Deirdre finds Ken going through some of Blanche’s things and accuses him of wanting to toss all her things. Ken counters that he too is affected by Blanche’s passing. Eventually they take everything into the dining room and go through it as they make up and start writing Deirdre’s speech for the eugoogoly.
But the big shocker is the action switches to HRM Prison for Wayward Womenfolk What Killed Their Boyfriends where we see Tracy Barlow, pleading with the warden to give her a day pass to go to her grandmother’s funeral. He agrees but tells her to be on her best behaviour.
Prison has been kind to Tracy. Her accent is even more upper class than before. Seriously, she doesn’t even TRY to talk like she’s from Manchester.
And you can tell by the way the light hits her eyes that her best behaviour will not be happening at the funeral.
Well, Becky’s gone and bit the head off someone who may have looked at her the wrong wya again, leaving Steve to clean up the mess, after she admits that she felt responsible for her stepdad getting dragged out of her home after she said something stupid.
Steve returns with Dawn the social worker as they conveniently overhear Becky sensitively tell New! Amy that granny Blanche is up in ‘eaven. This charms Dawn and they agree to start again. Long story short- they’re approved.
This makes Sean feel sad because he misses Dylan – the son he hasn’t mentioned in two years. So Fizz and Julie all head over to Fizz and John’s to commiserate over wine. Julie suggests that if he wants to see Dylan, he could connect with
Poppy Violet over this new thing called The Facebook, which was invented by the Winklevoss Twins, and send her a “request for a friendship”. And so he does.
Will she accept? Or is she just on foursquare these days?
And Kirk, with the help a size too small shirt of David’s, had his make up date with Izzy, who is very funny and very pretty and very prone to snapping off the heads of those who gawp at her. Liz thinks the wheelchair gives her an excuse to be rude to people.