Taking a deep breath, Sean walks up the drive way to his father’s house. The door is opened by Brian, who initially does not recognise his son and is further shocked to discover Sean standing on his doorstep. The atmosphere is awkward between the estranged pair, especially when they are joined by Brian’s wife, Maggie. The meeting does not go well and Sean leaves disappointed that his father has not made any arrangements for them to meet up again. However, when Brian later arrives in the Street looking for Sean, it appears the pair have much more to discuss. After his earlier disappointment, will Sean once again allow his father time to explain why they have been apart for the last twenty years. Meanwhile, over at Streetcars, under intense and calculated pressure from Ronnie, Steve eventually agrees to take the rap for Ronnie’s speeding ticket, and Kelly and Lloyd agree to give their relationship another chance. Elsewhere, the reality of living together hits home for Amber and Dev. The street’s newest resident locks herself out and she is too scared to go and bother her father. It is left to Roy and Hayley to go and find Dev who is holed up The Rovers. It is clear Dev is finding it difficult living with his teenage daughter. Also, Shelley agrees to go a date with Simon, a customer who chatted her up at work and Danny is forced to accept Janice back into the fold.
Writer: Jan McVerry