A shock revelation changes everything during Craig's visit, Phil and Patrick's feud sees Kat and Alfie left out on the streets, and Fat Boy comforts a devastated Whitney.
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Woah, woah, woah!
plug out the wall first.
All right, Dad? sleep well in your new room?
OK. Big day today. How we doing? Feeling good?
I'd like to thank everyone in advance for refraining from "full moon" gags.
Morning, all. Big day today. You'll be needing a fry up.
Thank you lord for sending a breakfast angel! Most grateful!
Worming her way in.
-What time you picking up Craig, Eddie?
Had a row then?
He's just a bit nervous about today. Oh, he was saying, Tyler,
he thinks Craig's really going to love you and Anthony.
Up here, down in a minute.
Here! Someone's sprayed graffiti all over the caff!
Phil Mitchell looks ready to kill.
FOOTSTEPS ON STAIRS
-You been going through my pockets?
You left your jacket lying around. When were you going to tell me?
It's just a boring leaving do at the Community Trust, that's all.
-Can I have that fiver back?
I'll put it towards a new dress for the "boring" leaving do.
-Right, get that off the window.
-It's not my fault it's there!
What's that supposed to mean, eh?
-No, come on, Tinkerbell's found her tonsils.
What is it, you think I'm a racist? Is that it, eh?
Get that cleaned, yeah?
I'm meeting Abi for school...
Whose side is my son on, hm?
Must be them kids from that halfway house.
-Least he'll get the message now, eh?
He's a long way from getting the message.
I've heard people with Downs can get well rowdy.
Do you even know what Downs Syndrome is, Ty?
Right, I'm off to pick Craig up.
You two, tidy up the living room. It's a mess.
Don't worry, everything'll be perfect. I've got your table booked at the Vic.
-Hang on, we've not set up the treasure hunt.
-He's a 35-year-old man, not a baby.
-And who asked you?
-It's a lovely idea, Michael.
-Hang on a minute. Dad.
Meeting family's a really big deal.
When I met Craig, I was profoundly affected by it.
That's all I'm saying.
Frogs are his thing. He loves frogs. It's a distraction,
-takes the curse off everything.
-Yeah, I can see that.
I think it needs a woman's touch, though.
You wouldn't mind helping Michael set it up?
Best behaviour today, boy.
Keep an eye on those two for me.
Come on, boys.
This is so much better than Dad's breakfasts.
It's properly cooked, know what I mean?
Yeah, tell me about it. Remember last week?
Oh, mate. Mould in the toast!
Oi, who was that?
-They've just took my phone.
-All right, buddy?
How can someone violate an institution like that, eh?
Anything of Phil Mitchell's is violated. Tell you what, that wouldn't have happened in my day.
What do you think about this one?
-How do I get out of this?
-Lovely, sweetheart. Kat's got something similar.
She needs a dress for this WCCT lunch. Kris Jennings is resigning
and I want his place. I tried to hide the invite, but she found it.
Oh, you're frightened she's going to show you up? Oh, Ian!
How about me and Kat go? Keep an eye on her for you.
What about this one?
That is a beauty! I'll leave it with you. See you later.
-What do you think?
Patrick would've done this. No-one else is stupid enough.
It was probably just kids.
-You done it?
-I tried my best, all right?
You need proper chemical stuff for that.
If I went over there, bet I'd find spray cans.
Leave it out dad, will you? This is getting out of hand.
Graffiti's just the start.
You're more like a Beale than a Mitchell.
-Where were you?!
-Why didn't you meet me when you said?
-Dad made me wash graffiti off the cafe.
-I got your text. What happened?
-She's been mugged.
-I tried to catch them, but...
-What?! Oh, come here.
Let's go to the cafe, eh?
Oi, where you going?
With a frog?
Yeah, my brother's on a visit.
I better go. He'll be here any minute.
-Oh, ain't got time for a peck on...
-Stop hassling me, all right?
Before we set off, Craig, the thing is your brothers are a bit nervous
-about meeting you today.
No, well it's a big deal for them, you visiting.
Michael's set up a treasure hunt.
-A treasure hunt?
He just wanted to do something for you.
Will you go along with it? For me?
There better be good treasures.
I'm sure there will be!
Bye, see you.
Mum says I can have the day off, But I gotta go now.
Stay here. If you go home, I've got to go to school.
You should call the police.
-What'll they do? Write a report?
-Stop trying to sound like your dad, Ben.
We can try and phone Phil, see what he can do.
I don't want him involved. He's as bad as that King Edwards lot.
