From the beginning, it was obvious that Suki Panesar (Balvinder Sopal) was one to watch, and audiences were shocked to see the cynical matriarch use a fake cancer diagnosis to seek to work her way back into their children’s lives. Especially with everything that occurs with Jean Slater (Gillian Wright) in the aftermath of the death of Daniel Cook (Ade Edmondson), it strikes an especially sour note that she will try to deceive people about such a serious matter–but is Jean about to discover the truth? When Jean makes it his mission to get to the bottom of her treatment, the walls begin to close in on Suki’s lies. The commitment of Jean worries Shirley Carter (Linda Henry), who confides in Mo Harris (Laila Morse), Jean has been overheard ignorant of.
Stuart Highway (Ricky Champ) offers Jean ashes to Daniel, but when Mo tries to sell a professional bed intended for Daniel, her mind switches elsewhere.
Nevertheless, as Jean speaks to her about her psychiatrist, Suki’s lies almost crumble, causing her to cover her tracks, he gives Suki the room. With Jean’s fears more heightened, Shirley follows Suki like a hawk, too. And when she assists them in planting a tree in Daniel’s garden, Shirley questions Jean about Suki, but Jean is angry about her, and they disagree, causing Shirley to apologize. Has Suki succeeded in persuading Jean that she is not dishonest, or will Jean reveal her story’s horrible reality, and how much it could affect her family?
When doubts arise, what will Suki do to cover her tracks and preserve her ruthless and degrading facade?