UK Time – Wednesday October 17th 2008
Its the morning after the wedding dress disaster. Jason is at his mother’s he couldn’t stay at Gail’s. Bill comes by to learn that Sarah’s melt down prevented Jason from returning to his proper stag do.
In the street, Gail and Sarah run into Jason and tell him they are so pleased that Todd is in town. At the yard Jason and David also have a conversation about how happy he is to see Todd. Although, I’m not too sure what they said because praise be to Jason Grimshaw in a white tank top in a builder’s yard.
Todd strolls up – I think – and has some exchange with David, I’m guessing. They all started to sound like Charlie Brown’s teacher, if I’m honest.
However, I did perk up enough to see Todd tell Sarah some home truths. He basically called her a spoiled cow and she reminded the viewers why she is behaving like a psycho. Then they started laughing and went shopping together. Later David fumes when he sees that Todd, Jason, Sarah and Eileen are all happy families heading to the pub.
Maria is smarting from being stood up. I know that feeling, girl. Little does she know that Liam has been stitched up. He’s at the factory searching for his cell when Rosie hands it to him as if it was just under a binder. Liam says, “Oh I could kiss you.” Rosie is into it but Liam clearly wasn’t serious and now feels funny on the inside.
In the street, Liam runs into Maria and they sort out what happened the night before. Liam has figured it out now.
Later at the end of the work day and Liam pulls Rosie into his office and basically sings “Don’t Stand So Close to Me” but not in an ironic way. He has no desire to go all Martin Platt on the cobbles. Here’s a home truth, Liam doesn’t date teenage girls no matter how big their crushes are. Rosie, with a face like a smacked backside, heads home in tears. Thankfully they just live across the street.
Guess who’s home! It’s Kevin and he still smells like booze. He has left Jerry in Milan as he has been arrested for dancing naked in the town fountain. Real mature, Jerry. Jody is about as pleased as she is interesting.
Moreover, there are problems with the equipment at the kebab shop. If I were Jody, I’d tell Jerry where he could put his kebabs. Here’s a home truth: Jerry’s an idiot and Jody needs to move.
Later, we learn that Jerry’s charge will be commuted to a fine.
In Other News
Rosie has decided to go back to Oakhill – I wonder why?
Maria tells Kirk to get his act together. It has no effect.