For some strange reason John is moving into the flat with Fizz and Maria. I think people at a certain age should not want/have roommates. Maria says she doesn’t mind him moving in, but the flat seems small for the three of them. Although Fizz thinks he will change is mind about everything.
Later on Sally sees them both unloading items to the flat and says in a slightly smug voice to Fizz, “I hope it works out for you” Meanwhile you know she is thinking, “I hate you, I wish it were me”.
Kev arrives home to tell the family he had seen John moving in with Fizz. Sally says she saw them earlier. The look on Rosie’s face is priceless, she is confused, upset and puzzled why she wasn’t let in on the news. She goes into the kitchen and starts texting. I wonder who??
John gets the text and makes an excuse to meet Rosie and skips out on his sarnie.
In the back alley John meets Rosie – he can only stay a minute. John has finally sees the light and tells Rosie it is over. Rosie is dismayed and he explains that he is in a position of authority and it would be wrong. Gee, really?
Jerry Morton asks Jodie if she is feeling okay, after being dumped by Lloyd. Hint: no one likes being dumped… Jerry later sees Lloyd outside and tries to convince Lloyd that he should go out with Jodie again. Considering he is at fault for most of it, he better get talking. But Lloyd points out that she seems to have a lot of family commitments. Jelly says that she is a popular girl. Lloyd can hardly believe his ears and shakes his head.
Lloyd sees Jodie in the street and mentions the conversation with her dad. And says she had nothing to do with it. Who would admit that?
Jerry arrives at the shop and Jodie delivers her decision. She is going to live in London with a friend. Meaning: right NOW. She wants a life without being interfered by him or anyone else – and be in control. She literally packs her bag and she is off to London. The Morton family are at the bus stop to see off Jodie. Could they not drop her off at the bus station?
MICHELLE AND STEVE
Liz and Vern come back from their trip – looking like prison escapees or Marcel Marceau. Steve offers to get the bags and takes them in the back room. Where they meet Ozzy and discover that Ryan and Michelle have moved in. They later discuss the housing arrangements and are convinced that Michelle will want to move out sooner than later.
In Other News:
Carla’s Scottish hottie proposes to launch a new high-scale lingerie line.
Sean is going to meet Marcus’ family.
Episode 2 – High School Confidential
Jason and Sarah are talking in the café and she complains that he is not pulling his weight in terms of taking care of Bethany. What – who let her out of the cage? Sarah gets frustrated and leaves the café.
Jason starts to chat with Becky. He said that Charlie’s view was that men and women shouldn’t live together. Becky asked him if he agreed with that. Jason quickly said that he was just saying what he thought. Yeah – and look where he ended up…She goes on that men just want to hang out with other men, drink beer and pull women.
In the salon, Audrey finds Sarah crying. Asking her what was wrong, it seemed that the strain of her working at two jobs and lack of support from Jason was getting to her.
Later in the pub Audrey tries to relieve the situation by giving money to Jason so he can take it out on the town. He tries to refuse the money, but she insists.
It is Rosie’s first day back to her non-private high school. Rosie comes down the stairs dressed in what looks like a French maid’s outfit. Sally describes it as Paris Hilton (Too much clothing for Paris). Sophie makes the funniest comment by saying Paris is skinnier. LOL. Sally thought she would have to scrape the boys (meaning John) up off the floor. Rosie is adamant this is what she is wearing.
Rosie comes in late to class and blames the traffic. John introduces her to the class and says she will be joining from today. John asks her if she has a copy of The Tempest. Rosie replies she doesn’t, and thrusting her chest forward and leaning towards him asks if that is the one about the storm. (Lord, roll eyes here)
Rosie and Leigh (the class cutie) offers to share a book with her. She rubs her legs up and down for the benefit of John and Leigh. What a minx!
Obviously Rosie did not get the message and is determined to get his attention. School is out for the day and Tina starts calling Rosie a tart. I guess she calls it like she sees it. Rosie calls her small minded and flat-chested. The cat fight starts. I hate using that term, but it really is. John runs out and starts to cheer and brings out the camcorder (just joking) – he breaks them up and tells them to go and see the headmaster.
At the factory, Carla said she was going off to a “meeting” and would leave Vickki in charge. Sally blurts out that Vikki has only been working there two minutes and hardly speaks the language. Sally then gets a call on her phone from John. She seems quite pleased until she realizes that he is ringing her about Rosie.
After seeing the headmaster Rosie goes back into John’s classroom and he asks what the headmaster said. He just said not to do it again. Rosie leans over on the desk and asks, “Are you not going to punish me, then”.
Sally is at the high school and gets to the classroom door but suddenly stops and pauses. She gives herself a quick makeover with her compact.
On the desk, Rosie calls John sexy – and leans in just about to kiss him.
At that moment, Sally reaches for the door.
In Other News:
Kayleigh’s gym clothes are dirty – fixed with air freshener by Jerry.
Violet forgives Sean for finding out the baby’s sex.
John likes reality t.v. – Sally doesn’t believe a word.
There is nothing wrong with being flat-chested! (Ahem, Kate Moss)
Audrey to Jason – “There is a lot more going on in that head of yours than people give you credit for”