Paaaam Coker really hasn’t coped well with the death of her nice grandson, Paul. She gives hubby Les even more cause for concern when, over dinner with him and Ben, she blurts out that she wants to visit Paul’s killers.
Pam makes her big announcement when talk gets round to their plea hearing, scheduled for next week. Les gets all masterful and tells his precious ‘Birdy’ that it’s an absolute no, but while she agrees not to entertain the idea ever again, she later admits to Honey that it’s a promise she can’t keep. For her own peace of mind, she needs to talk to the men who put Paul into an early grave.
It’s not that simple, of course. When Pam puts the wheels in motion to make contact with Simon and co, she’s told she can’t see them.
She’s dejected – until Honey comes up with an idea. But Hon’s not the sharpest tool in the box, so will her grand plan end in disaster?
It’s not all doom and gloom for the Cokers, as it seems they may be about to get shot of Babe
from the Square. Mick puts his foot down on Friday and tells the sly trifle-maker that she has until the end of the day to give Les and Pam their cash back – or else he’s reporting her to the Old Bill.
Babe isn’t exactly loaded, having most likely spent the money she extorted from the Cokers on expanding her vast collection of gilets, so she tries to blackmail
Abi into lining her coffers.
As time runs out, will Mick stay true to his word and get
Babe carted off to the nick?
Pam stuns Les and Ben when she says she wants to meet Paul’s killers
Out to lunch? Ben and Les find it hard to digest Pam’s prison visit wish
Honey searches for a better plan