Lauren has an honest conversation with Josh. The traders are left in uproar when Robbie takes drastic action. Karen worries about Bernadette.
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You had Louie crying all night,
I had Ian grumbling about his Uncle Arthur's bench.
Who steals a park bench?
Well, Michelle thought it was that Bernadette girl
but Karen swore it wasn't.
Nobody cares about anything these days, Lauren.
You're perky for someone going through teething.
He could sleep through an earthquake.
We're out of milk.
It's fine, I'll go get some.
That dog's had me trainer again.
-I'm going to be late.
They got you working all weekend.
It'll go down well when they decide who to keep on.
You OK? You were quiet all last night.
-Yeah, I'm just thinking.
-First time for everything.
Why can't you phone up and say I've got what Riley's got?
You're going to school.
And shout up to Keegan and Chatham. I've done toast.
-Right, see ya.
Here, come and sit with me.
I'm not telling you who the dad is.
Why not? You used to tell me everything.
Why are you being so secretive?
Look, I don't care who the father is. I just want to know.
It was like when you were little and you asked who your dad was.
You know, I could've lied, said I couldn't remember,
but I didn't, did I?
Even though he's a waste of space who's never even bought you
a birthday card, I told you.
I don't want to nag you.
I ain't said a word all weekend, have I?
you're starting to scare me.
Why are you scared?
Oh, it doesn't matter.
Abi, wait, I'm sorry. I'm sorry, please...
Yeah, well, you should be,
because I'm not the one cheating on you, Lauren is.
Can you keep your voice down?
And anyway, she's not cheating on me.
Course she is.
When you saw me in the back yard on Friday...
..I WAS watching them, yeah?
I knew it.
And he laid it on a plate for her and she rejected him.
She must have found out about you spying on her.
-Found your little camera thing.
No, she's clearly realised she loves ME.
And she told him it was never going to happen.
Yeah, well, it's only a matter of time.
Anyway, I finish work at five today, so if you want to come round,
-have some fun...
That's not going to happen.
I'm focusing on Lauren now.
Oh, come on, Steven. She's messing with your head.
I know Lauren, and I've seen the way that she looks at Josh.
They're at it.
And don't push me away, you need me now more than ever.
I'll text you later.
Mate, I know it was important to you,
-but at the end of the day it's only a bench.
-Only a bench?
Would you be saying that if someone dug up Zaair's tree, would you?
And what have they done with it, just stuck it in the back of some garden?
A bench with my dad's name on it?
Yeah, well, I can see why he's upset. I would be fuming.
Yeah? I love it when you get all riled up.
As long as it's not aimed at me, of course.
-Anyway, I'd better head off. Endure another day at Kim's.
Be easier looking after ten hyperactive kids.
-What? Pearl's an angel.
-Yes, but her mother is not.
You can't be serious!
-You've left me with no option.
-It's because I didn't want to do your team bonding thing, ain't it?
-It's got nothing to do with that!
-Everything all right?
-He's shutting me down.
She's three weeks behind with her pitch fees.
Yeah, it's because I bought the bad stock.
-Come on, cut her a little bit of slack, will you?
-I have done.
I can't let it carry on. I did warn her about this last week...
Yeah, I didn't think you were serious.
Of course I'm serious. It's my job.
I'm going to pay, you know I will.
Yes, and until you do I'm closing you down.
You know the rules as well as I do.
Oh, and Kush, don't think you can go and talk to your mum
and she'll make it go away.
This is my jurisdiction.
Can you believe this? The jobsworth here is taking Donna's pitch.
I'm not debating this.
You have until the end of the day.
Hi, it's me. I want to meet at lunch.
At our secret place.
DENISE CLEARS HER THROAT
Oh! Oh, you're back. Yeah, I just started.
Why don't you come join me?
No, I got stuff to do.
It can wait. Pearl's upstairs sleeping.
Come on, it's good, you know. There's legs, bums and tums.
I mean, I know that I've got the bum and you've got a bit of the...
you know, baby tummy. Just a little bit. But, you know.
Come on, get physical.
I've got to clean the kitchen.
Actually, talking about the kitchen...
You know that pie that you do?
The one with the pea...and ham.
-What you call it?
-Pea and ham pie?
Yeah, that's the one. Can you do it for lunch, please?
