'm going to make some coffee.
Who wants one?
Has somebody moved this?
I started tidying up in here, so it might have been me.
-I'm going to go and do the bedrooms.
So you don't want a coffee, then?
No! Thank you.
How's it going?
How's what going?
Your old man. The plan.
Whatever it is.
-He's knocking on a bit, but he's still useful.
Yeah, he used to be a pro.
Came to within two fights of the title back in the '90s.
Why, what are you thinking?
Don't even think about it.
What you writing down? What you writing down?!
Is there a problem?
-Yeah, I want to know what he's writing down!
-Give that back!
-Get off me! Get off me!
-Listen Tyler, calm down, and I mean it.
-What's the problem this time?
-Same old and same old.
I'm sorry. As I explained yesterday, he can be a bit hot-headed.
-He's all right now.
-I'm going back to my office to write up a report.
All he needs is a bit of love and understanding.
A lead and a muzzle, more like.
-This is your way of looking out for him, is it?
-Dad, I was inside. I didn't even see.
-What were you doing?
You realise that he's probably going to go to the police now, do you? You're an idiot.
Take him down the caff while I try and sort this out.
And by the way...
I've found us somewhere to live.
Assuming Tyler can stay out of Pentonville.
-Not now. I'm busy.
-What is the problem with giving me the combination to the safe?
-Why do you need to know?
-Because it's my club as well!
-I've got a right to know.
What for? It's not like you're the one that goes to the bank.
No, but it would be a sign that we trust each another.
Well, you clearly don't trust me, so why should I trust you?
-Is it important?
I'll wait outside.
-What's he doing here?
-I told you. He works here.
Phil, what's in the safe?
What do you mean "what's in the safe?"
Just open it now. I want to see.
I'm getting bored with this.
Hello, mate. How you doing?
What are you doing in here?
What did I say to you last week? Stay away from my niece.
-Lauren. I've told her all about you.
-You've done what?
-Oh, yeah, she knows. So back off.
What do you mean "back off"? Oi!
-Back off from what?
-Before she goes and tells your sister.
-What's she said?
-Just stay away.
How was work?
I feel so let down by you.
-Where were you when I needed back-up this morning?
I'm so sick of being the bad cop.
When I tell her something, I expect you to be there for me.
-She went to work in the end, didn't she?
-That's not the point, is it?
I can't do this by myself.
We let her get away with things, it gives her the right to do it again.
Think about what you was like when you was her age.
Exactly! I needed a firm hand.
I didn't get one, though, did I? It's not going to work.
How about if I go down the caff, have a word with her?
-Yeah, that'd be a start, wouldn't it?
-OK, I'll do that, then.
If anything, he's getting worse.
One of these days he's going to hurt someone.
It's funny, cos he was what I was going to speak to you about.
I've had this idea. Where he can, I don't know, sort himself out.
-You know, bit of an outlet.
-Are you not wanting anything?
-No. No, you're all right.
-I'll tell you outside.
-Yeah. I suppose so.
So when are we going to do it, then? For real this time.
-I'm meeting Abi in here in a minute.
-I won't tell if you don't.
I've never known a bloke to turn it down
when it's given to him on a plate.
Just let me know when, eh?
What were you just saying to him?
-No, I'm asking you.
Never expect a bloke to be faithful, sweetheart.
-Just ain't in their nature.
-Yeah, all right. Leave her alone now, eh?
-Don't act like you weren't up for it, yeah?
-You are such a tart.
-Go on, then. Hit me!
For letting me in. Seeing me.
I know you've spoken to Rainie.
I don't like myself.
Well, I don't like you either, so that makes two of us.
Right, then, so now you know, don't you?
Yeah, I'm bad news.
-So you admit it, then?
-I'm not going to stand there calling Rainie a liar, Lauren, so, you know.
I need help.
Well, you don't think I can't see right through you?
What is so funny?!
Nothing. Dunno. This. All them times you were throwing yourself at me
and I don't want to know. And now, my brain...
What? I'm suddenly irresistible?
-Give me a break.
-Give me a break.
More of a challenge. Maybe that's the one, yeah?
You're not just worried that I might tell Whitney what you've been up to?
Maybe you SHOULD tell her. Tell someone, because I can't go on like this!
Then stop, Ryan!
-It can't be that hard.
-No. It can't.
But, you don't know what kind of mess I'm in.
If you're in trouble, Ryan, then...
-you might deserve it.
-Yeah, I might deserve it.
So then, why don't you go and tell Whitney then?
Cos I wouldn't blame you, honestly I wouldn't.
What are you looking at me like that for?
Because I can't believe what a mess I've made of my life.
Got to answer it, haven't you?
What? Phil, what do you want?
What happened to you? Come back here now.
Is that the trouble you're in? Phil Mitchell?
Are you going to tell Whitney?
I'll see you later.
Is this a really good idea, Michael? You know what Ty can be like.
Yeah, well, we'll find out, won't we?
Actually, go and get the old man. He should see this.
