Jay asks if Dexter’s going to tell Abi but Dexter’s more concerned with the missing £10,000. Lola is unsympathetic when Peter admits he didn’t tell Gaz’s parents the whole story. Dexter discovers no other caravans have been burgled. Cindy brings up her Kitty theory and Lola suggests Bob could have done it. Peter proposes the boys confront Bob; Cindy suggests holding Kitty to ransom; Abi proposes an alternate plan: Lola, Dexter and Peter go to the pub, claim the others have gone home and use Kitty’s phone to summon Bob. Bob arrives and they demand the £10,000 back, he denies stealing it and threatens to call Phil. Peter and Dexter front up to Bob but they teens all flee at the last minute. When the gang arrive back in the Square, a livid Phil’s waiting – he’s spoken to Bob. Phil threatens Dexter with a wrench; he wants the car fixed and his money back. Abi explains to Jay why she doesn’t want to have kids young, she wants to be nothing like her mum and dad. Jay holds her, feeling guilty. Meanwhile, at the Beales’, Cindy pulls a package out of her rucksack and smiles - it’s the missing £10,000.
Jean’s thrilled when Ollie comes to see her – he’s researched living with bipolar and still wants to be with her, they could have something really special. She suggests going out but quickly gets side-tracked by another manic cleaning session. When Ollie suggests getting Alfie, Jean realises he’s scared and sends him away, she’ll always treasure the fact they tried. As he goes, she breaks down in tears.
Billy tries to track down Tara and finally bumps into her at the cafe. She claims she has to go to Scotland for work but suggests lunch but he pulls her up on the Scotland story, there was no need to lie, it’s cruel. Tara insists she was being kind but Billy knows he’s been the kind one. Billy explains to Kim that with Tara on his arm he felt like king of the world – he wanted to know what that felt like. Lola returns to find Lexi wearing her new giraffe suit.