No, I'm doing salad, I've got it all planned now.
You're the one putting a workout DVD on.
Yeah, and I'm going to need some carbs and protein afterwards, innit.
So pie, yeah? Thanks.
Right, I'm going to have to go back out to the shops again.
Talking about shops, I bought myself some new bikinis
for the holiday.
Sorry, sorry... I... I wasn't thinking.
-I didn't mean to say it to make you jealous. I was just saying...
-No, no. I'm not.
I don't mind at all. I mean, I'll miss little Pearl.
-But it's all good.
-Look, you don't have to miss us!
I told you before, you can still come.
And now you're back with Action Man you can bring him along, too.
I bet you can't wait to smear some lotion over his deltoids.
That's Vincent talk for shoulders. I take an interest.
-There's no buts. It's going to be great.
Look, the boys can get together, they can do their own thing
and we can hang out 24/7. Look, we're going to have a great time.
And it means that Pearl can have her...
..her continuity of care, yeah?
Thought it was going to be my phone.
They tell you to wait in, don't they?
I bet they never even come.
Anything for us?
Just a letter from your bank and a mobile bill for you.
What time are you going into work?
I told them I'd be in for two.
You haven't mentioned him since Abi's party.
-You two haven't fallen out, have you?
-No, I just...
I barely see him. He's busy.
-What's the matter?
Why are you packing away now? You've got the whole afternoon.
If I stay any longer I will say or do something I regret
next time I see that smug little face.
-Right, Donna. Just let me pay what you owe.
-Right, and then you just pay me back whenever you can.
-Look, I said no, all right?
It was my fault that I bought that stock.
-I need to sort it out myself.
-This is the pitch. One of our prime locations.
Got to be joking, ain't ya?! She's not even gone yet.
I've got a market to run.
-You know he's evicted her, don't you?
You've had him lined up all along, have you?
Let me guess, you're going to charge him more? Right?
Pitch agreements are confidential, as you know.
-I don't want to cause any problems.
You're chucking her off now? What about the rest of the day?
Look, I'm packing up because I want to, OK?
And he's welcome to it.
But word of advice, don't get a day behind on your rent because...
You're three weeks behind!
Anyway, Felix is paying upfront so that's not going to be a problem.
So, shall we sort the paperwork out?
-This ain't right, is it?
-Do you know, the minute I saw him
I knew I didn't like him.
And there's you giving it all the, "Oh, no, he's a great guy."
-Yeah, well, he's obviously changed, ain't he?
Who does he think he is?
Thank you very much, cheers.
Oh, and there we are.
Chicken and salad on wholemeal.
-I haven't even ordered yet.
-No, but you will do.
That's what you always order for lunch on a Monday.
Am I that predictable?
Well, you won't hear me complaining. I like to know my customers.
Listen, I heard Louie crying in the night.
-No, no, don't worry.
I just wondered if you managed to get some sleep.
Well, I wish I could tell you it's going to get better
-but you are about to hit the terrible twos.
Look, I know what it's like, love.
I mean, you're both working all hours, you know, trying save up.
Living with his family. You need to take some time for yourself.
That's why I took up the knitting machine, you know, I could zone out completely.
I can't see me knitting.
Well, do something else, you know?
Go shopping, or window shopping.
And don't be afraid to ask me if you want me to help out more, OK?
I love being a great-nan, but if you ever call me that I will kill you.
Eat up. It'll make you feel better.
-Yes, thank you for asking.
When we get home you can play on Keegan's console if you want.
But he will kill me.
Oh, no, he won't. He won't even know.
Has Bernie said anything about the baby?
Has... Have you ever seen Bernie and Keanu...
Oh, never mind. Finish eating your chips.
I was just wondering
if I could carry on working from home this afternoon?
-'Yeah, that's no problem.'
-Yeah, great, thank you.
Can you imagine?
Two weeks trapped in a villa with her following me around,
-dragging me off to the water parks.
-Come on, man. She lonely.
She's got an husband.
She should enjoy spending family time with them.
You know, I love looking after Pearl...
-And we have fun, don't we, sweetheart? Yeah.
But, you know, I spent a lot of time looking after Kim
when she was a kid.