You didn't have to give your phone up. You said that lad didn't start on you
so shut up bad mouthing about my dad!
All right, I ain't that late, Phil! What's that for anyway?
If things are getting lively round here,
I'm going to be ready.
CAR HORN HONKS
CAR HORN HONKS
Vanessa, why don't you just go for a long walk today?
It's a family day, EH?
It's not everyday you get to put your family back together, is it?
Here he is! Hello, mate.
How's it going? All right, Dad?
-This is Anthony, your brother.
Tyler, your other brother.
How you doing, mate. You all right?
-And Vanessa, my girl...
-Oh, what's that over there?
Yeah, look! Let's go see.
I'm Tyler's favourite thing in the Square.
But then he is lazy.
Bench! Too easy!
See, I told you it was patronising.
Shut up. He's doing it, isn't he?
What were they like while I was out?
Just on at each other, constantly.
Like brother and sister.
Mand, come on! I got a stall to run!
Oh, you can't rush perfection, Ian!
FOOTSTEPS ON STAIRS
I'm beginning to think you don't want me to come at all.
It's just a boring leaving do.
Ah. A free session on the lash is never boring.
No. Look, it's not going to be a free session on the...
I'll tell you what. How about we go into town this afternoon,
-see if we can get you something a bit more...
Yes! Finally, you are speaking a language I understand.
-Go on, open it.
Look, come here.
One for you, your brothers and me.
And the other one?
That'll be for Frankie.
Put mine on.
We can all wear them and then everybody'll know we're family.
I'll do Tyler's.
Here you are.
Here, I'll give you a hand.
Here you go.
Don't know why he don't just leave it alone.
He lives for this sort of stuff. Gets him through the day.
But the whole square thinks he's racist.
Thought it might make him stop.
But he's not, is he?
Patrick's out of order. You're lucky to have a dad who'll look after you.
Yeah, I don't want him to.
Ain't about you any more, is it?
You don't get a reputation like Phil's by letting people off.
-He's got to see it through now or people'll think he's gone soft.
-Why aren't you at school?
-Been looking after Abi.
-Got mugged, didn't she?
-She didn't get hurt, did she?
You're going after lunch, all right? Come on, we're going down the pub.
-Why? We'll just get hassle.
-I ain't having people thinking
that I'm scared of going down my own boozer! Come on!
Jean's upstairs with Tommy.
-You'll be lucky prising her away.
-I wouldn't even try.
-Has Pat been in at all?
-No, I ain't seen her.
-Paddy. I just want to say, mate...
-You got caught in the middle.
-No hard feelings, all right?
-I'm not as forgiving.
Kat, it's only a Community Trust lunch, not an afternoon
of Chinese water torture, is it?
-There you are!
Meet your cousin.
Let me have a look at you.
Yeah, he's definitely a Moon! He's got the biceps!
Yeah, shame you don't! Hello Craig. I'm Kat, Alfie's wife.
She's hot. No way did he pull her!
-Did he actually just say that?
-Yeah he did!
All right, I heard that! I've got a table down here for you.
He took it off her?
In broad daylight?
Yeah, he threatened to knock her out.
She's been well quiet ever since. So I thought I'd get her a cake,
just to cheer her up a bit. How much?
Oh, no. This is on the house.
Oh, that's so kind.
Thanks Hev, you're such a good soul.
You're a good soul?
You want to pay for it? Do you want some?
-No, I feel sick.
He just said, "Give me your phone," and I did.
Am I that much of a push over? Can anyone take my stuff?
All right, Hev? Darling, tell me you got some jacket potatoes in.
-I need carbs!
-Here, you're that bloke from the gym, aren't you?
-Do you do self-defence?
-Depends who's doing the attacking!
Here we go fellas, toad in the hole!
My favourite! How did you know?
So let me get this straight. You've got two girlfriends?
I don't like them or anything. They're annoying.
I love this guy!
That is a very worrying development.
Reckon the world's ready for two Tyler Moon's, eh?
I knew you'd hit it off.
Fancy a game of darts, Dad?
Watch me drink.
Come on, loser buys lunch.
I don't pay in here.
I was talking to Jodie earlier. I've this mate in Corfu.
What's that got to do with her?
He's looking for PRs over Christmas.
-I thought she'd be perfect.
-Jodie's not going to Greece.
She seemed very up for it.
Tyler, can I have a quick word please?
Actually, I'm a bit busy.
Oh. Sorry to bother you.
Uh oh, Tyler's in the dog house!
He's better off without her, believe me.
Whit! Wait up.