What are you up to?
It's called channelling aggression, Jack.
You should try it sometime.
Mr Lister, you seem like a reasonable man.
I'm sure we can come to some kind of arrangement.
-Are you trying to bribe me?
-Well, it worked before. I mean, come on. Give me a break.
I'm trying to sort the lad out.
Look, what about I give you another 20 and we forget all about it, yeah?
Dad. Dad, you gotta come now.
-So where is she now?
-I don't know.
-It's not going to work, is it?
I tried my best! I did what you wanted, all right?
Oh! Hello, Annie. Sorry, I didn't expect to hear back from you so soon.
I don't what to say.
That is so nice of you. I really appreciate it.
OK. I'll speak to you then.
-We've only gone and passed!
So we don't have to do anything else, then?
We're ok to go ahead, subject to paperwork.
-And what does that mean?
-Forms and stuff, I suppose.
They'll want to see a tenancy agreement, Billy.
We don't have one because we're squatting.
-We'll sort that out, no problem.
-How are we going to do that?
You've always got to turn good news into bad, eh? Come on, Julie!
-This is going to be our proper family home!
Now all we need is a proper family.
I don't like the look of this.
He's got the strength and the aggression,
he just needs to focus on his technique.
I know what Tyler's like when he loses it. He ain't going to worry about no Queensbury rules.
No, Tyler, get your head up. Up!
-Use your speed. Come on.
-Come on, Ty.
Did you see that? What a punch, Tyler! Go on, son!
-That's what I'm talking about.
-I'm going to stop it there.
Someone's going to get hurt. We don't want that.
-Did you see that?
-Well done, son! Well done!
-Yeah indeed. "Oh." You here by yourself, are you?
Phil's not here. He's taken Shirley out shopping.
Oh, has he? Oh, right, what - on the proceeds?
What are you talking about?
You're in on it together, aren't you?
-What are you talking about?
-Ryan, come on,
-if you're going to lie, at least make a better stab of.
I thought you were a good bloke. You're a skank!
You know what, it ain't just about Phil, is it?
Cos I've got a daughter and I miss her.
Right, and selling smack is going to solve that how?
What will your little sister say?
She's a slapper, all right. What am I supposed to do?
I'm sticking a mini-pizza in the microwave. Do you want one?
-Yeah, cheers, I'll have one.
-Right, go through there, I'll bring it in.
Oh! Still a case of love sickness, is it?
What would you know about it, Abi? You're just a kid.
Where are you going? You're taking Shirley shopping, aren't you?
-How'd you hear about that?
-Because I just spoke to Ryan.
Mr Wideboy and his squeeze. What are you going to get her?
-I don't think that's your business.
-It is if it's paid for with drugs money.
Like I said, I just spoke to Ryan.
Get busted - I don't care. But don't do it in my club.
-I ain't having this conversation.
-Does Shirley know what you're doing?
Is that a threat?
Well, here's one back. You threaten me and there'll be regrets.
Right, all that stuff about family...
That depends upon you behaving like family.
Are we clear?
Whitney? Are you there?
She's not in. I'm waiting for her an' all.
What, you've decided to tell her?
I didn't say that.
OK, Ryan, you're really starting to worry me now.
Don't be nice to me, all right? Please.
Don't be nice to me.
Someone's going to see, ain't they?
Well, we can always go somewhere else.
What, like mine?
Are you sure?
I thought you were waiting for Whitney.
Doesn't matter now.
What do you mean?
I mean, it doesn't matter now.
-The kid's got strength.
-What did he say? "It was like being hit by a train."
To Walford's next World Champion -
Eddie, message from Jean. She wants to see you upstairs.
-What's that about, then?
-Dunno. Have you got that deposit together yet?
Fingers crossed by Monday.
I hope so. No deposit, no house.
-You want money, there's your man. Right training, right management...
-I could do it, Dad.
I was so fired up. I'm telling you, this is what I was meant to do.
The sky's the limit, you could go all the way.
-She's upstairs you say?
Just imagine, your name in lights. Fighting in Vegas, baby.
It'd be bananas, man. Crazy.
Who'd've thought a shrimp like that could deck a guy like you?
Miracle. I'm just going for a Jimmy Riddle.
-It was the left hand, weren't it?
Jeanie. Mo said you wanted to see me.
-Ta-da! I've done all your washing and ironing.
-Oh, that's brilliant. Thank you. Thank you.
So is that it? Is that why you wanted to see me?
-I know your little secret!
Oh, it's all right, you don't need to look like that. I won't tell a soul.
-You read my letter?
You know damned well what letter. I left it there on the side.
-How dare you?! You have no right!
Don't you ever, ever mention this to a soul, do you understand me? Never.
I was only...
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Jean is left reeling when an angry Eddie turns on her for snooping through his private letters. Elsewhere, Michael realises he could use Tyler's temper to his advantage, Rainie warns a lovestruck Lauren about Ryan's underhand activities, and Lola delights in causing tension between Billy and Julie.