Please, wake me up when it’s over. Whitney and Lee never got to enjoy a honeymoon period following their marriage because they went straight into the hellymoon period. As the couple prepare to face their first Valentine’s Day (pictured), will they be able to put their differences aside, or is this the beginning of the end (although, in all fairness, their whole courtship and marriage has been the beginning of the end)? While Whitney confides in Lauren, Lee turns to Mick (Lauren and Mick being the Laurel and Hardy of relationship advice) but will there be tears? And in another Valentine’s Day disaster, wait until you see what Ian buys Jane. Shirley and Johnny are preparing for the next themed event at the Vic – Polish Night – and enlist the help of Konrad, the owner of a local store.
Walford residents have been strangely remiss in enlisting their Eastern brethren’s undoubted skills. When Environmental Health turn up after reports of food poisoning, will Polish Night be doomed, or can we expect Poland’s entry to the Eurovision Song Contest to save the day (a girl can dream)?