Bill’s big bang

Dol­lar Bill’s plan to blow up the Spec­tra Fash­ions of­fice could be the big­gest mis­take of his ruth­less life.

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Busi­ness­man Bill Spencer (Don Di­a­mont) has reached the end of this tether with Spec­tra Fash­ions – he is get­ting their build­ing come hell or high wa­ter. “He has done every­thing to get rid of them, in­clud­ing try­ing to burn down the place,” says Don. But his at­tacks have only made Team Spec­tra and his own son Liam (Scott Clifton) more de­ter­mined to stop Bill from erect­ing a skyscraper in its place. Liam and Sally (Court­ney Hope) planned a se­cret silent sit-in protest from Fri­day 30 Novem­ber, which Scott says should stop Bill from blow­ing up the build­ing: “Liam cer­tainly doesn’t think that Bill would com­mit mur­der to get a piece of ground, but he’s wrong!” Bill gets the thumbs up from his de­mo­li­tion crew on Thurs­day 13 De­cem­ber and pushes that big red but­ton, laugh­ing to him­self as the build­ing crum­bles: “And just like that, Sky is born!”


Bill’s smile dis­ap­pears that same day when his lawyer hench­man Justin (Aaron D Spears) fran­ti­cally calls him to tell him that Liam and Sally are still in­side. “The sit­u­a­tion is now deadly se­ri­ous for Bill as he re­alises what he has done,” ex­plains Don. And pos­si­bly killing his son doesn’t just af­fect Bill – Liam’s pan­ick­ing wife

St­effy (Jacque­line MacInnes Wood) rushes to the scene on Fri­day 14 De­cem­ber. “She is be­side her­self, think­ing that her fa­ther-in-law has killed her hus­band,” says Jacque­line. Bill tries to calm St­effy as they watch the res­cue team, but it’s clear on Bill’s face: he gone too far.


Pro­tected by a crum­bling con­crete slab, Sally uses what’s meant to be their last min­utes to­gether on Fri­day 14 De­cem­ber to tell Liam that she loves him and they kiss. Sec­onds later they’re pulled to safety by the res­cue team, but Bill may not want to stick around – Liam lashes out at his dad from his hos­pi­tal bed on Tues­day 18 De­cem­ber, shout­ing “Get out! I don’t want to know you!”

Bill is told that he may have just killed his son.

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