When the police arrive at Gail’s she is stunned to hear that they have arrested an individual in connection with the Hillman hate mail campaign. A flustered Gail hides the true identity of the hoaxer from the police and informs the officers that she is no longer willing to pursue her complaint and would like to put the whole affair behind her. She later confides in Audrey who urges Gail to come clean to the police and let the authorities give the card sender the wake up call they so sorely deserve. Will Gail do the right thing and if so how will the police deal with the real hoaxer?Meanwhile, Danny and Frankie finally reach an agreement over their divorce settlement. Danny has relented and signed over his Spanish villa to his ex- wife. Not everybody is happy at the final outcome as Leanne fumes but a delighted Frankie looks forward to the future and heads off for a night out on the tiles with some of the other Weatherfield women.
Elsewhere, Kelly faces a dilemma. After a visit to her lawyer she is down beat as her brief has advised her she stands little chance of winning the case against her. Lloyd attempts to persuade his innocent girlfriend to plead guilty as that way she stands less chance of being sent to prison. Kelly is upset and confused, pleading guilty may well keep her out of jail but she worries how the other street residents will interpret her guilty plea. What will Kelly decide to do?
Also, Dev downsizes as he moves into the flat above the cornershop.
Writer: Joe Turner