Ray is furious at the police's lack of action towards Terry but heeds Louise's warning not to go taking the law into his own hands. He insists, however, that his restraint will be sorely tested if the messages and gifts continue to arrive. Diane is shocked to think that Terry could be the stalker, but has to admit that it all fits into place – particularly as the messages have seemingly stopped since the police visited him. Finally coming round to Louise's way of thinking, Diane feels she has no choice but to let Terry know of her suspicions and admit that she doesn't want him living under the same roof as her. Forced out of The Woolpack, Terry flees in search of a bed for the night. Paddy's battle to build bridges with Jacob continues and he is stunned to discover Jacob about to throw a stone through Viv's window. But when he claims that Viv called him fat, Paddy picks up a stone of his own and is set to join him until Emily arrives to put a stop to their attack. Jacob later breaks down and reveals that his parents argued a lot. Emily is concerned about the friction in their house and can't help but worry as to why he isn't warming to her. Jack is alarmed to discover that a bottle of wine has been uncorked and the cork is still missing. Sure that Robert is responsible, he challenges him but Robert is quick to point out that if he'd taken the cork, he would have taken some wine too. All is revealed when Victoria enters with a blackened face – but she isn't too eager to explain why.