Steve is enjoying a quiet drink in the Rovers when he receives a call telling him the police have arrived at the Streetcar’s office. He dashes round to work to discover the police are investigating the fatal hit and run. Steve is stunned to learn that the police would like to examine the cabs being used on the evening of the accident. When the officer finds damage on one of Streetcar’s vehicles he immediately impounds it for forensic testing. Steve begins to worry that Ronnie’s request for him to take the blame for the speeding ticket may not have been as innocent as she first explained. Will Steve challenge his girlfriend and if so will the guilty Ronnie come clean? Meanwhile, Sean is thrilled when he receives a call from Brian. His father would like to meet up again to explain his side of the story. The brief meeting goes well and Sean outlines to Brian his wish to get to know his father again. The pair part without making plans for another meeting. Has this initial contact been enough to persuade Brian to be a part of his son’s life? Is Sean about to be let down all over again? Elsewhere, Craig and Keith worry about Charlie’s looming eviction. Keith pays the Citizens Advice Bureau a visit to check his legal rights while Craig worries that the move will force him away from Weatherfield. Will Charlie’s eviction notice spell the end for Rosie and Craig? Also, Amber and David share their thoughts on their respective fathers’ faults.
Writer: Patrea Smallacombe