Sins of the Gordon (Episode 2)
Tony puts on a great act with Carla denying any involvement in Jed's injuries. He insists that he found Jed trying to commit suicide and saved him but the guilt at pushing someone to those lengths promoted him to re-house the pensioner. Carla is not sure but with no evidence to the contrary has to believe Tony. Once he's left her though Tony calls Jimmy and asks him to put the frighteners on the old man which Jimmy duly does. Unaware of what has gone on Carla can't help a creeping feeling of unease when she overhears Emily telling Rita that Jed has been rushed to hospital with a suspected heart attack. Anna approaches Gail in the Kabin begging her to ask Tina who really started the fight but Gail is having none of it. When Gail reveals Anna's suspicions to Tina and David they immediately deny everything and Gary does himself no favours by telling Tina he knows she lied to the police, almost starting another fight with David in front of Rita. Sophie has enjoyed a lovely evening with Ben prompting Rosie to complain that she wasn't allowed out on dates at 14. Sally points out that she never brought home charming church-going boyfriends like Ben! Elsewhere Ken opens up to Ted about his friendship with Martha and is asked by Janice to tutor her so she can realise her dreams of becoming a nurse. At the Rovers the Flight Fandangos have arrived for their tournament with Kirk's team. Despite being led by Captain Kirk there is nothing remotely starry about the Rovers team. As they are beaten one by one by their opponents including Disco Dave, played by none other than darts supremo Phil Taylor, one of the visiting team recognizes Eddie and it soon becomes clear that the mugging scam has been used before.