Will Graeme tell Tina the truth?

Graeme’s emotional as he spends his last day with Xin. Tina, meanwhile, is confused and hasn’t slept. She’s been trying to make sense of Xin leaving for another restaurant job that she didn’t admit to, and decides to question the pair. Both deny the real reason for Xin’s departure, but as she becomes more forceful Graeme make a terrible confession to Tina.

Terrified she’s going to be sent to prison and lose Hope, Fiz can’t face the outside world. Carla visits and gives Fiz a lesson in tough love, which wakes her up. But Fiz’s new-found strength is tested when a knock at the door reveals an unwelcome visitor.

Sophie and Sian feel they’ve let James down. When Sophie and Sian are left in charge of the soup kitchen they’re thrilled with how well it goes. But James later arrives revealing the day wasn’t such a success, and they’ve actually let him down.

Also, united in their belief that Sunita‘s slumming it with Dev the aunties set about finding her a new man.

*Second Episode, 8.30pm*

As a gutted Tina struggles to get her head round what Graeme’s told her she fires questions at him. Unable to lie any longer Graeme admits his depth of feelings for Xin. Devastated Tina tears into the pair and they feel the effects of her wrath. Her feistiness of old returning, she shocks them with the full force of her anger.

Sophie and Sian try to make amends. They are gutted to see what’s been taken from the charity and, feeling guilty, Sophie hands over all her wages. Kevin isn’t happy to see James taking money from the girls and forbids them from going near the place again. But when Sally hears what’s happened she knows who’s side she will be taking.

Fiz’s heart sinks as Brian asks questions about John/Colin. Explaining the truth she hopes to get rid of him quickly. But when Julie arrives it seems the nightmare is never ending, as she’s infuriated by the sight of him…

Also, the aunties continue their search to find Sunita a new man.

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