‘Ah, this place never changes,’ said Ken, arriving back. Deirdre certainly had. She e ran to greet him, screeching like a One Direction fanatic, which was something of a change from last year, when she’d choose a night with her prized stuffed marrow over Ken.
Next week, Ken tries to prepare Peter for his hearing, but is frustrated by his son’s nonchalance. Peter later visits Jim to get more alcohol, and Jim reminds him he must fight for the sake of his son (above right). Quite how Jim has managed to set up Weatherfield Wines & Spirits, courtesy of Her Majesty’s Prison Service, is anybody’s guess, but he offers Peter more alcohol in return for... wait for it... biscuits. Oh, Jim, what’s happened to you, man? That just takes the... well, the biscuit, so it does. If you had one.
Meanwhile, Gail’s luck with men continues when Michael runs over her foot. ‘We asked a hundred people how often their hi partner had hd run over their hi foot, f and d our survey said...’ Ah, just you, Les Dennis, aka Michael. Later, Gail tells the family that she and Michael are an item, but will they toe the line and give their blessing? Gail is going to need all the toes she can get in that relationship.
Also, after spending the week trying to propose to Beth, Kirk comes up with a masterplan. You can see where that one’s going.