Charlie Wernham and Thomas Coombes punch up scene
After a surprise visit in an earlier scene, Neil quizzes Aaron about the bomb that didn't go off and who grassed to the police. As tensions reach boiling point, Harvey interrupts, but what of Dana?
Charlie Wernham and Ross Boatman drunk scenes
Worried Aaron's plan to meet up with his old cell has gone array, Harvey calls the police to tell them everything about his son's involvement in the NYE bomb that never was, when he stumbles in. Bobby, played by Clay Milner-Russell suspicions rise when he overhears their conversation.
The father and son chat that follows in the second scene here, picks up the conversation in the The Queen Vic pub that ends this first episode of the week. Filmed under Covid restrictions, tennis balls were used as an eye-line in place of the actors, to keep them and the crew at a 2 meter distance. Shot both ways, and married together in post, the photos above show the 'before and after' of a 'covid-restricted' scene.
Charlie Wernham Aaron arrest scenes
Aaron Monroe meets his fate in these two scenes, with sister Dana, played by Barbara Smith, father Harvey, played by Ross Boatman and Dana's boyfriend Bobby Beale, played by Clay Milner Russell. The first scene here ended the 3rd episode of the week and the second one started the 4th and final episode of the week as a direct pick up.
Steve McFadden and Tamika Empson 'What happened to Vince?' scene
Kim Fox questions Phil Mitchell, her prime suspect in the disappearance of her husband Vince.
Charlie Brooks, Perry Fenwick and Jamie Borthwick 'What ticket?" corridor scene
As a ploy for self-gain, Janine Butcher causes friction between father Billy Mitchel and stepfather Jay over Will's parent evening. Shot under the confines of Covid restrictions this was staged down a corridor to keep everyone including the cameras at a 2 meters distance.
Danny Dyer panic attack scenes
With ex-wife Linda back on the booze, Mick Carter is feeling the squeeze and stress of life following their split. Rainie Highway, played by Tania Franks confronts him on the truth of baby Annie's father. Is she's Max's daughter or his... but it's all too much for Mick.
Toby Alexander Smith and Shona McGarty 'I'm done for good' scene
After much speculation of 'will they or won't they' get together, Gray Atkins and Whitney Dean (as is the way in a soap) kiss and break up all in the same episode. This scene was the cliffhanger to the week's episodes.
Ross Boatman and Charlie Wernham goodbye scene
Aaron arrives at the cab office to say his goodbyes to his Dad Harvey before leaving to run a new racist cell up North, but things don't quite play out as Harvey planned.
Barbara Smith and Charlie Wernham brother persuades sister scene
As Dana's questions her brother's authenticity, Aaron works his charm and 'brotherly love' to manipulate her in order to save his own face.
Max Bowden and Tony Clay PTSD scene
Following a homophobic attack on a night out with friends, Callum confronts Ben on his behaviour since, that begins a rocky and uncomfortable journey through post traumatic stress for the couple.