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Leanne fears that Kal’s fam­ily view her as ‘a heart­less tart who left a brain-dam­aged hus­band’. Surely not. A more ac­cu­rate de­scrip­tion would be ‘a heart­less, un­faith­ful, ar­son­ist, ly­ing tart, who left a brain­less hus­band’. She be­comes con­vinced Nick’s been fak­ing his seizures and storms the Bistro, smash­ing bot­tles and de­mand­ing the truth (below). Will Nick come clean, or will he con­tinue frown­ing un­til his eye­brows reach the tip of his nose? Leanne also has prob­lems with Peter, when she no­tices he’s been drink­ing be­fore Si­mon’s visit. Jim prom­ises to get Peter more booze, so he does, pro­vided Peter can per­suade Steve to visit him. I tell you, Jim’s cell all but has McDon­ald’s Ir­ish Bar hung on the lock; given the priv­i­leges he’s be­ing granted, ex­pect to see the Ir­ish Derby be­ing run from the place next year. Pre Pre­pare to be un­der­whelmed by more An Andrea/Lloyd stuff, when Neil (who I rath rather like) makes a sur­prise re­turn. He’s pas passed up a job in order to try to win An Andrea back, and the pair rem­i­nisce ab about hap­pier times. Quite frankly, the tho thought of run­ning over hot coals bare­foot str strikes me as prefer­able to spend­ing tim time with Lloyd, so I wish Neil the best of luck. Later, he ups his nui­sance campa paign, and Steve and Lloyd get their own ba back by send­ing a chil­dren’s clown to Ne Neil’s door. As if this pair weren’t clown en enough for one week.

LOST IN TRANS­LA­TION Re­mem­ber these plots that had us hooked?

While Wool­pack land­lady Diane pre­pares for her wed­ding to Jack Sug­den (above) – her sec­ond, af­ter a failed mar­riage to cheat­ing Rod­ney Blackstock – she’s hor­ri­fied to dis­cover she has can­cer, and hides it from Jack as she’s ter­ri­fied of his re­ac­tion.

Kevin Web­ster pro­poses to girl­friend Ali­son Wake­field to stop her leav­ing him. And Ali­son – who thought that Kevin would al­ways put Sally, his ex-wife and mother of his two daugh­ters, first – ac­cepts. But, of course, it didn’t end hap­pily ever af­ter.

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