Zainab finally gives in to Yusef's game-playing and flees from the Square. Alfie and Kat attempt to expose Mandy's true colours, and Christian and Syed receive an unexpected guest.
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Yusef, what are we doing? I can't...
It's OK... you're practically divorced.
You can finally listen to your heart.
You're in no state to talk.
Go and freshen up,
I'll get this.
You're in Walford? Why?
No, I told you.
Besides, Syed's not here, you're wasting your time.
I knew something was going on with Mrs Masood.
I've got a sixth sense about these things.
It's called ears.
I'm in shock.
I'm actually on Zainab's side for once. It feels wrong.
It's a bit like when Darth Vader takes off the mask!
Stop it, all right. I can't.
I need to go and talk to Sy, he looks upset.
Oi! Hello, you two. Long time no see.
Saw you yesterday.
-Did you? I noticed the chippy was shut. Where you been?
-To the dogs.
Oh, don't be so hard on yourself, love.
Oi! It's not like you to close up the shop and go on a jolly, is it?
Well, you know what they say - all work and no play...
So, did you have a big win?
No, but losing someone else's money doesn't have quite the same sting.
-It's only money, innit.
-Are my ears working?
-Are we going to have that drink, or what?
I've got a idea. Why don't we go and hang out, yeah?
"Hang out"? Look at you, getting all down with the kids.
-I'm up for it if you are?
-I'm good enough for you now, am I?
Oh, come on, let's go.
-You all right, Carol?
-Yeah. You all right?
-You're looking nice.
-Oh, cheers. How's your brother?
Yeah, he's all right. Over the worst of it.
-Pity dad's in Spain then, eh?
-Oh, right, is he on holiday?
Well, not really, it's more of a permanent thing, he reckons...
but you never know with my old man, do you?
-Nice to see you.
Come on, what's up with your face then?
-Where is everyone?
-You mean "Where's Whitney?" don't you?
-I mean everyone - it's dead.
-Probably at that party.
-At Christian and Syed's.
What? There's a party that I don't know about?
Didn't get invited, did you?
Mate, I'm in love.
Excuse me. Do you know Syed Masood?
-Yeah, funnily enough, we're just going to his party now.
It's... It's just I wasn't expecting...
I know. I'm sorry.
Who was on the phone?
It was the imam.
I didn't want to worry you.
-Bushra's called him already?
-He wasn't happy.
call him up, I'll explain...
You hit another woman in public.
How do you explain that?
I'll tell him what she's been saying to me all afternoon.
You know, that...
I'll... I'll make him understand.
Do you really think the imam will take your word over Bushra's?
-What do you mean?
-You heard her today...
you have no standing in the community any more.
You're a fallen woman.
Bushra was taking a risk even associating with you.
-How can you say that to me?
-It's not what I think,
but you have to be realistic.
There's nothing here for you but shame...
So what do I do?
-There's nothing you can do.
-Please don't say that.
There must be. There must be a way to make them understand,
to explain what I've been going through.
-Come with me now, tonight.
-No, just for a break,
let things blow over.
Besides, what other choice do you have?
Bushra could be calling the police right now.
There were plenty of witnesses.
-She'd have a good case.
-You're being silly.
She wouldn't go that far, would she?
I'll have a couple of doughnuts, please, Marie.
Kids'll kill me if I come home empty-handed.
You all right, Lauren?
Fine, why? Where you been, anyway?
I've been staying with Sonia.
-You all right? Have you been drinking?
-No, not really.
-"No, not really"? Is that code for getting lashed?
Look at you, it's not even six o'clock.
Right, and what happens when it's six o'clock?
D'you turn into something other than a moody cow?
You don't even know what week it is, do you?
Right then, enlighten us then, Carol...
what week is it?
It's a year since Billie died.
Don't expect you to remember, you were wasted that night, too.
Hey, Kat, listen. I've got a plan, right?
To get Ian to see the light.
-What are you talking about?
-I thought you liked her?
-Yeah, as a fling, she's all right,
but she's too attached to his wallet for my liking.
-Well, he don't seem to mind.
-That's cos the bloke is in denial, see?
They're called breasts.
-Have you got a plan?
-Yeah. It's called a honeytrap.
-I'm not coming on to Ian!
-I'm not talking about you, you dope!
