Frankie has ended the kiss and runs away from Jamie. He follows her back to the street insisting that she feels the same way about him as he does her. But Frankie isn’t prepared to listen and with her head in a mess she makes her way to Danny’s flat where she tells him she wants to give their relationship another go. Danny can’t believe his luck, although he’s a little surprised when she then moves into the spare room. Frankie knows she needs to make this work if she’s to stop thoughts of Jamie. But as the pair cosy up on the sofa Jamie arrives at the flat determined to plead his case. The funeral is now over but as the party make their way back to the pub there’s a strange and unpleasant atmosphere. Bev and Ashley are now ignoring one another but Rita tries to cheer up proceedings by starting a sing song. The atmosphere lightens but when Audrey enters keen to say her piece there’s a deadly silence. As she declares how much she loved Fred how will Bev react? Maria pays Charlie a surprise visit but when he tells her he can’t see her now as he’s meeting Tracy Maria’s back is up again. It’s clear the novelty of playing mistress is starting to wear thin. And Fiz gets her first scooter lesson.
Writer: Stephen Russell