The Walford in Bloom celebrations are thrown into chaos as disaster strikes the square. The pressure becomes unbearable for Steven, leading him to take drastic action.
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There you are, my darling - your favourite.
-59 years, eh. Who'd have thought it?
People get less than that for murder.
We do all right, don't we?
-You and me.
-You speak for yourself.
Get down! Down, Joyce!
Boys, be careful!
Come on, baby, I'll look after you, darling. Oh, sweetheart!
-HE YELLS IN PAIN
-Sorry! I'm sorry.
Not my shoulder.
Come on, let's get you in the Vic.
Was that a bomb?
-It sounded near.
-Was that a bomb?
Urgent assistance, gas explosion, Albert Square, number of casualties.
Please help anyone who can walk.
Anyone who's hurt, get them in the Vic!
-Yeah, yeah, yeah, OK. Go that way, go back that way.
I landed on it.
Right, well, get to the Vic.
Who would do something like this?
Nobody's done anything, it's the gas mains.
-So that ain't a bomb then?
-It's just gone up.
-Why ain't someone turned it off?
-They have - it takes a while to burn out.
Have you seen Stacey and Arthur?
-Mum's got Arthur. Stacey was...
Mate, mate, can you make sure you get them inside? OK?
Louise. Louise, it's fine. Louise, it's fine.
I promise you, it's OK. It's OK.
It's gone, the fire's gone, OK? Look at me.
It's fine, I promise you, it's fine. You're with me, OK?
Max! Give us a hand!
-You sure you're OK?
-I just twisted it. Thank you.
You all right, mate?
-Are you all right?
-Yeah, yeah, I'm fine. I'm fine.
He was over at the car lot.
-Go with her.
-And leave you here?
-Look, come on.
Come on. Let's go to mine and get you cleaned up.
-He's over at the car lot.
You're giving me a headache.
You ain't funny.
Yeah, and Billy just called too.
He ain't here.
Can we go look?
No. Just stay away from the window till the police say it's safe.
-You just heard Jack.
-But you said it was safe.
It is, darling. It was just a big bang.
Dennis! Stay away from the window.
I just wanted to get Ollie and...
-Darling, you just need to stay here until everything's calmed down.
-I just...I need to find a taxi...
I'm leaving Mick.
Want a cup of tea, guys?
Oh, ta, thanks.
Cup of tea?
Are you guys all right?
-Cup of tea?
-Get him a brandy.
-I don't think it's broken.
-Things are always better with a cup of tea.
-We got any more bandages?
Clean tea towels in the kitchen.
-Have you seen Stace?
-No, no, no. She's not been in here.
-No, she was at the podium thing.
-I'm going to see if she's gone down Bridge Street.
All right. PHONE RINGS
-Look, stop moving.
-Yeah, all right, all right.
Look, I just seen all your missed calls.
Yeah, it was an explosion. It's the gas pipes from the Square.
Look, where are you?
I'm in the restaurant. I'm safe.
Ian, I'm so tired.
All right, well, look, stay there.
Love...Ian, I need to talk to you.
Is Max anywhere near you?
Max? I dunno.
Yeah, he's here. He's safe, yeah.
-Lauren, can you help me clear up Ian's face please?
Jane, I'm sorry, love, you're breaking up.
I can hardly hear you.
Look, just stay put, all right, and I'll be there in a bit.
I'll bring your wheelchair, yeah? All right.
Just need to see if there's anyone else who needs my help.
Yeah, I love you.
Right, let's get you cleaned up.
Do you know what?
It's times like this when you realise what's really important.
You all right, Steven?
I've just been with Jane.
Max, please. Please. I promise I will sort it. I promise.
Listen, listen. Listen to me.
She wants to get rid of you.
Just like she wanted to get rid of Lucy.
Lucy was an accident...
She's going on about wanting Ian all to herself.
She wants you dead.
You know, if you think about it...
You think about everything that's wrong.
It's always been Jane.
Steven, you need to shut her up for good.
No, he's got stuff to sort out at the restaurant.
-I need to talk to him about something...
-Please! Not now.
Look, she's at the restaurant now, on her own.
I'll cover for you.
There's got to be another way. This...
