Sean is all abuzz with anticipation of going to the Manchester gay pride parade with Marcus, but it quickly comes to naught when Marcus gets a call on his mobile for an interview in London for a botox job in Manchester. Sean pouts for a bit, but quickly recovers, tells Marcus to ring him when he gets to Euston Station and then proceeds to flirt with Tom, the boy who has no wallet, or personality for that matter.
Amber thinks it might be a good idea for her to live on her own in the flat above the shop now that Dev is moving into the dark lair of the one eyed Satan. She thinks it might be helpful for Dev for those times when ‘three might be a crowd’, although she is actually daydreaming about getting jiggy with her new love, David the dastardly. Dev is less than enthralled by her idea.
Dev and Prem go off to some Asian business type meeting and have a drink later at the new flat. Nina pops by for a bit and squeezes in beside Dev on the love seat. Prem continues his odd and awkward way of speaking. Nina gets a phone call from Tara, their troubled daughter. Prem thinks it might be a good idea to call his daughter to offer some fatherly advice, and Nina leans into Dev, shows him a brochure (from a hotel?), and tells him that he should book the suite in the picture, so they can get jiggy in style.
Tyrone and Molly return from their misadventures with Jackie, and Molly is clearly quite upset, breaking into tears as Aunt Pam comforts her. Later as Pam is hanging laundry in the back garden Jackie comes through the back gate. The two harridans go at each other hammer and tong before Jack comes through the gate and breaks it up. He tells Jackie to get lost and not to come back anytime soon, and then agrees with Pam that they shouldn’t tell Ty and Molly that Jackie had been there.
Jack and Ty share a can of lager later. Jack offers to stay home from his trip to Blackpool, and to again offer any needed money for the wedding, because Vera would never forgive him if he didn’t.
Mel is back from her vacation to Greece looking tanned and healthy, unlike Jerry, who is looking grey and rather unhealthy. The usual scrapping takes place between Mel and Teresa as daughter tells mother that she can get lost now that she has returned and can take care of her dad. Teresa pleads for a few more weeks to scrape together some cash for the deposit on the flat (from where I have no idea) but it seems that today is the day she has to move out. Jerry is going to go the cash point to get some cash for the deposit, and Teresa tells him that she will make him one last dish, an apple pie with custard, so she can overdose him with medication one last time.
When the cab arrives Darryl, Finlay and Kayleigh seem sad to see their mother go. Mel, not so much. Teresa shows up at her new flat and tells Mally that she is sorry, but she can’t move in, because Jerry is too ill to manage on his own. She then bribes Mally to say that it was beacuse the ‘electrics’ are gone that she can’t move in. Teresa then shows up back at Jerry’s house, who admits that he feels bloody lousy, and it’s good to have her back. Little does he know…