I think she's old enough to be looking after herself now,
isn't she? PHONE RINGS
You see, now that's going to be her, keeping tabs on me.
Yeah. OK, all right, thank you.
-I've got my start date at the council.
Yeah. It's all official!
Hey! Yeah, man!
Bernadette? That better not be you!
They sent me home.
-It looks worse than it is.
-Leave that a minute.
-I want to change. I'm meeting someone.
No, in a minute. I need to talk to you.
I've wanted to talk to you since Friday,
-but, you know, what with your work and all that...
-Has something happened?
-I just want to talk.
Listen, when you're a mum you... you notice things, yeah? And you...
Sometimes you need to ask stuff that you really don't want to ask,
-You want me to move out, don't you?
-Cos there's no room.
-No, no, love. This is your home.
-What you talking about, then?
No, just... Just forget it.
What? No, just say it. Whatever it is, I don't care.
You haven't got your sister pregnant, have you?
Because I heard you talking Friday and you were talking
about secrets, and it's been going over and over in my head and...
-What kind of sick, twisted mind...
Yeah, well, you two!
You know, you're always together, secretly chatting...
And you... Well, you clam up whenever you see me.
Can you hear what you're saying?
She's my sister!
-How could you think...?
-Because I have to think!
Because I'm your mother and whatever you say, you know,
these things happen and if it's true, then...
Of course it's not true!
You honestly think I could do that?
To my sister?
To my 15-year-old sister?!
That's what you think of me?
Sorry. Michael White jumped me,
said he wanted to see how far I'd fit down the toilet.
Took me ages to get him off me.
-I thought you weren't coming.
-I said I would.
-No point going back to school now.
I need to tell you something.
I wasn't going to tell you, but my mum's been getting at me
and made me realise that I needed to tell you.
Tell me what?
We're having a baby.
You're meant to know me. You're meant to know Bernie!
I used to, but she's changed. You both have.
You know, you've both got your own lives now
that I know nothing about.
I mean, I didn't even know she was pregnant until last week!
Why... Why won't she tell me who the father is?
Because it's none of your business!
Yeah, because I've got the social breathing down my neck!
People already think we're scum! It's just all too much.
I shouldn't have asked you. I should've known.
It's someone in her year at school.
That's all I'm telling you.
This is why I didn't want to tell you. I don't want anything from you.
He doesn't need to find out. I've not told anyone about you...
apart from Keanu, but...
He promised not to say anything and he's not angry with you.
He knows you're my best friend.
I won't let your dad hurt you cos of this, OK?
It's our secret.
I've got 16 quid left in my bank from Christmas money.
You can have it.
Are you OK?
Shall we get married?
You sure you don't want one?
Nah, I'm fine. I'm going to grab something at work.
Just gotta set up my new phone first.
Yeah, well, you'll have to be more careful with that one.
You know, I feel sorry for Lauren, up all night with Louie.
She'll be all right.
She said she didn't have that much on at work this afternoon, so...
How are you getting on in there?
Coming along slowly.
Resign? I don't understand.
Well, you knew it was only ever going to be a short-term thing.
Because I start at the council in a couple of weeks.
-Well, you can stay till then.
No, I do not want to be stood in a dock charged with murder,
thank you very much.
Although I doubt very much a jury would convict me.
-What am I going to do?
-Oh, Kim, come on.
Millions of women are running homes,
bringing up kids and holding down a job.
And you, darling, ain't got a job.
I've got the Albert.
You waltz in there every once in a blue moon
and you rearrange the furniture.
How can you walk out on Pearl?
Oi, no, no. I am not.
I am walking out on you.
I cannot stand another minute of you following me around,
criticising every little thing I do with Pearl.
-When have I said a word?
-Oh, come on. Your eyes say plenty.
Kim, I don't want to fall out with you over this, I really don't.
..what you were saying about this holiday...
-What, you going to throw that in my face, as well, then?
IF we are to go on holiday together, then I think it's a good idea
if we are not in each other's pockets before we go.
What did Kush say?
-I haven't actually said anything to him yet.
-Oh, I like it. Yes!
Making the decisions, yeah. Starting as you means to go on.
Yeah. Like me and Vincent. I've inspired you. You're most welcome.
-Yes! Can't wait! We're going to have so much fun!
You know they've got five water parks near the villa?
