The best birthday song ever.
Sally and Ken are putting up banners and balloons for Sophie’s 13th birthday. Thank heavens someone is recognizing her, for once. Sally mentions that at 13 she was only interested in magic tricks. Boooring…
Gail reminds them that Sarah was pregnant at that age. Ouch.
Sophie is opening her presents when Rosie sees her gorgeous John leaving the Kabin. Apparently there is a coffee emergency at the household. Rosie asks John what he is doing – and has ideas how they could spend their time together. (wink, wink, gross) Rosie cries a sickie and ditches her sister’s birthday and bowling to spend it with the wannabee prof, as I like to call him.
Hold your stomachs please. Prepare yourself.
Rosie and John are in the front room. Rosie has only her bra on – and John has his shirt and trousers undone when the doorbell rings. The hurry and try to get their clothes on. Rosie pretends that Fiz is at the front door, but really it is some kids. Of course John is ready to have a heart attack. John wants to leave but Rosie undoes her top and claims they don’t get enough time together – so John stays.
A car pulls up the driveway and once again they throw on their clothes. The family along with Chesney, arrive back at the house and John makes some pathetic excuse for being there. He suggests to Sally an extra lesson for the upcoming Monday evening. Rosie smiles when John says that he enjoys the lessons every bit as much as Sally does. I feel sick.
At the Platt household, Gail comes downstairs to see how David is doing on the couch. Gail asks David if would like to see a counsellor, I’m sorry – she needs to ask? He says he is not sure and that he will think about it. Sarah sighs and says she is the one who needs some counselling. David says sorry for ruining the honeymoon – Sarah gets upset (understandably so) and runs upstairs. David tries to go upstairs to “console” her. Sarah won’t have any of it.
Later at the cafe, Sarah is ranting at Jason over the unfairness of David getting his room back. Apparently, the two of them can’t move out as Jason doesn’t have any money coming in. Sarah loses it snaps at Jason and then stomps out. She goes to the cab office and asks Eileen if she can move in with her – and the rest of the crew at her house. Eileen tells her it is already too crowded and Sarah leaves frustrated. I don’t blame her!
Jason comes back to his home at the Platts. Sarah and Jason start a new fight as a married couple. Awww, how sweet. She is upset that he has been out having a drink with Todd. Jason is upset that Sarah went behind his back about moving out. David tries to tell them that he does not want them to go. Sarah points out that David is just winding them up. Can’t we just all get along?
Jason leaves the house and says a touching good-bye to Todd – who heads back to London. We’ll miss you, Todd!
In other news:
Liam is already trying to get Ryan to dogsit Ozzy
Father Morton comes back home, no one really cares, they prepare for bonfire night.
Who/What is Guy Fawkes: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guy_Fawkes_Night
Question of the Day: What were you into – when you turned thirteen?
My answer: wearing black, Robert Smith hair, the Smiths (wait that is still the same…)