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Summary[]

Ethel returns to the Square to see Dot, having heard about Kenny's visit. Den gets fed up of Darren dealing in his pub. Chris gets advice from Willmott-Brown about him potentially losing his driving licence following his car crash in December.

Kenny and Pete turn on Arthur when he tells them he is going to tell Lou about their fight.

Lou meets Elizabeth again after many years. Elizabeth gives her a present to make up for all their lost Christmases together. She gets to know more about Lou and they bond as she shows her pictures of Kenny.

Pat decides she cannot be at work with Kenny on the Square so leaves Kathy to work her shift at the Vic.

Den meets a friend, Johnny, to sort Darren out.

Kenny visits Lou and the atmosphere is tense. They exchange some harsh home truths with one another.

Darren strikes up a deal with Johnny and they drink to it.

Kenny and Lou calm down and talk their strained family relationship through.

Lofty annoys Simon with his comments about father's rights and how he should show an interest in his, even if he did not know about him until later in life.

Darren is furious to realise he has been set-up and confronts Den. He starts a fight but Den shows him up in front of the customers and then throws him out.

Kenny visits Simon at the Dagmar. Simon reacts poorly to meeting his "real" father and tells Kenny he wants nothing to do with him.

Credits[]

Main cast[]

Guest cast[]

Locations[]

  • The Queen Victoria - Public and hallway
  • 1B Albert Square - Living room/kitchen
  • 45 Albert Square - Backroom
  • The Dagmar - Bar
  • 14B Walford Towers - Living room/kitchen

Notes[]

  • Radio Times synopsis: 'You'd have carried on carrying on if I hadn't caught the two of you red-handed.'
  • Viewing Figures: UK broadcast - 23,350,000 viewers (chart placing unknown).
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