What? Oh, you wearing jewellery now?
-Yeah, Dad got 'em for Craig's visit.
-Are you being funny with me?
What is going on?
Ant told me.
What you used to do.
-So what you going to teach us?
-Just a few moves...
in case the chamber on your Glock jams.
Don't you worry, by the time I'm finished with you
no-one's going to mess with you again, all right?
-See. He keeps looking over...
-Stop looking back then.
-Here you go girls.
-You going to the community trust lunch, tomorrow?
Alfie wants to go. You going?
Yeah. First time we've been invited!
Bout time we was taken seriously as thrusting local businesswomen...
So it's all right then is it?
So what's it like then, this place you live?
It's nice. Get help cleaning cooking. Like being a king!
That's it. I'm moving in.
So come on boys, how were the toads, tasty were they?
He knows they're not really toads doesn't he?
Perfect Alfie, everything was perfect thanks...
-Anyone fancy a chaser?
I love you.
Your shift starts down the supermarket soon.
Don't start getting drunk...
Go and fetch your brother.
Don't think I don't know what you're doing.
-If you think you can use my daughter to try and drive me away...
-You have no idea what I'm capable of.
End it with him. Before it kills him...
-It's time to go.
-Hello mate, all right?
Right, we should say our goodbyes and hit the road...
I got your bag, Craig.
Right, Craig... me and you are going out, mate.
Total Moon wipeout of all eligible women from here to Deptford.
-Couldn't have gone better, eh?
-Couldn't have gone better.
I won't forget it...
-Safe drive, mate.
The way you run, this is the Olympics yeah,
so you can do it of with the solemnity of the occasion, all up-right and Olympic...
Or you can gangstify it, like them rude boys...
they're darked out with their hoods up, and kinda bowl it out, but like quicker? Like a gangster in a rush
sort of thing, know what I mean. And then you get there, pose, spin...
and that's the Olympics East London - done!
-All right babe?
Anthony told Ty what I did.
Now he thinks I'm a slag.
Babe, who cares, huh?
That ain't where you're at now, is it?
chiefs like that they use your past
cos they know it's your weak spot, all right.
They haven't walked a day in your size fives, you get me?
So they can't judge.
I've even got Vanessa checking the CCTV at the car lot cos she don't trust me...
-Yeah, but I don't care! I'm not fussed.
She don't know me.
So next time someone tries it with you or your past you just
look at them in their face and say "and what?"
What they going to do? Where they going to go? Eh? Eh?
Come on, come on, they're not going to do nothing, all right?
That was a good day. All we need is Frankie and we'll have the full Moons!
Oh, someone had to do it...
Right, I'll put the kettle on.
All right, Dad?
-The old man was proper choked up at the end.
-It meant so much to him.
Yeah. Five minutes, five minutes... all right.
Just popping out.
Let's have a nice bottle of bubbly to celebrate my new look!
I've always preferred cava...
You can't turn cheapskate now Ian,
not if you want to impress them committee types...
The funniest bit though is Kim's voice...
Don't get brave.
When she's around business people she puts on this posh accent.
Oh, no I couldn't possibly have another slice of toffee fudge,
one has to watch one's figure.
One should watch one's back.
Oh, we'll have a right laugh!
Be quite good actually to get the community trust on side about Phil.
And what do you reckon the trust would make of you spraying
graffiti all over my cafe?
You don't think that was us do you?
Phil, what's the matter... the boy beating you at the arrows?
Where's your proof?
What are you doing in my pub?
-Having a drink.
-Yeah? Having a drink...
..looks like you've finished your drink now, don't it? I want him out of here. Now.
-I can't do that, Phil.
-Hang on a sec, hang on a sec... is this my pub or what?
Yeah, but it's our name above the door so right now
we're in charge and you're the one who's going to be chucked out.
-What is it you find so offensive about him?
-I don't like the way he drinks.
Come on, everybody knows what you really don't like about him.
Yeah, it's written all over your cafe...
You think I'm a racist? You think I'm a racist, Winston?
All I want is for him to say sorry for attacking my boy.
Now get him out of here, now.
It's time for my lunch anyway...
-No! You shouldn't have to leave...
-I've already sacked him for nothing...
-Right you can get out an' all!
-Kat, get Tommy.
You think it's funny, you think it's funny do you?
Get your hands off me!
-Get off! Ian!
Out! Out! Out!
-And you and all, out!
-All right, I'm going!
This is my boozer, you don't like it, you can get out!
Go on, out! Out! Come on, out!
All right! We're leaving.