I'm talking about me. I'll be the honeytrap for Mandy.
What are you looking...? You saying I'm not honeytrap material?
Well, it worked on me, didn't it?
CHATTER AND LOUD MUSIC
-What is wrong with you?
-Aren't you worried?
No. Everyone's happy cos Mum finally told Bushra
where to stick it. I am partying, OK?
-Did you see Mum?
-Yeah, I know.
-Amazing, wasn't it?
-Have you been drinking?
Hello, mate, you all right mate?
Thanks for coming, yeah? Appreciate it.
Sort yourselves out, yeah?
Oh, look at those young men.
They are so cute!
You want to watch that one.
He'll marry you and take all your money.
Suits me, darling.
-What happened to that girl?
Yeah. Thought she was with us?
-No-one's here either.
-Would you just call her and ask her out?
-You see? That is your problem, bruv.
-I don't have a problem.
All right, all right.
Right, everyone, listen!
I've got a little announcement to make. Roxy!
'Pipe down everyone. You especially, Tambo.'
some of you already know this, but we haven't made it official,
but the real reason for this party
is to celebrate the fact that Christian and I are getting married.
Right now, I feel like the luckiest man on the planet.
I'm sorry, it was thoughtless of me.
And I do remember, I just can't believe it's been a year.
You're telling me.
Well, how're you doing?
I was holding it together until Bianca called...
and that did it.
Does it get any easier?
I'll let you know.
Lauren? What's wrong?
..it's been a bit of a rough week. It's nothing.
Don't look like nothing.
It's just, erm...
I dunno, she's just...
She's not doing very well.
Very well? What...?
Come on, you can tell me, Lauren.
No, it's ever since her and Greg split...
I'm just really worried about her.
Right, and that's why you've been drinking, is it?
Look, if you want to help your mum,
don't give her something else to worry about, right?
Lay off the booze, yeah?
You heard all that about me and Christian...
But I am glad you're here.
We can sit down like adults and finally sort this out.
What do you mean?
Have you spoken to Doctor Khan?
The divorce. That's what all this is about, isn't it?
I'm not here about a divorce.
Well, then why...?
I'm here about our baby.
KNOCK ON DOOR
How is this even possible, Amira?
I know we were trying, but...
the test...the test was negative.
-No. That was Chelsea's.
I'm really supposed to believe that?
Thanks for showing me such respect(!) That's your forte.
What do you expect? You turn up out of the blue, making wild claims,
I mean, where is it, this imaginary baby?
Go on, look.
-It's a baby. They all look like that.
Look at her eyes.
You see it, don't you?
And I have to look at them every single day.
I'm her father?
Christian, I'm a dad.
This was a mistake.
-You had a baby?
I want to see.
-What is the matter with you?
-Are you all right?
-Yeah, I'm fine.
-Get off me.
-You're a vicious cow.
-Rox! Just leave it, Roxy.
-Why'd you do that?
I told him to get back.
You see, this is the reason why you can't be involved in Yasmin's life.
-Yasmin? That's her name?
-Don't go getting any ideas.
I'm leaving. I've got a taxi coming.
No, no, no, look, I just want to talk to you.
No pressure, no anything. You and I sitting down for a civilised conversation.
-I'm sorry, I can't.
-No, I'm not letting you go.
Sorry, Amira, this is too big a bombshell for you to just drop and then walk out.
Great. Just...sit down and I'll get us some drinks.
I just need to go to the ladies.
-Better than Diagnosis Murder, eh, Cor?
-I'm waiting for the murder.
Now's your chance, Agent Moon.
OK, all right.
Go. Go, go.
All right, Mandy?
I'm glad I've got you on your own.
You got any nuts?
-Yeah. Salted or dry roasted?
-Oh, please, yeah.
Well, I'm pleased for Ian. You know, having you on his arm...
he must feel like all his Christmases have come at once, eh?
So, er, you approve?
Yeah, of course I approve. Yeah, course, yeah.
Can't help feeling a bit of the pang of the old green-eyed monster.
-Yeah, well you're a gorgeous-looking bird... girl...woman.
You know, a beautiful girl.
Yeah. Well, you got Kat, ain't you.
Yeah. Yeah, course.
Yeah, me and Kat are great, you know. We are great.
