Patrick and Yolande's bright mood is spoiled when they're reminded of Victor's presence upstairs. Yolande wants the two men to sort out their differences. Patrick thinks that it's up to her to deal with Victor. Victor makes an impassioned speech and begs Yolande not to leave him. She's unimpressed when he quotes the Bible, and reminds him of his affairs. Yolande throws him out when he suggests that she's just as bad. Victor's desperate not to lose Yolande. He invents stories about her affairs with young men, but Patrick refuses to believe him. Finally, Victor offers Patrick £10,000 if he'll finish with Yolande.
Dennis and Sharon wonder what their dad's up to. Den remains tight-lipped and says he has business to attend to. Sharon spots Phil meeting a dodgy bloke in the Square. She tries to speak to him but Kate interrupts. Den's examining photos in the club. He tries to hide them when Dennis comes in. Dennis is suspicious, but Den makes a quick getaway. Sharon sees him head round to Phil's house. She's concerned and calls Dennis. Den assures Phil that his team's up to scratch. Phil wants proof. He reminds Den that he's invested twenty grand in this job. He wants to see a return on it. Den takes a briefcase home and hides it under the sofa. Dennis finds the briefcase and picks the lock. Sharon rings to warn him that Den's on his way back, but Dennis ignores his phone. He stares in disbelief at what he finds inside - cash, tools and explosives. Den's furious that Dennis has opened his briefcase. Dennis demands to know what's going on. Den's reluctant to speak, but Dennis won't let up. Den fumes, but knows that he's got to come clean.
Laura cuddles up to Garry. He's alarmed when she describes him as being part of the family. He wriggles away from her, and claims that he's late for work. Laura flatters his sexual prowess and entices him back to bed. Belinda flirts with Garry, convinced that it's all over between him and Lynne. Later, Lynne turns up at the Arches for a quickie! Garry rises to the challenge and they have a romp in the back seat of a car.
Kat urges Alfie to clarify his marital status. He rings his solicitor, but can't find out the truth. There's no reply when he calls his wife Liza, so he decides to pay her a visit. Alfie's mother-in-law says that Liza's on holiday. She invites him in. It's clear that she fancies him! Alfie's horrified - he only wants to know if he's still married. Marlene promises him that he isn't and he scarpers.moreless