And one of them, clothing is optional! Yes! Yes!
Can't beat working from home, eh?
Well, you phoned, and here I am.
Hoping you've changed your mind over the weekend
and realised you can't go on without me.
Well, not really.
Why did you say all that on Friday?
Why did you say that you wanted us to be together?
It's not as if you didn't already know.
Yeah, but why did you have to say it?
You've made it a thing now.
I'm not going to apologise.
I have feelings for you.
Yeah, OK, it started off as a bit of fun,
thrill of the chase, I guess, but then something happened.
Now you're all I think about.
I meant what I said about keeping things professional
if that's what you want.
You shouldn't have to feel as though you can't come in to work.
No, I didn't get much sleep.
Louie's been teething.
I was pacing the bedroom all night just thinking.
I can't stop thinking.
It actually hurts.
Sorry, I didn't mean to upset you.
No, you didn't.
Just made me question my life.
Made me think about what I really want.
And who you want?
All started a few years ago when I was moving into a new flat.
I was looking for furniture
and all this new flat-pack stuff just really turned me off, you know?
Like it wasn't real.
Oh, I know what you mean. I hate putting those things together.
No... I mean it hadn't breathed.
You look at a table or a chair from, say, the '30s, right,
it's got a life and character.
Tells a story. You know what I mean?
-Yeah, yeah, course, yeah, yeah... A story.
So I started to collect items. Not just furniture - china, ornaments.
I mean, who doesn't love a pot dog, eh?
-And don't get me started on music.
-Oh, I'm the same.
I was a massive Backstreet Boys fan.
Had all their CDs.
CDs? I'm talking vinyl.
A vinyl record is so much more than just music.
I don't really see myself as a market trader.
I'm more an evangelist, you know?
Helping people like you reconnect with the past.
Well, it will be good to have a second-hand stall.
I prefer vintage.
You need to meet my step-gran.
No-one comes more vintage than her.
Donna's all packed up, she's about to go.
-Go tell her you've changed your mind.
I will pay whatever she owes, OK? Just don't tell her that.
Tell her that you've had a change of heart.
She knows the rules like the rest of you.
Is that all you care about, is it? Rules?
You can't do this, all right? She is one of us.
Yes, and now Felix is one of you,
so I suggest you both go back to your stalls, start earning money
to pay your rent, otherwise you'll be following Donna.
-Give people a little bit of power...
-..and this is what you get.
you're on a final warning about that rubbish by your stall.
-Rubbish goes in the bins.
You thinking what I'm thinking?
-Ooh, I like that...
It's time everyone on this market realises rules are rules
and it's my job to make sure they're upheld.
Just... Sorry, to be clear, the rubbish goes in the bin?
That's what I'm saying.
-But no-one's taking any notice!
Oh, no, we take notice, mate.
Whoa, what are you doing?
-Rubbish goes in the bin.
-And you're rubbish, mate!
That's not very... What are you doing? No, no, that's not funny!
Stop it! Please, please, please, I'll do whatever you want!
Why aren't you at school?
Why aren't you at work?
I told Callum.
Yeah? What did he say?
Got upset. Cos of his dad.
Yeah. Look, if his dad ends up finding out,
you're not to worry, OK?
I'll make sure he doesn't hurt you or the baby.
It's going to be all right. I promise.
And I never break my promises, do I?
Well, then it'll all work out all right, won't it?
-No, don't do that! No, don't do that!
-Does it hurt? Does it hurt?
You're with him.
I tried really hard to make it work.
I know the feeling.
It must have worked at some stage.
I know you think I'm this massive player but...
I'm sorry, but you are a massive player.
You wrote your number down five seconds after meeting me.
Um... It was more like ten seconds.
I told myself that I was fine with Steven before I met you.
Obviously it's not true, is it?
Clearly something weren't right cos...
I just want you to be happy.
I don't love him.
There, I've said it.
I've said it and I don't feel bad about it.
I'm 23 years old, this can't be my life.
No, it can't be.
And I'm not just making excuses cos I want to be with you...
..cos, to be honest, it's not really got anything to do with you.
All you've done is made me see that there's so much more to life
than what I've got.
And I deserve more. I do.
Louie does, as well.
He should be with someone that loves him.
What are you going to do?
I need to leave Steven.