She was brought in at the end of last week.
Becky, the hospital psychiatry liaison officer, visits Audrey and gently quizzes her about why she took so many sleeping pills.
Yasmeen has tracked down the address of Stu's daughter Bridget.
Bridget panics and orders Stu to leave. Stu begs her to hear him out and assures her that he never hurt anyone, but what is he referring to?
Phill has finally signed the annulment forms.
Hope opens her tablet to see a string of messages from a player called Mad Dog.
He has punched another student, Nathan.
He still seems to be interested in her.
But Yasmeen makes it clear to Stu that it is him she is interested in, not Stephen.
So she puts up flyers advertising 'Psychic Night' and 'Casino Night' at the Bistro.
She fears that Debbie's promotional events will affect the business's reputation.
She doesn't want to back down on this one.
He has to deal with complaints from Jack, Abi's imminent return and moaning from Stephen at the garage.
He threatens to take his business elsewhere.
Stephen's complaints are the last thing he needs right now.
Stephen could be in for a nasty shock.
With his various stresses getting the better of him, he smashes up Stephen's car.
But will he live to regret his actions?
Will he be caught out?
He reckons they should sell the restaurant leftovers at a knockdown price to help those in need.
She supports Stu's idea.
The damage to Stephen's car is under investigation.
With Abi only just home with baby Alfie, will Kevin come clean about what he did?
Things start off well.
The young couple share a kiss.
She decides not to take things further, later telling Aaron that she can't bear the thought of him seeing her naked body.
Ryan has told the Bistro's psychic that he's skint and has debt coming out of his ears.
She hatches a plan.
She has put up with another night of Tim's tossing and turning.
Sally is delighted.