Episode 1.6 - Winning The Double
Written by Jaden Clark
Produced by Liz Lake
Directed by Laurence Moody
Still shaking with terror, Tanya drowns herself in a bottle of Scotch. She tries to share her fears with Jason, but he's simply not interested. But still, all may not be lost - she still has Nurse Dunkley over a barrel and uses her knowledge of the nurse's naughty antics to blackmail her into getting rid of Frank. Facing a charge of sexual assault, Dunkley agrees to give her patient a fatal injection of potassium. However, just as she is about to do the evil deed, Frank wakes from his coma.
Sheena hangs around the Sparks' training ground, hoping to run into Kyle again. Luckily, Chardonnay arrives on the scene before he can get himself into trouble. She has discovered that Kyle has been relieving his frustration with the help of some of the photos taken during her modelling career and now understands why he's feeling so insecure. In an attempt to get their marriage back on track, she has arranged a romantic weekend getaway.
After he smashes up Sal's car with a baseball bat, Stefan has no choice but to drop Jason from the team. Jason loses his temper when Tanya confronts him about it, but just as he's on the verge of hitting her, he drops to his knees and begs her to forgive him. Jason may have realised that he can't live without Tanya, but it doesn't stop him getting up to his old tricks. Bored and restless after being dropped, he finds comfort in the arms of Jackie Pascoe and practises his potting skills with her on the top of her son's snooker table.
Marie realises that she's attracted to Sal and makes a not very subtle attempt to seduce him by climbing naked into his bed in the middle of the night. When he rejects her, she immediately assumes he's gay and relays her suspicions to her sister. Donna is sceptical - just because a man knows how to load a dishwasher, it doesn't make him a raving woofter.
Frank is making a slow but steady recovery but is suffering from short-term memory loss. Despite intense questioning from the police, he still has no idea how he ended up in a hospital bed in the first place, let alone who put him there. Eager to avoid a barrage of awkward questions from the police, Nurse Dunkley offers to disappear in exchange for a cash sum from Tanya. Before leaving the hospital, Dunkely 'reminds' Frank of the affair that Tanya invented and Tanya is left with no choice but to keep up the pretence.