Part One: Aadi worries when Dev tells him the police are checking the local CCTV cameras to catch the person who vandalised his car. Simon looks after Sam when Leanne and Nick are called into work but the boy refuses to leave his bedroom. Summer sees two tickets for The Importance of Being Earnest on Daniel's desk at school and excitedly assumes he's going to ask her out. Sarah discovers that the factory staff haven't started on the Dexter order even though it's due out to the States in two days' time. Carla realises she got confused by the American dates but refuses to accept that she's overworked. Daniel asks Summer if she's free tonight to mind Bertie. She's heartbroken to realise he only sees her as a babysitter. Aadi questions whether it's fair that Dev spends so much money keeping Asha's videos off the internet that there's nothing left for him. A guilty Dev encourages his son to apply for the London apprenticeship and promises to make it work. Aadi isn't satisfied and coldly reveals he remembers the crash and Dev choosing to save Asha over him. He accuses his dad of leaving him to die.
Part Two: Phill arrives back from the school run with Hope and Ruby and reveals that Ruby has been invited to a child's party. Fiz attributes the lack of an invite for Hope to Penny Finton, one of the other mothers who doesn't want the girl around her daughter. Dev explains to Aadi that he had to save Asha first as she was unconscious. He insists that he loves his children equally. Kelly's desperate not to go back to prison and begs Nina to believe her York story. Nina and Asha consider it karma. Simon can't get Sam to come out of his room but the boy knocks to let Simon know he's okay. Peter suggests to Carla that she's thrown herself back into things with undue gusto. Carla guesses that Sarah tipped him off. Aadi suggests to Dev that he only promoted him to manager as a means of investing in him in the cheapest possible way. Dev explains that he's barely keeping his head above water and he'll understand when he gets older. Aadi feels patronised and admits that he smashed up Dev's car, not Kelly. Tyrone takes Ruby to the party at Speed Daal and meets Penny, who assures him that Hope only missed out because of limited numbers. He sees through her fake show of friendship and takes Ruby home early, telling Penny he knows that Hope was never in the running. Aadi explains to Dev and Asha that he was drunk when he vandalised the car. Horrified Dev picks up the phone to call the police.
- Billy Mayhew - Daniel Brocklebank
- Summer Spellman - Harriet Bibby
- Nina Lucas - Mollie Gallagher
- Aadi Alahan - Adam Hussain
- Adam Barlow - Samuel Robertson
- Daniel Osbourne - Rob Mallard
- Dev Alahan - Jimmi Harkishin
- Leanne Battersby - Jane Danson
- Nick Tilsley - Ben Price
- Simon Barlow - Alex Bain
- Carla Barlow - Alison King
- Sarah Barlow - Tina O'Brien
- Fiz Stape - Jennie McAlpine
- Tyrone Dobbs - Alan Halsall
- Ruby Dobbs - Macy Alabi (Voice only)
- Kelly Neelan - Millie Gibson
- Asha Alahan - Tanisha Gorey
- Peter Barlow - Chris Gascoyne
- Orla Crawshaw - Carla Mendonça
- Phill Whittaker - Jamie Kenna
- Penny Finton - Emma Stansfield
- Isla Haywood - Gemma Oaten
- 7 Coronation Street - Downstairs rooms
- 9 Coronation Street - Back room/kitchen and hallway
- Corner Shop
- 15a Coronation Street - Living room/kitchen
- Underworld - Sales office
- Rosamund Street
- Roy's Rolls
- Speed Daal
- Weatherfield High - Classroom and corridor
- Chariot Square Hotel - Room 16
- Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, this episode was made with social distancing rules being observed by both cast and production crew. Exceptions were occasionally made for instances in which characters were required to be in close contact. These were made in accordance with the rules by employing measures such as more frequent testing and cast members bubbling up together prior to recording.
- Emma Stansfield, who appeared in the regular role of Ronnie Clayton between October 2005 and June 2006, returns to the programme in the role of Penny Finton.
- Prakash, a pupil at Weatherfield High, is uncredited although he has a line of dialogue.
- TV Times synopsis: Daniel leaves Summer disappointed; Aadi vents hids anger at his dad; and Tyrone takes a stand against Hope's detractors.
- Viewing Figures: First UK broadcast: 5,757,397 viewers (9th place).
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