Patrick comes clean to Denise and Kim, but how will they react? What will it take for Pat to face up to the reality of her situation? Bianca challenges Janine about the loan.
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-Yeah, doctor reckons I'm going to be fine.
-Well, he's going to sort out some stronger pills for my heart
and then I can go home.
Ricky! Don't go all soft on me,
it's good news, innit?
Yeah, it's just, you know, last night...
-Well, we all thought that, you know...
You can't get rid of me that easy.
Why don't you go get a cab, love? I'll sort myself out.
Going somewhere, Mrs Evans?
There's a G&T waiting for me with my name on it.
Don't worry, I won't be having it till a reasonable hour.
Unnecessary alcohol units aside, you can't leave yet.
As we discussed, a pulmonary embolism can be very serious.
I feel better since you gave me them injections.
All the same, we need to establish the cause
and we can't do that until the results of the CT scan are back.
-Oh. How long's that going to take?
-Let me chase up the department, bang a few heads together.
In the meantime, you need to stay put.
When people leave things behind and don't claim 'em,
I usually give them to the vicar for the homeless,
but I thought under the circumstances you might want 'em.
Because you are homeless, in a manner of speaking.
Yes, well, it's very thoughtful of you, Dot,
but I think we'll manage with what we've got.
Oh, well, I'm sure somebody will be grateful for them.
Oh, my lord. What have you come as?
I thought I'd go to the Masoods' and pay my respects.
I'll need a good bottle of wine, nothing cheap and nasty.
We don't do cheap and nasty.
And, anyway, you can't take wine to a Muslim wake.
-They don't drink.
Why you'd want to mourn a man who nearly killed us and put Tam in hospital is beyond me.
You shouldn't speak ill of the dead!
The man was a psychopath and a bully!
We better be going. I'm ever so sorry, Denise.
Come along, Rose.
Are you OK?
Yeah, I was, until the Sisters Grimm rocked up.
I don't know what's worse - Rose's misinformed nonsense or Dot's pity.
You can bet everyone thinks the way they do, one way or another.
-Maybe you shouldn't have opened the shop so soon.
-I'd rather be here than over at the Moons'.
Not exactly a home from home, eh?
I just thought if I work, it might take my mind off everything.
But it's never as easy as that, is it? I'm sorry.
It's not been easy for any of us, really.
Yeah, but you've had more than the fire to deal with though.
The Arches is closed, it looks as though Phil is still in custody.
Well, that's something then, isn't it?
-Cheers. You couldn't do us a favour, could you?
-Anything at all, babe.
Could you help Kim go through the list of insurance companies?
She can't remember who the policy's with.
If we get that sorted then that's a massive weight off our minds.
Can you clear your father's things from here, please.
People will be turning up again soon and I want everything to be perfect.
I can't believe we're still going through with this charade.
People are going to show up anyway, all right, Syed?
Do you want to spend all day turning them away from the house?
-As his wife, it is my duty.
After everything he did?
Thought I'd take Yasmin for a walk.
-Shall I take Kamil too?
-No, thank you. He should be here.
-Can't you talk sense into her, get her to stop this?
-I agree with your mum. It's what we need to move on.
Besides, it's good to keep busy at a time like this.
Thanks for your help these last few days.
We have to pull together, don't we?
Pretty out of it. Masood's still with him.
I would have stayed, but I thought I should be here.
No-one expects you to, if you find it too hard.
No, I want to.
If Mum can get through this, then so can I.
You'd better get changed then. You too, Syed.
Everything must be right.
-I don't want a fuss!
-Well, I'll pour it away then, shall I?
-You've got a visitor.
-You all right?
How's the patient today?
She's not a patient, she's a person, and she's fine, thank you!
Can't have been nothing for them to keep you in overnight.
They just wanted to run a few tests, that's all.
So, what time you picking me up later?
Yeah. I fancy going out. This lot are doing my head in.
Oi, I heard that!
-Six o'clock OK?
-Perfect. And don't be late.
We'll make it a night to remember, eh?
Us oldies have got pulses and all, you know!
-Come on, you two, let's go kid's club.
-Bye, Nana Pat.
-Bye, Nana Pat.
Bye, darlings. Ricky...
if you want to make yourself useful, keep looking for a job.
We're still short on what we owe Janine.
-Pat, stop worrying about that. Me and Ricky have got it well under control, haven't we?
Hi. The door was open, I hope you don't mind me coming in?
No, no, of course not.
You'll have to take your shoes off, I'm afraid,
if you want to go through.
There are people here to mourn Yusef.
Patrick, I am so sorry that I have not come over
to apologise for the B&B.
Don't worry yourself about that. I was just wondering how Tamwar was getting on?
He's in a lot of pain, but he's alive.
