Gail sees Eileen and Jason just coming out of their house across the street, and glares. Eileen remarks to her son that Gail looks about as pleased as she is. Jason tells her that it is only the movies and he's got loads of work to do yet. Just then an excited Claire comes running up. She's elated to tell Eileen that she can be Freddie's godmother after all, the vicar has agreed to baptize her beforehand. Eileen looks less than thrilled by this news, and says that it would be wonderful, but “She doesn't know the first thing about God”. Claire says excitedly that it's not a problem, the vicar has agreed to give her all the religious instruction she needs! You can tell that Eileen is ecstatic at the prospect.
Les asks Fizz in the café if she thinks Cilla's having an affair. Fizz says she is not sure, but Cilla has got form. She also says that there might be a perfectly innocent explanation, but Les thinks that “there's no smoke without 'a flamin' bonfire!'
All the talk is about the darts match that's coming up that evening, where the workers are playing for the prize of a Christmas party. Liam tells them that the team consists of himself, Danny, his brother and their sister Michelle. When Janice gripes that she is nothing to do with Underworld he tells her that she's family and that makes her almost management, and anyway, without her there would be no team and no teams means no match and no match means no Christmas party. Janice then agrees that Michelle can play at the match.
As Danny walks into the factory, Janice stops him and asks if their Christmas meal will include drinks. Danny is blank, so Joanne tells him about their staff meal if they win the darts match. Danny still looks blank so Hayley suggests he asks Mr. Connor. Danny goes into the office and tells Liam that he thought he made it clear that they were not shelling out for a staff dinner. Liam says they're not, because they won't win. He and his brother and sister have all been playing since they were children and that Paul is County standard. Danny thinks that if the management win they ought to get something – that would make it much more appealing.
In the pub, the girls ask Michelle, “ What's in it for her”. Michelle doesn't have a clue what they're talking about, so they explain about the darts tournament. They tell her that Liam has said she's playing that night, and she is quite resentful about the fact that he hasn't asked her first. Steve is listening to all this, and says that she should save herself the humiliation. "Humiliation?" asks Michelle, and he goes on to explain that she's not exactly the darts type. "Whereas Fizz and Janice…." He begins, and then notices them glaring at him. Vernon comes along at this point. "What my friend is saying Michelle," he tells her, "is it's not your game, it's highly technical. It's all in the wrist." Looking aggravated, she tells him he must be an expert then. She then tells the girls that, thanks to Steve and Vernon, she is going to play – and she's going to win!
Danny is in the cafe, talking to Frankie about Warren. He asks if she'll come to the darts match, but she says she'll give it a miss.
Hayley comes in and asks Vera where Becky is, and is told she's out the back getting her coat. "Best place for her," says Vera, "Fingers like fly-paper, that one." She then tells Hayley about Becky's “friend” who had a full breakfast and three coffees and never paid. Vera tells Hayley that she thinks Becky is taking her and Roy for “Right mugs”.
In the pub, it all rests on Paul's final score. He seems to be doing very well with his first two darts, but the last dart, that would win the match for them, hits the board and falls out on the floor. Janice takes her turn and scores just what is needed – the workers have won. Hurrah! Danny gets his coat and leaves, as Liam asks his brother how he could possibly have missed. "Who says I missed?" says Paul, and tells him it's the best way to raise staff morale. "What's a few quid for a meal?" he asks him, and then says, "Anyway, it was worth it, just to see the look on Baldwin's face!" And it was classic.
Jason and Sarah come back from their film, which wasn't very good. Jason says that next time he'll pick the film. "Who says there'll be a next time?" asks Sarah and warns him not to take her for granted. Jason walks her home and gives him a quick kiss goodnight and goes inside.
Les is outside the chip shop, waiting for Cilla to finish, looking worried. Yana is locking up the shop when Les pushes his way in. "Where's Cilla!" he demands to know, saying he's been watching the place for half an hour and not seen hide nor hair of her. Yana starts to explain that she's out the back cleaning down the preparation area, when Cilla comes in from the back. She is furious and pushes him out, locking the door behind him and telling him that she and Yana are off out. "I shouldn't wait up!" she snaps. (Side note: Yana’s hair reminds me of Bubble on Ab Fab)
Danny looking quite dapper, arrives home with some take-out. "Frankie!" he calls, getting plates out of the cupboard. He walks into the bedroom where he stops short. There are Frankie and Jamie in bed, looking guilty. Bewildered, he turns and walks out again. They follow him out, wrapping clothes around themselves. "We were going to tell you," Jamie starts to say. "Well go on then," says Danny, "Tell me what that was, 'cos it ain't what it looked like, it can't possibly be, can it?" There's a pause. "Tell us!" he screams. Jamie mutters, "We love each other…." "No!" Danny shouts, "you don't tell me that, you don't ever tell me that, boy, or I swear I'll kill you!" He tells him to get out, but when he goes to take Frankie with him, Danny lunges forward, as if to hit him. Frankie leaps between them, "Don't touch him, please!" she cries. "That's funny, innit," says Danny, quietly, "you sounded just like his mum then." He tells them to get out of his sight, and then stands looking totally stunned.