Written by Harriet Warner
Produced by Di Burrows
Directed by Barnaby Southcombe
Anika Beevor is eager to exploit her new "Healing Hands" business with Jeanette Dunkley and drags Jeanette and Darius off to the hospital - she has paying customers and they want results. But Jeanette is in for a shock. The trial patient Alex is a woman - how can Jeanette use her 'special stimulus programme' on a female?!
Just when Cash thinks he's in the clear for Seb Webb's murder, two detectives turn up to question him. But he's got his alibi well prepared and the detectives are reluctantly forced to leave. If they want to nail him for this they are going to have to work hard.
Bruno is devastated wife Lucy has left him and turns up drunk at the Canteen. When Joly tries to kick him out, he refuses to budge - how dare she when the whole place was built with his cash? Matt steps in, but when Bruno gets physical, Matt bows out. Joly is disappointed and furious. Why isn't he defending her? He calls himself a man?
Jeanette is feeling the pressure - her attempts to bring Alex back from a coma are not working and she is about to be exposed as a fraud. Meanwhile Darius decides to help her and feigns a mini-miracle. Jeanette is utterly grateful and the two grow closer. Perhaps their bond is blossoming into an unlikely romance?
Things seem to be going very well indeed for Rees and Lizzy until things get passionate back at the flat. Lizzy wants to slow things down - but can Rees wait?
Matt's giving Joly the cold shoulder until she apologises with a proposal of marriage. He backs away from her offer - is this a simple rejection, or is something bigger going on here? Poor Joly is devastated and confused.