So, I am grateful for that.
I still don't understand what he was thinking, going back in there.
I guess we'll never know.
-I'm so sorry, I have a lot to do...
-Yeah, yeah, of course, of course.
Look. we'll catch up later, all right?
-He's a big bloke and he's refusing to pay up,
so I need a bit of muscle. Please, come on, as a favour to me?
No more favours, Janine. But, if the money's right...
Oh, I will make sure that your cut reflects your...expertise.
You better give me that address then.
And what can I do for you?
-Lay off Pat.
-I'm sorry, have I been bothering her?
She's stressing about the money she owes you. She shouldn't be.
-She's just out of hospital.
-Oh, no, is it serious(?)
-She's had a scare with her heart.
She wheels that one out whenever she's after something.
And you know as well as I do, that old bag is going to outlive all of us.
Unless, of course, they choose to legalise enforced euthanasia.
You are sick, do you know that!
What sort of person gets their kicks out of picking on old ladies?
I didn't run up Pat's debt, all right? She did that by herself!
I used to feel sorry for you when you was a little girl,
do you know that, Janine?
The way your dad used to push you about from pillar to post.
But I can see why he did.
To send you away so he didn't have to look at you.
He knew then that you was rotten to the core.
That's why you've turned out such a bitter cow.
She gets more like her mother every day!
Pat certainly knows who to send when she wants to push your buttons, don't she?
You going to let her get away with that?
You are such a star!
Listen, any time you want to stop at Kimberley's Palace,
I'll sort you out, yeah? Free of charge.
All right then, see you. Bye.
I take it you found the right one then?
Yep. He reckons once they've sent over the loss adjuster thingy person
and I've done the paperwork, we'll get our pay-out.
Shouldn't be more than a couple of weeks. So we are back in business!
Hey, we should go bigger and better, don't you think?
Maybe we should walk before we run, eh?
Listen, I'm going into town to look at all those snazzy furniture shops.
Only window shopping, that's all! All right?
See you later.
Janine! Oi, you've got no right!
-I'm sorry, Pat, I tried.
-It's all right, darling.
I'll be fine.
You don't look very ill to me.
And you ain't brought a bunch of grapes. What do you want, Janine?
I'm going to have to get the interior designers in once you've gone.
I mean, this whole tart's boudoir thing isn't really my style.
So, Bianca's been shouting her mouth off
about how I should leave you alone because you've been so poorly.
-She shouldn't have.
-That's exactly what I thought.
She seems to think she's calling the shots, when that's my job.
But she did get me wondering about whether, I don't know, the deadline I gave you was very fair.
I mean, it just gives you more time, doesn't it, to come up with pitiful excuses like "heart problems".
-And so I'm bringing it forward.
-You can't do that!
Read the small print, Pat. I am well within my rights.
Shall we say five o'clock, tomorrow?
How am I meant to raise that sort of money so quick?
I don't know!
Maybe you can just sell something.
Then again, maybe not.
Oh(!) Here they come,
the chest pains, how very convenient.
If I stay around a little bit longer, maybe I might finally finish you off.
Just get out, Janine. Get out!
# Da-na-da-na da-da-da. #
I'm still in the running
How did you pay for that lot?
I've still got my plastic, innit!
-We can pay it off once the insurance comes through.
-Did you spend much?
Put it this way, it ain't cheap looking this good!
Hey, D, check this out. They've all got sales on right now.
We act quick, forget about Kimberley's Palace,
we can transform that place into Kimberley's Dream Palais!
Don't buy anything else, not now.
All right, all right, take a chill pill, yeah.
Hey, D, look, I bought you a little something.
Oh, Kim, you didn't have to.
I know, but I did. Eh, and I got you something an' all.
Can't have you going out tonight in Alfie's cast-offs, so here you go.
I wish you hadn't, you know...
Now, listen. D, that is so your colour.
You have to take it back, all of it!
The insurers won't pay out,
not once they find out about everything!
What are you on about?
I stashed some illegal booze and some fireworks in the B&B.
I'm the one to blame.
THEY WHISPER PRAYERS
If it's too much, just say.
I'm OK. Really.
KNOCK AT DOOR
I'll see who it is.
I thought you were in Pakistan.
It's been a long time.
Afia, you poor child.
How could you come here, after everything you've done?
Who is this?
This is Tariq.
They were very close, when we were first married.
They never stopped being close.
I think you should leave.
I have every right to pay my respects. To be with my family.
I'm not your family.
I won't be a part of what you did.
You disgust me.
-You will always be your father's daughter, Afia.
I'm glad he's not here, to witness your disrespect.
How dare you!
How dare you come to this house,
while my son is lying in hospital,
and show no remorse for what has happened.
You turned Yusef into that man.
Now you get out of this house, and you don't ever, ever come back.
