Charlie’s unhappy when he overhears Shelley and Steve planning a night out and quickly arranges a meal with Tracy – at the same restaurant. The two couples spend the evening bitching about one another but an opportunity falls into Charlie’s lap when Tracy gets a phone call to say Amy has been taken to hospital with a rash. Steve offers to drive her and Shelley is left alone with Charlie who can’t believe his luck. When Shelley’s taxi arrives Charlie challenges her to stay and have a drink with him. She agrees and the pair embark on a dangerous game, but where will it end? Elsewhere as Jason and Sarah kick off their wedding plans they decide their mums should be spending more time together as they’re going to be family soon. But how will old enemies Eileen and Gail react when their children conspire to force them together in the Rovers? Now Sean knows his dad is from Sheffield he sets about the task of finding him again. When Adam hands him a list of 164 Paul Jones’ from the area Sean decides to start calling them all. And there’s tension in the air at the Peacocks as Claire plans to go to her ante natal class without Ashley.
Shelley decides it’s time for Charlie to go home but he’s got other ideas and when she let him behind the bar the inevitable happens and he moves in for a kiss. Shelley responds and it’s not long before they’re in the throes of passion. But when the fun’s over, Shelley’s brought back down to earth with a bump – revenge is best served cold for Charlie. Sean’s growing increasingly despondent as he slowly makes his way through his list of Paul Jones’ and when Eileen finds him sitting alone in the dark she knows he needs to talk. Is Sean about to give up on the idea of finding his real dad? Tyrone and Molly are eager to kick off the pizza delivery service at the bakery, but Diggory’s not so keen, sure they’re fighting a losing battle. Tyrone and Molly do their best to drum up business but by the end of the night Diggory’s serving his very last customer. And Jason and Sarah decide they want to get married asap, but how will their battling mothers react?
Writer: Joe Turner