So that’s what Eli’s implausible relationship with Courtney was all about – setting up the huge bombshell at the end of this very weird episode.
Yes, raids on the budget for Personal Independence Payments would affect vulnerable people, but they would likely also have a serious impact on many, many others who reject such labels … we must accept that our choice of language – and the stereotypes it helps perpetuate – may be disabling in itself.
Somebody *finally* notices that Alicia is giddy as a schoolgirl around Jason, but a probe into his intentions raises more questions than it answers.
Mike finds himself in over his head and Jimmy can’t sleep, but Kim’s chance encounter with an easy mark takes us back to the good old days.
Diane is torn – again – between her principles and her desire to win, Grace profits from the fall-out, and things between Eli and socialist millionaire Courtney Paige take a surprising turn.
If predators like Johnson are to be caught and prosecuted then we need to be able to recognise the dynamics involved in his crimes and others like them.
Jimmy’s now testing everyone’s patience, and Kim’s trying to dig herself out of a hole by following the rules. No prizes for guessing how that works out for her.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Easter Bunny’s team for this year’s egg hunt at a (not very) secret location in Glasgow.
Louis Canning finally gets what’s been coming to him and Vanessa Williams joins the cast, but we still don’t know what’s going on between Alicia and Jason.
We might want to hate Chuck, but he has the measure of Jimmy and knows the world of legitimate law isn’t for him. Meanwhile, Mike comes up with a fresh plan to get Tuco out of the picture.