Struggling with Sinead’s revelation that she has not been having chemo, how will Daniel react when he learns that Ken has been funding her alternative treatment? From where does Ken get this endless supply of money by the way? And why hasn’t he used some of it to get a decent lock fitted on the front door?
Beth comes up with a plan to raise the thousands needed for a cancer clinic in Ger- many. The idea is that Chesney steals Dev’s takings and then gets ‘mugged’ by Kirk (pictured). What could possibly go wrong? Well, the first problem is the idea that Dev’s till would contain anything more than a tenner (and that’s on a good day when he manages to sell a bottle of his overpriced £8.99 shiraz). Here’s another thing. Why is the same balaclava used for every criminal operation in the Street? Do they ever wash it? And why has no one realised that the idea of a disguise is that you don’t reveal the most identifiable parts of your face? In that headgear, I could pick Kirk out of a line-up if I was blindfolded. It will come back to haunt him when – after being given the money, Sinead spots the balaclava on the table. When Sinead returns the money, will a suspicious Dev discover the truth about how she came by it?
Kate is still banging on about babies and has embroiled Robert in her plans. How hard can this be? Most women get pregnant in soapland merely by glancing at a guy.