It’s the battle of the boys

As Neil continues to watch Andrea he ups his nuisance campaign by sending her a barrage of texts and ordering a stack of pizzas for the cab office. Steve advises Lloyd it’s time to play Neil at his own game and Lloyd happily agrees.

Suffering from alcohol withdrawal, Peter begs Jim for more booze. But Jim tells Peter that there’s a price to pay and he’ll find out what it is soon enough. As Peter promises to do whatever he wants, Jim’s satisfied he’s got him right where he wants him. Meanwhile, Ken is shocked to see the state Peter is in when he goes to visit and fearing he’ll drink himself to death debates reporting him to the prison so that he can get help. Tracy advises against it claiming that it won’t look good in court, so Ken agrees, hoping when Peter gets out he can change his ways.

Eva and Kal offer Nick their support, but convinced Nick is actually faking his seizures Leanne accuses him of hoodwinking Eva. Instead of protesting his innocence a smug Nick confirms Leanne’s suspicions.

Also, Sophie suggests Maddie needs another job and asks Carla about a packing job at the factory. Luckily she manages to drop the attitude for long enough to let Carla see the person underneath.