Adam goads Daniel, suggesting that Sinead had something to do with Ken’s attack. As Adam urges him to confess to attempted murder, Daniel’s had enough. Knocking Adam to the ground, Daniel jumps in Ken’s car and speeds off.
Adam then returns home and confronts Ken about his run-in with Sinead, but Ken has heard enough and orders him to leave. Refusing to back down, Adam phones the police and points the finger at Sinead.
At his exam, Daniel is consumed with thoughts of Adam. Unable to concentrate, he eventually leaves. Has he ruined his chances of a place at Oxford?
Meanwhile, Sarah pours her heart out to Neil, admitting the family are at breaking point over her daughter’s much older and controlling boyfriend. Neil promises to talk to Bethany.
Later, Neil informs Bethany and Nathan of his conversation with Sarah and Bethany is fuming. Neil takes her back to Number 8, where she tells Sarah she wants nothing more to do with her. Nathan suggests they invite Neil and Ian over so Bethany can show her gratitude. Knowing what will be expected of her, will Bethany agree?
Elsewhere, Johnny insists it’s business as usual, but Kate masks her concerns. With the anniversary party in full swing, Aidan calls for hush. Convinced he’s going to propose, Eva’s almost faint with excitement. Are her dreams about to come true?
Also, when Sally takes a call from a housing contact telling her of an available flat for Gina and Leah, Gina is thrilled.
Finally, Mary is beside herself when she hears that her son Jude is moving to Weatherfield.