A nervous Roy peers into the new eating establishment on the Street looking worried. Jerry sees Roy and invites him in to have a kebab and a flute of champagne. Roy hesitantly takes the kebab and promptly tells Jerry he does not drink. Jerry’s response?, “I don’t trust a man that doesn’t drink”
Leanne is the new Kirstie Allsopp and tells Janice she is going into town to work at a property exhibition in a posh hotel. She gets ready and puts on her best and is on her way to work to convince loaded Mancunians to purchase in Spain/Portugal/Ibiza. Later, Janice is with Fiz in the flat where she tells her how proud she is of her daughter’s new found success. Fiz convinces Janice she should surprise Leanne and see her at the hotel. Janice gives Leanne a ring where the call is directed to at phone hidden in the depths of their settee (I just love saying that word). It turns out Leanne has two phones, one for her work and one for her personal life. Impressive.
Leanne is at the hotel and seems to know the concierge by name but calls herself, “Rachel”. He tells her a gentleman is wearing a white shirt and black jacket is in the lounge. She meets him with a kiss and have a drink. The older man acting nervous mentions heading up…
Janice is dressed to the nines and makes her way to the bus stop where she is stopped by Les who tells her she is looking like a hottie. Janice tells Les where she is headed and Les is convinced she needs a ride in style. He mentions to hop in the front with him, but Janice is having none of it and accepts Les’ offer and rides in the back.
The proud parents arrive at the canal side hotel beaming from ear to ear, when Les is called away on a job and cannot see Leanne. Janice decides to head in herself where she goes directly to the concierge. She asks him where the property development exhibition is taking place and he tells her he doesn’t know of one taking place in the hotel but calls the front desk to ask.
Janice sees Leanne and the man heading up the elevator, just as they are going in, she gives the man a kiss on the side of his face. Janice looks in disbelief.