Nick’s annoyed to see a sign outside the unit next to the Bistro announcing a ‘new bar’. When he then sees Owen, Nick quizzes him about who he’s working for and he reveals the company is TD Enterprises. With Tommy nowhere to be found a tow truck arrives and starts to lift Tommy’s VW from outside.

Arriving back, Tommy berates the boss and a fight ensues. As Tommy brawls in the street Tyrone rushes over to pull the men apart. Only then does he realise just who Tommy’s scrapping with – it’s Terry Duckworth, Tommy’s dad!

Rita’s looking forward to visiting Betty. But when Gordon comes into the pub everyone is shattered as he reveals Betty has passed away. The Rovers regulars realise this marks the end of an era.

Lewis is at the police station with Audrey as she receives a caution. Meanwhile, as David and Kylie begin their revamp of the salon they’re gutted to see all their customers pouring into Audrey’s motor-home business. Refusing to take this lying down David picks up the phone.

Also, Carla realises that Ken is letting Leanne see Simon as Leanne makes an emotional appeal, woman-to-woman. And Karl and Sunita vow to put the past behind them.

*Second episode, 8.30pm*

Tommy tries to apologise but Terry just drives off. Tommy’s struggling to cope and it becomes clear that Geoff and Doreen never really told Tommy what Terry is like. As the regulars insist that Terry’s bad news, Tommy gets angry, forcing Tyrone to tell him the awful truth – that his dad sold him, as a baby, to the Hortons. Tina seeks Terry out demanding answers and he admits he never wanted a son and he still doesn’t.

As the residents offer their condolences to Gordon they’re dismayed to hear he intends to have her buried in London. But, as an impromptu memorial starts in the pub, Gordon realises what an institution his mum was and resolves to rearrange the funeral in Weatherfield.

Aware that Leanne’s visiting Simon at the Barlows, Carla covers by suggesting she and Peter make the most of their time alone together. Carla convinces an oblivious Peter to spend the afternoon with her.

Also, David’s timing is bad as he has the police threaten Audrey with harassment just after she’s learnt of Betty’s death. Karl feels emasculated by Stella who won’t let him behind the bar despite how busy they are with Betty’s ‘memorial’.