It’s the day of Betty’s funeral and Rita and Emily have decided it’s their moral obligation to inform Gordon of Annie Walker’s letter. Stella understands but fears what this may mean. Gordon himself is stunned but as Betty’s funeral cortege departs silence descends on the street.

When Terry witnesses the tension between Tommy, Tina, Tyrone and Kirsty he realises he can use it to his advantage. After hearing Kirsty having a go at Tina over Tommy’s badly parked camper van he damages the two vehicles to make it look like there’s been a bump. As Tina blames Kirsty for pulling another stunt, and the boys back their girlfriends, tempers flare again between the four.

As Stella apologises to Sunita for having a go at her about letting Karl behind the bar she thanks her for being a good friend. Feeling guilty Sunita tells Karl their affair can’t continue.

Also, Sally barges in on Carla’s meeting with a potential new client, determined to play partner, despite not having bought Frank’s shares yet.

*Second Episode, 8.30pm*

Tyrone’s feeling guilty after his row with Tommy but Kirsty lays all the blame at Tina’s door. Terry, meanwhile, is the picture of the concerned dad and checking Tommy’s OK. When Tommy asks if he meant what he said about wanting a relationship, Terry insists he does, while dripping poison into Tommy’s ear about Tyrone. Wearing Tommy down he offers him a solution to his problem with Tyrone: why doesn’t he come and work for him. Tommy puts his trust in his dad.

As the mourners arrive at the pub for Betty’s wake Gordon’s touched to see how loved his mum was. Asking for a word with Stella he reveals he’s come to a decision about Betty’s claim on the pub. Later, as the wake is winding down, Gordon hands Sean a sealed envelope addressed to him from Betty. Sean’s stunned as he reads its contents – it’s Betty’s hotpot recipe!

Drawn together once more Sunita and Karl can’t resist.

Also, Audrey enlists a solicitor’s help in getting her salon back, claiming David bullied her into putting it in his name and is now conning her out of her business. And Carla fears she’s created a monster in Sally, while Peter worries when he gets a date for the custody hearing.