Sally's confident and happy that John will soon be back in prison. Meanwhile an increasingly uneasy Rosie masks her discomfort when Kevin tells her to be prepared to go to court. At the police station John denies everything but is stumped when the police officer questions why his wife has not called to enquire after him. John is released and comes home to ask Fiz why she did not ring the station. She assures him she does believe his story. And the couple had for the Rovers. The regulars treat him with disdain and, reaching the end of his tether, John challenges Rosie on her story and forces her to come clean - to Sally and Kevin's horror. As they drag their daughter home John and Fiz are relieved to be publically vindicated. Lloyd panics as Teresa acts like they are really engaged. Enjoying making him uncomfortable she even shows him engagement ring brochures. Becky is alarmed when Michelle tells her that Steve's had a call from Bernie. Becky confronts him and Steve admits the truth about the golf bet with Dev. Becky vetoes the game when she learns the cost of club membership and Steve tries to back out of the golf game, but when Dev accuses him of being a chicken, Steve vows to beat him. Eileen rumbles Eddie's guttering scam and decides to play him at his own game. George and Eve visit Simon, who tells them about the fire at the flat. George is disturbed. Peter admits he was to blame but insists it was a turning point and he's determined to be a good father. George is mollified but for how long?