Madge is wondering how they will manage without the money from the newspaper. Harold tells her not to worry. Scott and Charlene are waiting to hear news from Jim. Henry decides they should a family meeting to discuss some rules and regulations for when Harold moves in. Scott and Charlene say it's a bad time and the meeting is adjourned!
Jim is asleep in the sofa when Beverly comes home. He tells her that Scott was right about Ross and tells her he torched the factory. Jim tells her hasn't called the police and admits he doesn't know what to do about it. Beverly says he has to decide for himself.
Jane and Mike are spending time together and she tells him whatever happens he can count on her. Mrs Mangel comes home and Jane asks where she has been. Mrs Mangel says she's been out on business and tells Mike he should go as it's getting late. Mike tells her if he can help pay for Bouncers kennel then he'd like to. She says that won't be necessary, it will be her present to Bouncer. When Mike leaves Mrs Mangel tells Jane there is no excuse for wanting to hit someone and whilst she was fond of Mike she no longer thinks he is right for Jane.
Beverly is making hot chocolate because apparently that solves everything. Jim wants to talk to Paul but he doesn't want to burden him. Beverly tells him he does have to sort it out for himself Scott and Charlene arrive and ask Jim what happened. Jim apologises and says they were right; Ross was guilty.
Scott: If there's one thing I've learned about growing up in this family it's that you have to do what you think is right.
Jim gets up and calls the police.
Jim is on the phone to Ross wife telling her he had no choice but to report Ross to the police. He tells Beverly Ross has been arrested and she assures him he has done the right thing.
Scott and Charlene are breaking the news about Ross to Harold and Madge. Scott feels guilty about Jim losing the insurance money but Harold tells him he did the right things. Henry declares the meeting open and Harold says he fails to see how his moving in will change things.
Mike arrives home and tells Des that he saw Eileen this morning; she is worried about Des and Jamie and hopes they are coping. Des tells Mike his solicitor rang and that he has to see him first thing in the morning.
Jane wants to know what Mrs Mangel has been doing in her room. Mrs Mangel tells her she has just been reading but Jane wonders if it has anything to do with the envelope she brought home. Mrs Mangel asks if it's too much to ask for some privacy.
Harold seems pleased with the request from Scott, Charlene and Henry. However he has his own set of conditions that he wishes to share. He thinks Sunday should be a family day; they should go to church and share a family dinner. He also thinks the Sunday sinner should be a vegetarian meal. Scott, Charlene and Henry are horrified. They will make an effort and go to church but they will not have a ‘rabbit food' lunch. They declare mutiny.
Mike is worried about seeing the solicitor. Des tells him all he can do is tell the truth, if there's any justice in the world he'll have nothing to worry about. Mike comments if there were justice in the world then he wouldn't have gone after Summers in the first place.
Scott, Charlene and Henry apologise to Madge. They didn't mean to ruin the meeting however they can't abide by Harold's rules. Madge is upset; she doesn't want them to move out. She wants to marry Harold but not at the expense of her family.
Mrs Mangel asks Jane if she will be home for dinner. She is cooking a special meal, as Harold will soon be leaving them. He is worried that Mrs Mangel will struggle financially after he leaves but she assures he and Jane that she is ok in that department now.
Jim arrives and tells Charlene that Rob will be helping out for a few days. He tells her that he may have to sell up. He promises her that if there's another way he'll find it, but thinks its only fair that she should know where she stands.
The Coffee Shop
Harold is busy working. Sally has taken the morning off to interview prospective flat mates. Des and Jane discuss Mike's case when he arrives. He tells them that he is looking at a jail sentence of up to 7 years.