Violet and Eileen are exhausted after taking care of Holly most of the night but when asked to make a cup of tea, Jason claims he is more tired than either of them. Eileen informs him she finds this rather doubtful seeing as he slept all night like the dead. Jason is miffed to come down from his shower and find his mother has gone to work, apparently suddenly called in by Steve on her day off. Violet hands him a note telling him that Holly needs to be taken to for a check up at the medical centre later on that day. He begs Violet to look after the baby for him but she tells him, she has made feeds, but she has to go to work. Eileen arrives at StreetCars and tells Steve has just had to go to the shops. Jason comes in later in search of her and says he wants to leave Holly at the office. Steve protests and tells him it is not a crèche.
Gutted Jason goes to the old bakery and runs into Jody who complains about the baby, workmanship, state of the economy, global warming… no really, says that if things don’t improve with the job he is fired. And wouldn’t you know it, Jason has to take Holly to the doctor, where at the medical centre the room is filled with mums and their babies and he looks terrified. After a hard days work, Jason is back at Number 13 with Holly beside him. He wakes from his slumber and warily gets to his feet and is about to go the kitchen when he suddenly realizes that Holly has disappeared. He rushes into the kitchen and finds the back door open. He rushes into the back yard shouting, 'Holly!'.
At StreetCars, Lloyd smiles and knows something is up as Steve has the same clothes on for the second day. Lloyd eggs him on and wants to know who the lady the night before was. He guesses, Violetolet, Sean…Steve gives in and admits it was Tracey. Lloyd gasps, 'Tracy? Tracy as in Tracy 'I Kill My Boyfriends' Barlow?' Steve replies, 'Yes, alright. It was a one off. Lloyd teases Steve, 'You know, this Tracy thing could be a win win situation. You can't have Michelle, Tracy's a fit looking bird, you get all the action you want and when you've had enough you don't have to chuck her, you just wait for her to get sent down. It's sort of a natural breaking point.' Steve says, 'Now is a natural breaking point.' What a gem Lloyd is.
At the breakfast table, Deirdre asks Blanche, 'Did you say yes to any more tea?' Blanche replies, 'What's that? Any more Steve?' Oh, I love Blanche. Tracey eyes her Gran, 'Not much gets past you, does it?' Deirdre asks if she is missing something and Tracy informs her, 'I'm not ashamed. Steve stayed over last night. Deirdre’s eyes pop out in their usual fashion. Later on the street, Deirdre sees Liz and informs her of last night’s goings on and tells her to hint to Steve maybe he would like to stay away, until everything settles down with Tracey, Liz concurs it would be best for everyone.
At the Rovers, Michelle and Liz are chatting at the bar when she starts talking about Steve and his evening. Michelle looks annoyed and asks if Tracey and Steve are getting back together. Michelle spots Steve and asks, 'On your own?' He replies yes and she smirks, 'Oh your mum 'will' pleased,' and walks off leaving him mystified. Michelle has another snipe at Steve and he asks Violet what's the matter with her. She replies, 'I don't know, she was fine earlier but she's in a right mood now. I wouldn't mind but I've kept a smile on my face even though I was up all night.' Michelle returns with his drink and asks Violet what she was saying. Violet tells her she was up all night. Michelle snipes again, 'Oh you're in good company then. So was Steve, rekindling his vows with his daughter's mother.' Steve replies, 'Me and Tracy haven't 'got' any vows. You seem rather interested in my sex life all of a sudden.' She retorts, 'I just question your taste, that's all.' Steve, realizing that she is jealous, smiles back, 'Are you sure that's all?' but she walks off with her nose in the air. Could these two just get together, already?
Fiz is busy enthusing to Joanne how she is going to cook Chesney a nice tea and then they can plan what activities they can do together that week. Joanne asks, 'Do you think he'll still be hungry after eating all them?' Fiz sees Chesney stuffing his face into a bag of chips in front of the shop. Cilla comes out of the chip shop him, 'Chez, you forgot your sausage.' He tells Fiz that they can have tea together tomorrow and goes back to his to his mother who smarms, 'I finish at three. Why don't you come round and have a bit of a slob out in front of the telly? I'll let you have the remote and I'll bring home the batter scraps.' Chesney smiles.
Song at the Rovers: The Kooks: Ooh, La, La - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uwrq2o6Woiw