But, you know, doesn't stop you wondering though, eh?
-Well, it's only natural.
Yeah, it is, you know, er...
Long as you don't do anything about it.
No, no, course not, no. But if you were to...
and no-one knew and no-one got hurt...
Are you flirting with me, Alfie?
No. No. But...
-would you like it if I was?
but, well, this little shop's closed for business.
-What are you doing here?
-I needed to see you.
Come away from there.
You're hurting me! Ow!
Why're we hiding?
Zainab's fragile at the moment.
-This news may tip her over the edge.
It's complicated, Amira.
-She attempted suicide a few weeks ago.
-Why ARE you here?
-I'm not a child, you can't just push me about.
Anyway, you lied. Syed is here.
You've seen him?
You stupid girl.
How dare you? What would my dad say if he heard you talking to me like that?
He'd agree. Don't you see? This is what I was trying to warn you about.
Syed will do everything he can to get her off you.
They're desperate to adopt. Why else would I warn you off?
-What do you mean? They can't just take my baby.
-He is her father.
If only you'd trusted me.
Please, Doctor Khan. Please, help me.
Go home. I'll call tomorrow.
We'll get a solicitor.
Everything will be fine.
It didn't work.
What, she resisted the Moon charm? Never(!)
Yes. Ian, I know when a man is coming on to me, trust me.
I mean, you're not the most subtle of the species.
All right, guys, you got enough drinks and everything? Lovely!
-What's going on?
-What you talking about?
-I've told him.
No, it's not like that, all right?
I was just being friendly, that's all.
Oh, give it up, Alfie, we've been rumbled!
"We've"? Were you in on it, too?
This what I think it is?
OK, just hear me out, all right?
I want to apologise. I overstepped the mark,
but, listen, come on, we're all friends here, ain't we?
-We're close friends, aren't we?
-Course we are, yeah, exactly.
Do you know what, I never knew you were so open about it.
I mean, we're all consenting adults, aren't we?
There's no need to feel awkward about any of this, Alfie.
This is how it works, isn't it?
Come on Kat, where's yours?
She's done a runner.
-Didn't I say?
-We'll catch up with her. She can't have gone far.
No. I've got to do this on my own.
Besides, I want a boyfriend who can actually see, come tomorrow.
Come on you, drink. Drink.
Is that the interval?
Save my seat.
Keys in a bowl? Ian, this ain't the '70s!
All right, fine.
But what I don't get is why you were trying it on with Mandy?
And why YOU were just going along with it?
Well, it's to set me up, innit? You know, prove I'll go with anyone.
-Smart girl, this one.
-Listen, I was worried about you. No offence, Mandy.
No, look, there's none taken, all right?
-Because you've been acting out of character lately.
Yeah, I know! It's great, innit?
But - no offence again, Mandy -
just that, you know, you've got a bit of a...reputation.
Says the man married to Kat Slater!
-Whoa, that's a bit below the belt!
-Kat don't mind.
-Why should I?
-He's got a point.
-You all right?
Why wouldn't I be?
Right, who wants some music?
-Oh, go on, then.
I don't even know what I'm packing. This is madness.
I mean, what if Masood has taken Kamil out?
-I can't leave without him.
-He knows you're coming to collect him.
OK, I can't... I can't do this. It's too sudden. I mean, why tonight?
You have no choice. We'll be fine. Once we're on the plane, we can relax.
KNOCK AT DOOR
-Don't answer it.
Hi. I thought I'd bring him back as we were passing.
-Are you OK?
-Of course. Why?
-What have you heard?
-Nothing. But you didn't answer the door.
Are you sure? I can see you're upset.
Ah, I see.
There I was...
getting all worried about you and thinking you might do something stupid again,
when all the time you're merrily shacking up with him.
What's happening to you, Z?
I don't care what you think any more.
I don't care what anyone thinks any more.
Good luck to you.
The sooner we leave, the better.
-I'll... I'll go and pack my things.
-Can you get me some pills, Yusef?
I thought you were trying to come off them?
-I am. I need them for the plane.
-We don't have time.
Won't be long.
I thought I was seeing things, but it is you.
-You're a sight for sore eyes!
What is it?
So he leans over the bar, cocky as you like and he says,
"You're a beauty and I'm the beast."