Steven, you didn't see her just now.
She wants to destroy you.
She's my stepmum!
-I can't do that to my family.
-You ain't got a choice.
Cos it's you...
Get away from the window.
I ain't ever seen nothing like it.
-It ain't going to blow again.
You don't know that!
-What if Bronson...?
-Oh, he'll be fine.
-But you said...
-No, he will have found somewhere safe to hide.
Your brothers will find him.
-I'm just going to go and check on downstairs, all right?
-No, don't leave me.
Just leave it.
I gotta keep safe.
Watch yourself on the glass.
I've got to protect you, Joyce.
I've got to guard you in case they attack again.
Is that what you think this is? Terrorists?
The burglar, Joyce. The burglar!
They'll be coming back for us. Coming back.
Don't do this. Please, don't do this.
-Got to keep safe.
-A burglar doesn't blow things up.
There you go.
That'll show them.
-Please, please don't...
-Won't be laughing now, will they?
-Here you are.
Is this cos of Whitney?
It was obvious.
It's not just Whitney.
Earlier, I thought that him and Fi...
What, from the management company?
I know, it sounds stupid. It is stupid.
It's not like I really think anything happened.
I know it's all in my head.
Right, so you're leaving him cos he didn't have an affair with anyone?
Cos of something in your head?
-I should go.
-No, no, no, hang on.
You're not making any sense.
Right, he loves you. Just as much as you love him.
A year ago, I'd have trusted him with anyone.
You must think I'm mad, to walk away from someone I love,
when you'd give anything to...
What is it you're not telling me?
You seeing someone else?
KNOCK AT DOOR
Jack, sorry, I've got one of the mums on the phone.
-Yeah, just two minutes.
-I told her the kids are OK
and the gas is safe and everything but I just think...
-A couple of minutes. Cheers.
You know what really used to wind me up about Ron?
Half the time she was having a go at me,
she was just having a go at herself.
You're scared that, if the trust's gone,
it ain't Mick who's broke it.
Bet you're glad you moved now.
-Sorry, did that hurt?
Will Louise be all right?
She's got her family with her.
Must have brought a lot back.
Has Stacey come back here?
-No. Why, what's...?
-Just stay here in case she does, all right.
-Look, just stay here, I need to go and find her.
If you want to talk about it...
Get your old leg up there - there you go.
-Don't you smell lovely?
-Let's get you some water, yeah.
Easy, tiger. Easy.
Pick up! Pick up.
-Stacey! My wife's in there. Please!
And as soon as the fire brigade have...
-She's pregnant! Let me through!
-Let me get in there.
My wife is in there! Please! Stacey!
-Step back. If I have to tell you one more time...
All right. All right!
I've been going out of my mind.
Did Ian send you?
Have you got my wheelchair?
No-one else in?
Ian said there was a big gas explosion?
Is everybody OK?
I'm here now.
Do you need some help?
Hold that for me, doll. Cheers.
This just don't seem real.
No. You checked on Dot?
Yeah, she's fine.
Ted and Joyce?
Abi, can you watch Louie for me?
Why can't you?
Well, cos unlike some, I'm actually helping people.
Dad, can you tell Whitney I'll be five minutes?
Where you going?
To find Steven. He should be taking it easy.
Lauren, it's chaos out there.
I know, that's why I'm worried about him.
He'll be back before you know it.
Lauren, you're needed in here.
So, is Ian OK?
That really is all you care about, isn't it?
Steven, why don't you come and sit down for a minute?
Max was right.
This is all over now, isn't it?
No, nothing's over.
I just wanted him to love me.
By letting him think you were dying?
I have always been second best.
No, you're not, Steven.
"Peter, Peter, Peter" is all I have ever had.
Your dad loves you.
And we will all find a way through this.
You're still our son.
And maybe you and Lauren might work it out.
We will work it out.
Really? When you explain everything...
She's not going to know anything, Jane!
OK, how about...I talk to her?
We'll all sit down together
and we'll tell them that the hospital...
The hospital made a mistake.
It's all been really upsetting,
but the main thing is you're not dying
and then you'll have Lauren, you'll have Louie
and you'll have me and your dad - I mean, imagine.
