In Emmerdale, Brenda’s upset convinced someone has stolen the memorial money. Meanwhile, Bob asks Carly for the money back, but she insists it’s too late. Bob approaches Val for a loan, but on her refusal is left feeling even worse. Later, Bob discreetly plants money from a payday loan company in Brenda’s apron. But it doesn’t have the desired effect. As when Brenda finds it, knowing she’s already checked her apron, starts doubting her memory. Things are exacerbated when Carly suggests she has been absent minded lately and Val supports the idea. Later Brenda approaches Chas worried her brain tumour is back and wanting Chas to accompany her to the hospital. Confiding that if the tumour has returned, this time she’s going to let nature take its course.
Aaron is initially uneasy when Robert offers to help them on the farm and Andy’s surprised when Robert offers to help out more often. Later, Robert tells Aaron that Cain’s blackmailing has ended; Aaron insists they don’t owe each other anything anymore. After a day of hard graft, Andy suggests they all go for a drink but Aaron makes his excuses and is defensive when Chas later asks about his day. Paddy and Chas are concerned to learn Robert spent the day with Aaron. Paddy promises to speak to Aaron, determined to keep them apart.
Finn tries to find out what’s bothering Ross, convinced it’s something to do with Debbie and is left suspicious by Ross’ reaction. Kerry offers to look after Kyle but soon Kerry and Val argue with it escalating into a full-blown fight with paint. As they fight, toddler Kyle deletes Dan’s course assignment. Belle lays flowers at Hamish’s grave, Joanie comforts her.
In Eastenders, Jean’s wedding day has arrived. Martin encourages Stacey not to take the key to the ceremony after Jean’s reaction yesterday, but she ignores his suggestion and brings it along to Jean’s house. While there, Stacey takes the opportunity to look for anything that it might open. However, when Jean brings up the key, Stacey promises not to talk about it anymore and they make amends. Jean then mentions something in relation to Brian but before Stacey can ask any questions about it, they are interrupted by Shirley and leave for the ceremony.
Once the wedding is over, Martin grows increasingly concerned over Stacey’s intentions when it comes to the key. Stacey offers to return to Jean’s house early to help prepare the food, but Martin knows she has an ulterior motive. When Stacey continues to search the house for what the key opens, Martin complains that she isn’t confiding in him. She finally does so by explaining why the key is so important. Stacey starts to search again but is caught in the act when Jean returns home, sparking another huge argument between mother and daughter. Will Stacey finally learn the truth?
Meanwhile, Carol is concerned about new redevelopment work on local flats and calls a meeting with the locals to discuss the matter. Ian opposes Carol by backing the building work and makes things personal by insulting her family and situation. Biting back, Carol drops the bombshell that Jane is paying for Cindy to stay with her.
Later, Cindy tells Liam that she has been accepted to a sixth form college, but Ian interrupts their conversation and orders her to stop tearing their family apart. Ian tells Cindy to go the police if she needs to – unaware that Carol can hear.