A shell-shocked Ken and Leanne face the ordeal of identifying the body lying in the police morgue. Both are sombre but relieved when the corpse does not belong to Peter. When the good news filters back to the street, a relieved Carla is comforted by Rob.
As Leanne comes to terms with the fact that Peter is still missing, her world is rocked further when she arrives at school with Nick to collect Simon to be told that Simon was taken home by Peter. Leanne leaves Peter a fraught phone message, demanding to know where Simon is. However, when she receives no reply, her mood darkens. Leanne's head is spinning - has a despairing Peter abducted Simon?
Meanwhile, Kirsty's panic is allayed when Doctor Carter confirms Anna's suspicions that Kirsty was suffering from Braxton Hicks and all is well. However, Kirsty's happiness is short-lived when she discovers that Tyrone did not respond to her calls as he was helping old flame Fiz.
Tyrone's peace-making efforts fail to placate an enraged Kirsty, who flings the meal he has prepared against the kitchen wall and erupts about his poor treatment of her. A vicious row ensues and is heard by Eileen and Sean next door. Will Kirsty's high volume rant alert Tyrone's neighbours to his suffering?
Elsewhere, finally facing up to his responsibilities, Brian alerts school governor Meredith to her granddaughter's bullying of Faye. But how will the governor respond, and will it spell a return to school for Faye?
Also today, Marcus bonds with flatmate Kirk when he cooks Kirk's favourite meal, while Rob continues to get on well with the factory workers.