Imagine Ian's face when he knows he's not going to lose you.
Knowing he's not going to have to go through another child dying.
That is all that will matter.
You're a good man, Steven.
Do you mean that?
All of this.
It's Max, isn't it?
Twisting your head, poisoning your mind.
Because you're the one who sent him to prison
for a crime he didn't commit.
You're the one who let everyone think he'd killed my little sister!
YOU are the one who let my dad go an entire year not knowing the truth.
And now you are the one against me!
You are the poison, Jane.
It's going straight to voicemail. I'm going to go check on her.
Ian? Listen, we should make sure everyone's all right here first.
-But I already said I'd go and see her in a bit.
-Well, they need all the help they can get.
-I'm no use, am I?
-Yeah, course you are.
Look, Tina's doing a list of people accounted for.
-Why don't you help her with that?
-I'll just take Jane her wheelchair.
Yeah, but you know you're both safe, don't you? Why don't you go and see if anyone's missing?
I can't believe all this.
Oh, Patrick, you just stay here.
No, I want to make sure Ted got home OK, all right?
-They've just arrested Martin.
They'll be coming soon.
Ted, would you look through that window please?
There's all sort of trouble going on out there.
-They're not coming for us. This is not a burglary.
I told you we should have got rid of that thing.
That's what they want you to do.
After the last time.
I don't know why you still hung on to it.
Oh, Ted, love, you're shaking. Come on, go and look!
KNOCK AT DOOR
Don't say a word.
It's one of the neighbours, checking to see we're all right.
KNOCK AT DOOR Keep still.
Would a burglar knock?
Put that gun down, please...
They'll be coming back. More of them.
Please put it down.
Jane, Jane, Jane...
Please don't make this harder than it already is, OK.
Steven. This isn't you, Steven.
-I'm sorry, Jane. Give it to me...
-I won't tell anyone about this, or the tumour...
Just give it to me!
Do you think I want to do this?!
This is all Max's... All Max.
He wants revenge on all of us.
Him, Weyland, that Fi woman - they're all in it together.
They're going to destroy the whole Square.
This is happening, Steven! You are being played.
What have I done?
What have I ever done to you?
Why do you hate me?
Because you destroyed this family
when you dumped Lucy's body on that common!
There's police, fire engines, ambulances and everything outside.
And not one of them is here for you.
As soon as you light anything, as soon as anyone sees smoke...
You will go to jail, Steven.
You'll go to jail, and now you've got this baby on the way,
now Abi's pregnant...
I thought you knew.
Did Abi tell you that?
A baby, Steven. Your very own baby.
Do you want it growing up, you in jail,
never seeing it, never being around?
Some poor kid that just wants you to love them, just wants you to care?
You know what that feels like! You know how much that hurts!
This is what you do.
How many more lies, Jane?
It's a scary place, sometimes.
You just get on with it, don't you?
I mean, yeah, you worry sometimes, but...
..you can't let fear rule you.
That's what the school counsellor told me after prom.
You only have one crack at life.
You have to make the most of it.
We should go see if...
-He ain't done nothing!
Incident at the Town Hall.
He was worried.
He was just scared for his missus, all right?
You all right?
This woman just grabbed me, and we ran. Where's Arthur?
Mum's got him inside, he's all right.
Where are they taking him?
He's pushed a police officer.
Come on. Don't be upset, it's going to be fine.
There...isn't anyone else.
All those months in Watford, caring for your mum.
I wasn't caring for my mum.
I mean, I was at first, but...
..she got better and...
And what? You didn't want to come back?
Sometimes, family, you...
..just want to walk away from it.
I couldn't come back.
I've had cancer.
Do you want to know a secret, Louie?
One day soon, I'm going to be your new mummy.
And me and Daddy, we're going to have another little baby.
So you'll have a brother or sister.
Our own happy little family.
Steven...you don't have to do this.
You know, I've always thought it's like being in a church.
Time to pray.
No, no, no...
Please! Please! Please! Please!
Ted. Ted, love, stop, stop. Just stop a minute.
Now, give me...give me the gun, love.
Come on, give me the gun, eh?
Just put the gun down here.
Come on, love.