Sean is anxious on the day of his Aunt Betty’s funeral. Not only does he have the funeral to get through but also he is anxious about meeting up with his dad Brian again after nearly twenty years apart. Lending their moral support, Violet and Jamie attend the funeral with Sean and are there to witness his disappointment when his father fails to show up at the church. With the funeral over, the group head off to Roy’s Rolls and Sean cannot understand his dad’s no–show. Determined to make contact again, Sean decides to confront his father at home. Will Sean be plucky enough to ring the door bell once he arrives at Brian’s house? Over at Underworld, the girls are gossiping about Leanne and Danny’s shock engagement. The news of their union is not the only shock in store for the factory girls when Danny leaves his fiancée in charge of hiring a new machinist and Leanne wastes no time in putting family first and promptly gives Janice her job back. How will Danny and the Underworld employees react to Janice’s reinstatement? Meanwhile, the net is beginning to close in on Ronnie. Streetcars are sent a speeding ticket for the cab that Ronnie was driving when she killed the pedestrian. Fearing the police are closing in on her the, Steve’s scared girlfriend initially keeps quiet but later admits it was her driving the cab at the time. Wanting to distance herself from the accident, a cunning Ronnie asks Steve to say he was driving, saying that she already has six points on her licence and does not want to risk a driving ban. Will Steve take the rap for Ronnie and therefore implicate himself in the hit and run incident? Also, Shelley gets chatted up in the bar and Amber finally gets her wish when she moves in with Dev.
Writer: Catherine Hayes