On the Street, Sarah tells Jason he'll get the hang of plastering soon. They're interrupted by Bill Webster, who comments on the amount of plasterboard in the old bakery. Jason says the whole place needs doing and Bill tells Sarah she should hang on to Jason – as plastering is a skilled job and anyone who can do it will never be short of a bob or two. He walks on, leaving Jason even less sure of his ability to do the job. Later on, Eileen leaves little Holly with Jason at the old bakery and is screaming her head off. Jason shakes the pram and sings Is This The Way to Amarillo. He is interrupted by Jodie, who is worried he's not going to be able to finish the refurbishment in time. She takes over checking on the baby and tells him Holly needs changing. "I'll be back tomorrow and I want all this plastering finished." And she doesn't want to see the baby. What about Jamie as a babysitter?
Cilla receives a letter through the post at breakfast. Chesney’s headmaster wants to speak with her. In the office, Cilla points out that Chesney is living with his sister. Mr. Griffin says it's not just Chesney's behaviour that worries him, but his emotional state. He's unpredictable and angry. She clarifies that she is in the clear health wise, but he is still concerned about Chesney. He says he's been teaching for nearly 20 years but he's never seen a child hit quite as hard. Les arrives home to Cillas chopping up furniture in the yard. Cilla says she wants to make the place somewhere Chesney will want to come back to. Les asks her to come to the Rovers to tell him all about it. Later, in the Rovers where Les is angry that the headmaster tried to make Cilla feel guilty. "Do you want me to go up there and sort him out?" But it seems Cilla has finally realized what she's done to Chesney without even realizing it.
Becky sees Hayley and rushes out to talk to her, trying to apologize. Hayley tells her there are some things that can't be repaired. She says she “stuck her neck out” for Becky when others told her not too, and Becky still chose to make a fool of her. "I can't forgive that." Becky begs for one more chance, but Hayley says, everybody's got a line, even me. And you've just crossed it."
In the Rovers, Steve complains about the crisp sales being down. He tells Liz the problem is that their customers just want the normal salt and vinegar, cheese and onion. "None of this hand-cut, hickory-smoked, char-grilled ostrich and mango in a poncy little bag." (Can someone tell me what is going on with Liz’s hair?) It's clear he's dwelling on the fact that he's just a cheese-and-onion kind of guy, as opposed to the flashy Sonny. Michelle comes into the pub in waving her new watch – 17 diamonds round the face and accurate to within five seconds a month. Liz asks if it is water resistant. She tells her, it is. "Oh, good, 'cause that'll come in handy if it falls off and lands in the drip tray." Michelle goes out to back to put the watch in a safe place, Liz tells Steve that if all Michelle is interested in is fancy watches and baubles, she'll always be chasing the likes of Sonny. He shouldn't try to compete. There are plenty of really lovely girls out there who love salt and vinegar. Awww.
Sonny walks in the Rovers and asks for a drink and is about to pay with a fifty pound note. He tells Michelle to refuse the note. Sonny offers to buy a mineral water. "It's not the 50’s that are fake – it's usually the guys that are waving them around," he jabs. Later, Michelle finds Steve standing behind the Rovers. She yells at him for insulting Sonny in front of the whole pub. "He was trying to buy a water with a £50 note!" Steve shouts at her. "Holding it up like it was the flipping FA Cup!" "Why are you being so vile?" Michelle asks him. "Do you still fancy me or something?" Steve laughs. "It's got 17 diamonds round the face," "His company's worth £4 million. He's got a swimming pool . . . you know, listening to you has made me realize just how superficial and flipping money-mad you really are!" Steve tries to apologize, but Michelle thanks him. She says, she chose the right man for once.
Sean walks up to the bar and sees Sonny and says, "Sundip? What are you doing here?" he asks. Sonny tries to leave, but Michelle sees him and introduces Sonny to Sean. "Well, is he what you expected?" she asks. "Not exactly, no," a flabbergasted Sean replies. Michelle goes to get Sonny a drink, Sean says: "Well, well, well. I think you and me need to have a catch-up, Sonny."
Song playing the Rovers: By the gorgeous/stunning Paolo Nutini – Last Request