Caz is disappointed when Maria tells her that she’d like her to find somewhere else to stay, despite being grateful for her staying over. As Maria comforts Liam and promises him the burglar won’t come back, her phone rings but there’s nobody there. Maria is clearly unnerved, totally unaware that Caz is the one who made the call.
As Caz prepares to leave, Liam then finds his dad’s watch in Caz’s bag. Will Caz be able to explain? And still unnerved by the weird phone calls, will Maria have a change of heart and ask Caz to stay?
Meanwhile, Aidan calls the girls together and asks for volunteers for overtime. One by one the girls refuse, angry with Johnny for docking their wages. When the girls demand to know how Johnny found out about their film ruse, Johnny refuses to say.
Accusing the management of spying on them, Sally then leads the girls out on strike. In the pub, the girls congratulate Sally for standing up to the management. Tim is also proud of her, but warns her she’s wrong about Phelan.
Elsewhere, aware that there’s something up with Liz, Michelle puts pressure on Steve to find out what’s troubling her. Steve promises to have a word. Steve lays the law down to Liz and tells her to find somewhere else to live if she can’t disguise her feelings over the situation with Leanne, as he can’t risk losing Michelle. Liz is stunned.
Also today, having reassured Eileen that she’s doing the right thing with Jason’s money, Phelan is relieved when Eileen promises to transfer the £65,000 today. Todd calls in the cab office and is gutted to hear she’s at the bank transferring Jason’s money. Tim sympathises and reckons Todd’s right not to trust Phelan. Todd tells Eileen she’s mad to invest in Phelan’s project, but is Eileen prepared to listen?