Just the job?
Doesn’t he scrub up well? Now that Briggs & Grandson is no more, former fish-seller Lee is in need of a new job, and this week he has an interview. We’ve not been told what it’s for, but if it means he doesn’t come home smelling of haddock, that must be a bonus for his fiancée, Whitney. Meanwhile, as Lee braces himself for his big opportunity, Whit prepares for her hen night. When the evening begins, she can’t help feeling disappointed. It appears that a quiet, low-key
(ie boring) get-together has been arranged, when she’d been hoping for something with a bit more pizzazz. Could this be an omen for her life as Mrs Carter?
Will Paul’s loved ones see the hate crime punished?