You heard me, out!
Come on, the lot of you! Out!
Hi Michael, again!
Thought you were taking him home?
That was before he told me about you and Vanessa.
You'd throw a mother and baby out?
-What you going to do, rename it the Marie Celeste?
-This is our home!
All you gotta do is say sorry and all of this is over.
You're picking a fight with the entire community, Phil.
I am the community.
He's properly lost it.
It's all right.
It'll blow over. It'll be OK.
I don't understand.
We had such a great time. You even thanked me!
What was it you told me?
He didn't want you to find out, Dad.
You wanted her to leave before I found out...
Can we have this conversation in private, please?
What do you think is going on, then?
You think I'm having an affair?
What don't you want me to find out, Michael?
She's poison. And you don't see it.
Because you're high on having a pretty bird on your arm,
the way people look at you.
-You're drunk, Dad, you're drunk on the status.
-I don't like this.
She'll do anything for a roof over her head. And any old pushover will do.
You think I'm a pushover?
No! But you're not the first Moon in deep with a prozzy, are you?
-It's all right, Craig.
Now you're just being wilfully stupid.
You really believe that a woman like that, with all the make up,
the hair, and the sweet perfumes, all the guile, the smoke and mirrors...
you think she's honest?!
I'm your son, don't do this to me.
I wanted her gone before you found out she was a parasite, don't you see?
She'll take, she'll take and take till there's nothing left.
Get out, Michael.
What do you mean they had it coming? We're the ones locked inside!
I've got a Corsa that needs new break pads front and back by tomorrow morning.
You can't just throw them out...
-No-one talks to my boy like that, no-one.
-You've lost it...
What did you say, eh!? What did you say to me?
Dad, stop it!
I said you've lost it.
He's out of control.
He's going to kill someone!
So you can get a pair for a fiver or two for eight, up to you.
Tyler! Wait up...
You got something you want to say to me?
What about earlier? I had Craig...
Yeah, about how you couldn't even bring yourself to hold my hand.
It's not easy Whit! When Ant told me it was a bit of a shock,
-I didn't think you was like that...
-And you know about me, do you?
Do you know what my favourite food is?
What rubbish bands I listen to on the sly?
If I find out you've been listening to Cliff...
You don't know I was forced to lie in some skanky bedsit
waiting for the door to open, so men could come in
and have sex with me so someone I thought loved me
could pay off his debts.
-Don't go round judging people on what's happened to them.
Judge them by what they do.
I'm going to be myself.
Same old Whit.
Like nothing ever happened.
And you'll never know how much strength that takes.
You can go round pumping your weights...
..you'll never be as strong as me.
The same old Whit.
Hiya. I just saw Craig in the car. Thought you were taking him back?
Yeah. I got held up.
Thought I'd make lasagne tonight.
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Eddie’s suspicious of Vanessa and Michael. Eddie brings Craig to the Square, he’s greeted by Michael’s frog-themed treasure hunt. The final prize is a set of half moon pendants, one for each of the brothers and Eddie. There’s a spare, Vanessa’s hopeful, but Michael tells her it’s for Frankie. During a family lunch at the Vic, Anthony and Tyler have a great time with Craig. Craig overhears Vanessa and Michael talking. Michael tells Vanessa to end it with Eddie before he finds out. Eddie confronts Michael, who insists Vanessa’s a parasite. Eddie finds an envelope of cash in Vanessa’s suitcase. Later, Vanessa comes home to find a frog ornament in the bedroom with a label ‘I know’.
‘No blacks allowed’ is painted across the cafe windows. Phil’s furious, sure it’s Patrick’s doing. Ben wishes Phil would leave it alone. In the Vic, Phil confronts Patrick, pouring his drink away and telling him to leave. Phil then explodes, insisting everyone, including Kat and Alfie, gets out. Phil’s adamant if Patrick says sorry the feud will end, but Patrick won’t. When Jay tells Phil he’s lost it, Phil pins him against the bar. Jay worries Phil’s out of control.
Mandy’s keen to accompany Ian to a WCCT function. Ian wants a place on the committee and worries Mandy will show him up. Alfie suggests he and Kat come, Kat’s decides it’ll be a laugh after learning Denise and Kim are also attending. Mandy coerces Ian into buying her an expensive outfit.
After Abi’s mugged, Lola persuades Christian to teach them both self defence.
Whitney’s hurt when Tyler’s cold and reveals he knows about her past. Fatboy’s pep talk gives Whitney the confidence to stand up to Tyler, tell him not to judge people and explain what actually happened to her.