You heard her.
Afia. Afia, I will never let that man through our door. I swear.
I can't do this! I can't go back in.
-I just need some air. Please...
I just want to ask everyone to leave, how can I do that?
It's OK. I'll tell them you need to go upstairs for a rest.
-I'm sure they'll take the hint.
We might have saved some of our stuff, got a few things out,
if only we'd had a bit more time...
I know, I know, and I'm so sorry.
And now, we're not going to get nothing.
I mean, why were you even flogging that stuff, huh?
Your pension not enough?
Look, Kim, I'll do everything I can to pay you back.
I'll go to Janine, take out a loan.
You know what, you're not wrong!
And then we're going to use that loan and get a new flat,
cos we ain't going out to that burnt out dump with you again, innit, D?
Give us a moment alone please, Kim.
How could you do this to us?
It was an accident. I never thought things would have turned out..
No, no, no. No.
Not the fire.
I thought we could talk about anything, you and me.
You were so low, I just didn't know how.
All those people who've let me down over the years...
I half expected it.
I mean, after a while, you do it to protect yourself.
Prepare for the worst...
Cos that way, if it happens, you're ready to face it.
But I never thought that I had to prepare myself
to be let down by you.
I never thought I had to.
You were the one constant.
The closet thing I thought I had to a dad.
Yeah, but I'm the same person I've always been.
-D, you know I wouldn't do anything to hurt you.
-But you have.
Denise. I know you must be angry and...
What, with you?
Oh, don't be daft.
What are you...
What are you doing out here?
Not sure. I couldn't face it before.
How could my dad do this?
None of this is down to you, OK?
Why don't you go home?
Doesn't feel like home any more.
Zainab, Syed and everyone... they say the right things,
but I can't help thinking that every time they look at me,
all they really see is an intruder.
Nah. No. I know Zee.
And I know that all she'll be wanting to do right now is to support and take care of you.
What she feels for you, inside, that's never going to change.
Seems like my feelings change every five minutes.
Yeah, well, I know that one.
The main thing is that you lot, as a family, you are still solid.
You stay strong, I tell you, you can get through anything.
Hello, Simon, it's Mum. Yeah, yeah.
Listen, I know you've been busy with Christmas and all that,
have you had a chance to transfer any of that money yet?
What's he done now?
I wish I had your faith.
It's not always easy. But it's a comfort.
I keep trying,
but instead of prayers, I end up thinking about what I did.
If I hadn't let Dad go, none of this.
You know what, we've all made mistakes this past year.
You never told me what happened with Tamwar this morning.
I talked to him, but it was like he wasn't really there.
Sometimes I think he never will be again.
He will. Afia, he will.
I know that your father is gone
and that I am not your mother, but...
I don't get even know why you're doing this!
-Cos I overreacted, and so did you!
There's pairs of shoes in that B&B
that's lasted longer than any boyfriend I've had.
-We've all got something special. Chels and Lib are your babies, those shoes were mine!
-The point is,
we lost a few possessions, nothing more.
Compared to some people round here,
we came out of that fire in pretty good shape.
Kim, we've still got each other, we've still got Patrick.
And right now, we're the closest thing to family he's got.
He needs us.
I didn't mean all that stuff that I said earlier.
No, no. I deserved it. Every word.
No. You didn't start that fire.
And I know the only reason
you didn't say anything about them fireworks
was cos you didn't have the bottle.
The bottom line is,
if you hadn't taken me and the girls in all them years ago,
I'd have been homeless a long time before now.
Kim, all Patrick's ever done is look out for us.
It's time we returned the favour.
I'm sure Alfie will give me some extra shifts at the pub.
And, Kim, I meant what I said about getting a loan.
We still might get lucky with the insurance.
They can't prove that Yusef didn't chuck in a few rockets as well, innit?
Do you know, it's not often I say this,
but Kim, she makes a good point.
So, um, can I can keep the clothes?
You sure you want to talk to him, after all this time?
It's not a case of wanting to.
steer clear of Janine.
Look, I'm sorry, Pat.
I know you were only trying to help, darling.
I'm proud of you.
You couldn't be more different from your father if you tried.
Blimey, what drugs they given you at that hospital?
Have you been sitting here all day feeling sorry for yourself?
I've every right to grieve.
-Dr Khan and I were very close!
-Rose, you was an employee.
I probably knew the man better than you did, you know,
what with all my ailments.
We had more than a working relationship. We had chemistry.
If he hadn't met Zainab first, who knows?
Oh, give me strength!
I'm going out. I've done a lemon drizzle cake for Tanya,
and I said I'd take it over tonight.
I know I'm a silly woman, with silly fantasies.
But going into the surgery every morning,
knowing that someone like Dr Khan needed me...
made me feel important. And now, the things people are saying...
