Debbie's torn about her feelings towards Pete but seems ready to give him the benefit of the doubt when she turns up at Butlers.
However, when Pete questions her mixed signals, it's not long before Debbie changes her mind and heads off. But later on, it’s Pete’s turn to knock on Debbie’s door....
Pete and Debbie continue to keep their meet ups a secret and agree see each other again.
Ross is surprised when an abnormally upbeat Debbie fails to hold a grudge about his behaviour at the garage and agrees to have a drink with him in the pub. But something starts to smell fishy when, at the Woolpack, Debbie heads off suddenly because of 'plans' and Pete mysteriously he has stuff to do.
Ross's intent on impressing Debbie but starts to note the obvious sexual tension between her and Pete. Confronting Pete, he's surprised to learn that Pete is Debbie’s Barton boy of choice!
Seething, Ross finds himself taking his anger out at the garage on Ashley’s car leaving Debbie fuming. She demands that he'll foot the bill for the damage caused. But it’s not long before Ross has cooked up a plan to ensure he's not left out of pocket, a plan that involves blackmailing his big bro...
Pete's keen to come clean about his relationship but Debbie's not so sure that's the best idea right now. Meanwhile, Cain's surprised to see Debbie at Butler’s who quickly covers that she's there to see him and to fill him in on Ross’s antics. As Debbie explains about Ashley’s car and her instructions that Ross pay her back, Pete realises his brother’s previous threats were serious.
Later on, Ross corners Debbie in The Woolpack with a wad of cash to pay off his debt.
Did Pete succumb to his brother’s demands and cough up, or did Ross revert to dodgy dealings to get the money?