Des says Mike can stay but makes it clear that he is in charge of what happens with Daphne's belongings. Mike wishes Des would go back to work.
Paul offers Henry some extra shifts at the bar. Henry asks Jane how the dance practice is going now Mike's back. Jane says he hasn't really noticed, as he's been so busy with Des and Jamie. Jane assures Mike there's nothing for Mike to be jealous about anyway.
Jane asks Paul for the following morning off so she can accompany Mrs Mangel to the divorce hearing. He agrees.
Jim arrives home and finds Todd and Katie bickering over Emma. He sends Katie to her room and tells Todd he has heard about what happened at The Coffee Shop. He wants Todd to apologise to Harold but Todd refuses.
Mrs Mangel unsubtly reminds Harold that it's her divorce hearing in the morning. Harold is sure Len will drag along his 'hussy' to the courtroom. Mrs Mangel doesn't appreciate the comment and thinks Harold is being insensitive to her feelings.
Beverly tells Jim that Harold isn't as innocent as he seems. Sally told her what really happened at The Coffee Shop. Jim calls Todd and asks him for his side of the story. Jim apologises for not letting him explain before and says he will talk to Harold. However Beverly and Todd ask him to leave the issue as it is.
Mrs Mangel is looking at Number 30. She tells Jane how much she loves the house. She promises not to give up her home as it is worth 100 husbands.
Madge has finished cooking and cleaning and Des thanks her for staying. Paul arrives and asks Des and Mike to join him for a drink. Des reluctantly agrees and Madge stays on to look after Jamie. Jim and Beverly arrive and Jim decides to join the guys at the pub whilst Beverly takes over from Madge. She takes him to the Robinson house so Des can have an interrupted nights sleep.
Mike is telling Paul and Jim about his practical teaching stint. Jim complains that his job is boring him and says he doesn't have much to do these days as Ross has it all under control. Henry brings over some more drinks and cracks a joke.
Henry: What do you call a movie star who's got no money? Skint Eastwood.
Des doesn't feel up to hearing jokes and he leaves, swiftly followed by Mike and Jim.
Jim arrives home and is lumbered with Jamie as Beverly has been called to the hospital.
Katie is listing reasons why Todd shouldn't see Emma. Beverly is in clucky mode due to her patient giving birth last night. Jim is grumpy having been up all night with Jamie. He says he doesn't want another little Robinson running around the place.
Des says he's not going to work; he's not ready yet. Beverly arrives with Jamie but Des seems oblivious to the fact she looked after him last night. Des leaves and Mike takes Jamie from Beverly. She says they have to get through to Des, as Jamie needs him now more than ever. Madge arrives to baby sit Jamie as Mike heads off to get Des to come to his senses.
Mike: I love Daphne too but we can't bring her back now.
Mrs Mangel has finished writing a letter when Jane arrives. Jane says she looks nice but wonders if she should dress down so it appears she has no money. Mrs Mangel says she won't be pleading for the house as she has a plan; the letter is her secret weapon.
Mike joins Des at Daphne's grave and tells him he has to wake up to himself. He tells him that Jamie and Eileen need him. Des gets angry and tells Mike if he doesn't back off he will hit him.