Charlie spends the night at the Rovers. Bet makes sure Raquel realises that he stayed in Vicky's room. Sally is upset that she won't see Jonathan again. Kevin is adamant he's going to return Joe's £800. Alma is horrified when Sally tells her how Kevin thumped Joe for paying the fine. Alma confesses to paying the fine and then is forced to tell Mike. He thinks she's barmy. Kevin is amazed that Alma paid the money but tells Sally he's glad that she thought it was Joe otherwise he wouldn't have found out what was going on. Reg and Maureen tell Maud about their plans. She tells them that they'll soon be sick of the sight of each other but wishes them well. Alma refuses to let Kevin pay her the money back but Mike tells him that they'll come to an arrangement. Alma is amazed when Mike tells her that he'd like to pay Kevin's fine but they have no money
Writer: |Peter Whalley|
Bet tells the Rovers' staff that Charlie is working away in Hamburg. She can't face the public, fearing they'll all have guessed. She tells Raquel how Tanya got back at her by stealing her man. She feels humiliated and Raquel tries to comfort her. Mike offers Kevin work chauffeuring. Band manager Marcus Saunders gives Steve a huge order to make merchandise for a UK tour. Steve bluffs his way through the deal, saying he can handle it. Don tells Gail he'll tell Nicky he's working nights and then he'll have to return home. To bring Bet out of herself, Raquel suggests a tips contest. Jack joins them. Steve works out he needs £20,000 to clinch the deal. Don tells Nicky he'll have to go home as he's working nights. The barstaff rush around trying to please the customers for tips. Roger Crompton has tea with the Wiltons and feels for Mavis, married to insensitive Derek. Raquel and Bet draw equal in the tips contest. After hours they spend the winnings on cocktails. Raquel smokes to practice for modeling and gives Bet tips on walking gracefully. She shows Bet her way of keeping hated people's names in the knife drawer and Bet writes out a whole list to put in the drawer.