Leanne decides to take matters into her own hands regarding Danny and Jamie and seeks out Jamie to try and reconcile the pair. She tells him that Danny still loves him and reaches out to him but Danny wanders past and witnesses this. He misreads the scene and thinks that Leanne could be trying it on with his estranged son. But having had no luck with Jamie Leanne eventually persuades Violet to help. Violet asks Jamie to meet her at the pizzeria but Leanne goes instead and begs Jamie to see sense and reconcile with Danny. But Danny, suspicious after what he saw earlier, has followed Leanne to the restaurant and accuses them of having an affair. Any chance of the Baldwin boys making up is ruined immediately, as Jamie ridicules his father at such a ludicrous suggestion and marches out. Danny is left devastated as he realises any hope of making up with his son is ruined for good. Also, Jamie and Sean are still at loggerheads over Jamie’s concerns about Brian. Sean ignores his pal in the street and it’s clear that it will take a lot for these friends to be reunited. And over in the cab office, business is still quiet, and a sullen Steve gets a summons to a formal hearing of the local mini cab licensing committee, in order to review his suitability of operating a cab firm. Could this spell the end for Streetcars?
Writer: David Lane