But whose side is Frankie is really on?
With Katy's court case soon approaching, Mick is writing his victim impact statement when Nancy shows up. She pretends that she's enjoying living with Sharon until she realises her mum isn’t there and admits the truth. It's awful, but she still doesn't want to return home.
Encouraging Mick to finish his statement, Nancy wants him to read it in court himself. Spurred on by his daughter, Mick does just that but unbeknownst to him, Katy is standing outside is The Vic.
Frankie is shocked to see Katy at Ruby’s club and quickly leaves When she gets to The Vic, she notices Mick’s victim impact statement on the table and Shirley explains how this will be enough to get Katy locked up for good.
Walking off confused and hurt, Frankie meets up with Katy who asks her for a character reference.
Later, when Shirley praises her loyalty, Frankie is left conflicted after lying about declining Katy's request for a character reference.
After Nancy tells Mick that once the court case is over tomorrow they can put everything behind them, he tells Linda he has to tell his truth and read his own statement.
When the day arrives, the Carter's are dressed for court and arrive for Katy's sentencing.
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