Keith is aghast to witness Charlie and Jason removing the repaired roof tiles from his house. The triumphant builder informs a stunned Craig and his granddad that he will replace the tiles when his bill is paid. A stubborn Keith refuses and calls the police to report Charlie’s antics. The police arrive but are powerless to help the frustrated pensioner and Keith is left shaken when a physically aggressive Charlie later demands that Keith enlists his landlord’s help in paying the bill in full. How will Keith find the money to settle his bill with the disgruntled builder? Tracy also falls foul of Charlie’s tricks when he reveals the whereabouts of her missing shoe. More mind games from Charlie. Elsewhere, Ashley and Claire come to terms with the courts decision to adjourn the case in order to appoint a welfare officer to assess Joshua’s home life. An angry Ashley hates the intrusion into their private lives. Meanwhile, Steve attempts to help out a desperate Lloyd when he tries to speak to Kelly about her their break up. But will his efforts have any effect? Ronnie, however, does not appreciate Steve playing cupid for Kelly and Lloyd, and wastes no time in letting Steve know her feelings. As the pair row and Ronnie roars off in her cab, Steve is left bewildered. Are Ronnie’s mood swings becoming too much to take? Also, at the Rovers, having to share her space with Fred and Bev, Shelley is feeling increasingly ignored and isolated and Sean wonders why his dad has never got in touch with him. Eileen encourages her lodger to make contact with his father. Will Sean be brave enough to make the call?
Writer: Damon Rochefort