As Fletch re-adjusts to work life, Bea must forgo closely held morals as she engages in a secret plan to use Jodie Spiteri to bring down Ferguson. Bea agrees to a visit with Kaz Proctor to demand she and her group stop committing violence in her name. During what becomes an angry exchange, Bea is left with the shattering notion that Kaz and her group might be behind Harry's murder. Doreen agonises over the well-being of her baby but finds solace in an unlikely piece of advice from Jess. The stakes ramp up for Will when the media learn he is the prime suspect in the police investigation of Harry Smith's murder. Fletch seeing Jess for the first time since his return triggers a distressing emotional reaction that leads him to the wrenching conclusion that he must have thrown himself in front of the van in an apparent attempt to take his own life.
Did You Know?
When Fletcher and Linda are talking about his return to work and Fletch says to Linda that "it's okay" he calls her Belinda. See more