David agrees to go along to a grief counselling session to appease Gail, but he refuses to speak to the counsellor when he gets there.
Later, David notices an update on Macca’s social media page which reveals that The Dog & Gun are having a party for Clayton’s birthday in his absence. An angry David storms down there determined to find Macca, but before he can reach the pub, he’s grabbed by a menacing figure. Who is it?
Meanwhile, Eileen talks through the different flat options with Rita, who is planning on buying one for Jenny. Sally is eaten up with jealousy. Keen to commit to her new role, Eileen resigns from Street Cars, much to Steve and Tim’s horror. But when Vinny later demands to know why Eileen has spent a large sum of money from the business account on porcelain tiles, will Eileen begin to think she’s bitten off more than she can chew?
Elsewhere, Andy shares his latest story with Steph and hopes she’ll sing his praises. But when Steph is horrified by his fictional tastes, Andy is left fuming and feels unsupported.
Also, Michelle tells Steve that her new wedding client is Tommy Orpington, a County football player, and an overexcited Steve lets slip the news to Tim.
Finally, Rita is tempted when Freddie suggests they go along to the closing party together of their old stomping ground, while Leanne reassures Eva that Nick is the father of her baby.