Ronnie and Roxy arrive and Peggy's inside the shabby-looking dress shop. Despite laughing at the ancient dresses, Ronnie agrees to try one on. The laughter, however, stops when Ronnie emerges from the changing room in a pristine dress. Returning to The Vic, Olive makes the relevant alterations to Ronnie's dress, while Peggy hands out a round of drinks. Delighted by Ronnie's choice, Peggy offers to pay for the dress - something which frustrates Glenda no end. An argument between Peggy and Glenda breaks out over Archie. Hearing her father's name pushes Ronnie over the edge and she runs out of the room past Jack.
Roxy comforts her distraught sister demanding to know what's wrong and Ronnie finally cracks - it's because Archie raped her when she was 13. They're stunned to realise that Peggy, Jack and Glenda have heard everything.
Despite the huge weight being lifted off her shoulders, a distraught Ronnie feels embarrassed by her admission. A bemused Glenda looks on as Roxy protests that her father wouldn't ever do such a barbaric thing. Comforted by Peggy and Glenda, Ronnie goes on to recount the incident. Having heard enough, Roxy lashes out. Peggy and Glenda drag Roxy into the back to calm her down and there, Roxy admits that she's known for months but refused to believe it as Glenda would surely have known if it were true. Talking with Jack, Glenda asks if he believes Ronnie's claim and as he's about to answer, Ronnie appears and asks the same question.
Jack explains to Ronnie how he didn't want to believe that she'd suffered such abuse as a child and promises never to let anyone hurt her ever again. Ronnie breaks down in Jack's arms, leaving Glenda feeling isolated once again. Desperate to show her affection, Glenda insists that she'll always be there for her, before hinting that she doesn't think Peggy believes her. Enraged by the suggestion, Ronnie bolts downstairs and shouts at Peggy to listen to her - she needs to prove that she's not lying. Peggy, however, dismisses her as a liar and orders her out of the pub. Glenda, meanwhile, revels in the family crisis. What's she up to?
Elsewhere, Libby becomes upset when Patrick starts tidying away Denise's belongings; Masood demands that Tamwar apologise to his mother; wanting to know more about the Muslim faith, Christian asks Syed what it means to him; Abi's dressed to impress and delights when she interrupts Darren's date with Jodie; Tamwar sees Christian arrive at mosque; Masood's incredulous when he spots Christian at mosque; and Christian apologises to Syed for going to his mosque and despite reprimanding him, Syed admits that he loves him for it.