Kevin and Sally arrive at t'Polis station to bring forth charges of an unlawful, albeit consensual, entry of an underage penis into their daughter. Kevin sees actual criminals being hauled in and looks like he's reconsidering.
They sit down with a D.C. who asks them about why they're there. Sally launches into her spiel about how Rosie and Craig are too young, don't know what they want, and it's all very illegal if this woman, who went through police training, knew anything about the law would know very well.
The D.C. informs her that she is aware of the law and says they will look into, including a talk with Craig's grandfather.
Later, the D.C. and her partner, D.C. Tall Guy, appear at Keith's door, informing him that a complaint has been made against Craig by the Websters. Inside, Keith explains it's been tough raising Craig and but informs them that Craig thinks the world of Rosie and given the life he's had, it's not such a bad thing. Just then, Craig and Rosie arrive and soon realise that the cops are there for those two.
As Rosie arrives back home, she's soon followed by Keith who confronts the Websters about their actions. Realising the polis are there, she asks D.C. Cute if she's going to arrest Craig. She tells Sally there is no cause to as both have committed a crime. Sally says Rosie is the victim but the constable counters that she sees no evidence of coercion or abuse and as they are the same age, establishing exploitation is impossible. She tells Sally she will contact the Child Protection Unit to determine if any further action is warranted.
As she leaves, Sally breaks down, "They won't arrest him," she blubbers into Kevin's arms. "We've lost."
David casually informs Gail that he's off to Liverpool to spend a few days with Martin. Gail says it's the first she's heard of it to which. Phil suggests it would be nice to let his mother know these things. David says that just because he sits in Martin's old chair, doesn't make him Martin and he has no right to tell him what to do. With that, the little ray of sunshine known as David Platt storms out.
Gail decides to call Martin to verify this story. She later finds him at the bus stop, and not at school. As it turns out the story was a lie. He asks if she means he can't go. Gail says he can but he shouldn't lie. Phil suggest he apologise to his mother and mean it. David says he isn't allowed to lie and gets on the bus and takes off, leaving Gail in squeaky voiced indignation.
The Other Runaway Dog
Ken is taking Eccles out for a walk, much to Deirdre's surprise. When they arrive at the Red Rec, Ken talks her off the lead, pulls out a ball from his coat, and throws it as far as it can, sending Eccles chasing after. He then puts the lead in his pocket, looks around, and walks off.
Ken, I've defended you in the past. No more. That was a dick move.
At Number 1, Blanche looks out the back window, only to see Schmeichel happily munching away on some old bones. Blanche believes the Great Dane has devoured Eccles. She confronts Les and Cilla, who's wearing GoBetty's sweater, for the murder of her dog.
The Battersby-Browns say it's just chicken bones (which a dog should never eat) and he only scrounges from the best. He's a connor sewer. Les arrives to tell Blanche that he's "lost" Eccles. This doesn't hearten Blanche too much and gives Ken hell, until Deirdre shows up with Eccles in her arms, who then gives Ken a well-deserved bite on the ankle. Eccles, not Deirdre, that is.
In other news
The recently fired Jessie shows up wearing a hideous green jacket with a garish multicolouted tie. Jessie got a job, in two days, with