And I say, "Sweetheart, if you're a beast, I won't be having nightmares tonight."
Listen, listen... I've got one...
Oh, hang on, here we go.
You all right? Where'd you disappear to then?
Mate, that party was a washout.
I had to fight to get away from them two old biddies.
What you watching?
On the way home, Ty, I bumped into Megan Fox.
She tried it on with me, didn't she, but I turned her down.
I said, "I know you're a super-hot Hollywood actress,
"but that type of thing don't impress an Hammers fan."
Ha! Yeah! Yes!
Calm down, calm down. Did she say yes, then?
-Show me, show me.
What are you looking at?
What you doing in here?
Oh, just getting bored of listening to Ian's old jokes.
Why, what's wrong?
No, nothing, sweetheart. Nothing.
Well, I like him, the new Ian.
I ain't laughed so much in ages.
Come off it, you're not falling for that old...
easy-going bloke stuff, are you?
He's not exactly getting down on one knee.
They're doing their thing. I respect 'em.
-Yeah, cos it's honest.
It's you that's got the problem.
What you on about, Kat?
You won't let him change.
No matter what he does, or what he says, he's the same old Ian.
Right, that's it. We is off home for an early night.
Oi, oi! Have a good night, guys.
-See ya. Thanks.
I'll go downstairs, see if Tracey's all right.
-Sorry, I can't find my phone.
-You won't need it in Pakistan.
I have to speak with Tamwar, I have to tell him what's happening.
We'll be late. Use the one in the car.
-I'll just check upstairs.
Just one minute, please!
-Ironic, considering how she came into the world.
I've got to go.
-It was lovely to see you.
-You will stay in touch?
-I don't know.
You can't leave..
..until you promise me I can see my baby.
It's not YOUR baby, Syed, it's OUR baby.
Can I see her again?
We all know what a piece of work she is.
She's probably out there with Syed, making plans.
Where does that leave you? Hm?
Out in the cold, that's where it leaves you.
I should be a part of this.
Well, come on.
Silly girl, falling in love with a gay man.
He did marry her.
I'm not talking about the Asian girl.
Dad, where are you?
-Just listen, Afia. Do you have Tamwar with you?
Good, cos I have some news.
Zainab and I are going on a last-minute holiday to Pakistan with Kamil.
'What? Is Zainab OK?'
Don't worry, she's fine. We'll call when we arrive.
I can't speak now, we're driving.
Did you get through?
They've gone. They've taken Kamil.
"Gone"? What do you mean "gone"? Gone where?
I swore I wouldn't do this, but...OK.
You are her dad, you should be able to see her.
-But there's one condition.
I don't want HIM anywhere near my baby.
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Amira is back in Walford and wastes no time calling the Masoods. Yusef intercepts her calls, telling her she’s wasting her time before hanging up. Yusef manipulates Zainab into feeling shamed over slapping Bushra and convinces her that she needs to leave Walford. At their party, Syed and Christian announce their engagement as Amira walks in. Distraught, she storms out. Syed follows her to the Vic; he is floored by the revelation that they have a baby together - Yasmin. Later, Amira falls prey to Yusef’s scheming as he tells her that Syed will try and take Yasmin away from her. As Yusef and Zainab prepare to leave for Pakistan, Masood arrives and is disgusted with his ex-wife’s behaviour. Feeling the pressure, Zainab asks for more pills. Zainab and Yusef head off for the airport in secret. Amira presents Syed with an ultimatum - he can see Yasmin as long as Christian has nothing to do with her.
Alfie is worrying over Mandy’s hold over Ian - in particular, his wallet. Alfie, Ian, Kat and Mandy drink upstairs in the Vic where Alfie prepares to spring a honey trap plan to expose Mandy. Alfie is left stung, however, when Mandy knocks him back. When Alfie’s plan is exposed, Ian further complicates matters by mistaking Kat and Alfie for swingers. Kat admits she likes the new Ian, lambasting Alfie for not letting him change.
Carol returns to find a drunk Lauren in the café. Losing her temper, Carol reminds her niece that it’s been a year since Billie died, leaving Lauren mortified. As the pair chat, the ice seems to thaw between them. Lauren almost confesses all about Tanya’s cancer.
Whitney finally agrees to go on a date with Tyler.