Bianca tries to stop Whitney leaving. Whitney blames Bianca for what Tony did and says he was the only one who ever understood her. Whitney leaves – with Tiffany at home alone, Bianca’s no choice but to stay. Meanwhile, hurt by Alfie’s words, drunk Kat tries to seduce Carl down the pub alleyway. He refuses – it’s tacky - and Kat’s left humiliated. She sees Whitney pass and Bianca begs her to go after Whitney and bring her back. Carol returns home and, on hearing the news, heads out to find Whitney. Kat heads down the high street to see Whitney throwing herself at some lads heading off in a car. Kat drags her into a seedy pub toilet and forces her to talk, confessing she too was abused as a child. At home, Bianca tries to comfort Tiffany who thinks Bianca hates her. Tiffany asks if Whitney’s gone because of Tony. While Bianca and Tiffany make hot chocolate, Bianca breaks down – she won’t let anyone hurt Tiffany. Carol returns, unable to find Whitney. Meanwhile, Kat bares her soul to Whitney and tells her she doesn’t want to see her take the same path as she has. The pair look at themselves in the toilet mirror. Kat’s disgusted with herself, and shows Whitney her silver earrings that belonged to her mum which were a present from her Uncle Harry – Kat wears them whenever she’s on the pull. Whitney finally lets herself break down. Kat comforts her brings Whitney home. Bianca swears that from now on Whitney can come home, shut the front door and feel safe. Encouraged by Whitney, Kat drops her earrings down a drain – they’re not very her. Kat and Whitney agree they’ll be there for each other. Whitney enters the Butchers’ and shuts the front door behind her, safe.