I don't want to believe them.
Yes, well, people don't always turn out like we want 'em to, Rose.
I'll make us a nice cup of tea, shall I?
Now, no more tears, Rose Elizabeth.
And no more of this, neither.
David, it's your mother.
Just when I thought you couldn't sink any lower, you find a way!
Your brother's wife! How could you?
How could I have got it so wrong with you?
KNOCK AT DOOR
Hi, Patrick, she's just in the living room.
Pat? Pat! Pat! You all right?
You all right?
They should never have discharged you earlier!
I'm not going back there, and that's it.
You didn't even wait to get a diagnosis?
I know what's wrong with me.
What with Bianca mouthing off, Janine demanding her money,
Simon and David at each other's throats. I'm worn out.
It's nothing that a good knees-up with you won't fix.
You think I don't know what this is all about?
At our age, going into hospital always feels like a big deal.
It's all right to be scared, you know, babe.
I'm not scared!
But, them places...
How are you meant to stay healthy
with all them sick people around you?
And I'm not going to be one of 'em.
That is not going to happen, OK?
It seems to have got worse.
The chest pains, the breathlessness, everything...
Maybe my ticker's finally had it.
Yeah, but if I go back there, and they tell me that...
I've got to face it, haven't I?
And you will!
You are a survivor.
But you've got to know the enemy to be able to fight.
Ready to go visit Tam?
I knew today was a mistake.
It's not that.
There are other things.
Syed, things you don't know.
Well, then tell me. Let me help.
Poor Afia feels so guilty, but I'm the one...
No, you're not, Mum. You couldn't have known how far Yusef would go.
You don't understand.
The only thing you're guilty of is falling for the wrong person.
You've got to stop beating yourself up about it.
Because we all need you, Mum.
You fall apart and we all do.
One coffee, as the lady requested.
I'd could do with something a bit stronger.
Well, seeing that you've already had your tests...
You sly old fox!
Mmm! That is just what the doctor ordered!
Is this a great date or what?
Date now, is it?
-Would that be so bad?
-You know me...
long as I've got a drink in my hand, I ain't complaining.
Hey, next time, we're going to do it properly.
and maybe a nightcap?
If you play your cards right.
Mind you, we'll have to go round to my place.
Yours has seen better days!
What you doing here?
Is that why the coffees took so long?
I'm glad you called.
You should have told me you were back here.
Ricky, give it a rest, will you!
I'm beginning to think this place ain't so bad after all.
It's quieter than home.
You been drinking?
What's up, Doc?
I wish you hadn't run off and ignored our calls.
You said any more clots could be thinned with injections.
It's not the clots that concern me, it's what's causing them.
Would you prefer to talk in private?
We'll catch up later, all right?
I don't have to go, do I?
No, Ricky, come and sit down.
Although you've been experiencing breathlessness,
this isn't a heart issue.
The CT scan revealed some abnormalities.
It's not my speciality, so I'll be referring you to an oncologist.
-I'm afraid it's not good news.
The abnormalities suggest cancer, Mrs Evans.
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Pat’s spent the night in hospital. She lies to Ricky she’s fine and ignores the doctor’s advice to wait for her scan results. Back at home, she brushes away Patrick’s concerns and arranges a night out. Bianca reassures Pat she’s taking care of Janine’s repayments then warns Janine to lay off. Janine brings the deadline forward and scoffs when Pat experiences chest pains. Pat’s shocked by news she hears from Simon, and leaves David an angry voicemail. Later, Patrick’s alarmed to find Pat doubled over in pain. Pat admits her symptoms have worsened and worries what she’ll face in hospital. With Patrick’s support, Pat returns to hospital for more tests, they plan a real date for the future. Pat and Ricky are stunned when the doctor announces Pat’s scans reveal abnormalities which suggest cancer. Confident they’ll soon receive an insurance pay-out for the B&B, Kim goes on a shopping spree. Patrick’s forced to admit he stored illegal booze and fireworks in the B&B - the insurers won’t pay. Denise’s hurt but later, on seeing the Masoods torn apart, forgives him; at least they still have each other. Zainab welcomes mourners for Yusef into the house, insisting it’s her wifely duty. She turns to her pills when Patrick wonders why Yusef went inside the B&B during the fire. Tariq arrives insisting he has a right to mourn with Afia, Zainab throws him out. Afia worries to Denise that the Masoods see her as an outsider and later confesses to Zainab she feels guilty for letting Yusef go. Later, Syed discovers Zainab sobbing she’s the guilty one, he comforts her but misunderstands her distress. Janine pays Derek to “convince” a client to pay her what she’s owed. Rose is distraught by Yusef’s death and refuses to believe the gossip. Dot comforts her.