Written by Helen Childs
Produced by Di Burrows
Directed by Barnaby Southcombe
Rees may have ruined everything. Yasmin drags him straight down to the hospital to check on Angelica, but not before she's told Bruno where she got the 'bad sweets' from. Clocking Rees approaching the ward, Bruno goes for him and hurls him across the corridor. He also takes back Rees's house keys, telling him never to darken the doorstep again. After a moment's hesitation, Yasmin heads off to join her 'new family', leaving Rees all alone.
Luckily for Anika and Garry, Oliver is so out of it that they are both able to get out of bed and get dressed without disturbing him. Oliver is woken with a glass of water in the face and, although he is surprised to see Garry there, he doesn't suspect anything. Now recovered from their close call, Garry and Anika have a go at Oliver for checking himself out of the clinic.
Bruno is all for calling the police but Lucy convinces him otherwise - after everything that happened with Conrad, does he still want the police sniffing around their house? Yasmin ensures that she spins the entire situation to her advantage - Bruno should see that she's very different from Rees, absolutely her father's daughter. Seb is also firmly wrapped around Yasmin's finger and finds himself formally asking Bruno if he can take his daughter out. Bruno agrees, but as long as Seb keeps his mitts to himself.
Anika keeps Garry happy in more ways than one when she assures him that Oliver is safely back in the rehab clinic and then allows him to take her over his desk. There's nothing like a bit of overtime to keep the boss happy! Back at their apartment, Oliver is housebound because the money that Garry is giving him to pay for his treatment is going straight into Anika's bank account. But that's not the only scam Anika is running. After hours in Garry's office, she manages to guess the password to his computer and then uses it to clean out one of his offshore bank accounts.
Lucy is livid when she catches Yasmin going through her wardrobe in search of something to wear for her date with Seb. Enter daddy to the rescue. As he bought all of Lucy's clothes, Bruno doesn't see why she can't lend something to Yasmin and even presents his daughter with a diamond necklace to reward her loyalty. Rees is waiting for Yasmin as she leaves the house. He's been sleeping rough and can't believe that she hasn't been in touch. Yasmin gives him a bit of cash but he's still pissed off, especially when he clocks the blinging necklace around her neck.
At the posh restaurant, a snooty waiter tries to make Yasmin look stupid when she mispronounces something on the menu, but she gives as good as she gets and Seb is impressed. Neither of them are very impressed by the food though and while Seb struggles through a plate of snails, Yasmin tries to force down the oysters she ordered by smothering them in ketchup. After he's paid the bill, Yasmin takes Seb for some fish and chips before he takes her home in the limo... soon its steamy windows all the way.
After leaving Yasmin, Rees makes a phone call. The following day, we find out who to. Joly arrives at the Earls Park training ground and whacks Bruno in the nuts.