As the hens and stags get ready for the evening ahead, Daniel is intrigued to see that The Rovers’ cctv is hooked up to Peter’s laptop and shows a bird’s eye view of the ginnel. Beth has produced a DVD of clips of Sinead’s childhood, but when Robert hands it to Daniel to play out at the Bistro, Daniel forms a plan.
With the stag do under way, Daniel corners Chesney in The Rovers’ back yard and leads him to believe that he’s swapped Beth’s DVD for the cctv footage of their altercation. Chesney is horrified and as the hens gather in the Bistro to watch the DVD, Chesney bursts in and knocks Beth to the ground in a desperate bid to stop the video.
As Beth writhes in agony, Sinead is appalled, while an intrigued Tracy presses play. Is Chesney about to be exposed?
Meanwhile, Luke is disapproving as Alya heads to another meeting with the Parker brothers, but Alya points out that the factory girls are depending on her for their jobs. Having ignored more racist comments, Alya and Aidan see the Parker brothers out, but when they find they have a flat tyre, Aidan calls on Luke at the garage to help. When Justin and Dale make racist remarks to Luke, he sees red.
Elsewhere, Roy tries to pluck up the courage to tell Brian that he needs to move out, while Brian tries to pluck up the courage to tell Roy that he’s leaving. Carla starts to get cold feet and suggests she should return to Devon after all. Roy implores her to stay and tell her family the truth.
Also today, aware of Michelle and Robert’s money woes, Steve calls on Michelle and tells her that there’s been a mistake with their divorce settlement and he owes her £10,000. Michelle is touched by his kindness. Tracy clocks them from across the street and isn’t best pleased.