|BBC transmission date||18th February 2014|
|Executive Producer||Dominic Treadwell-Collins|
|Previous episode||17th February 2014|
|Next episode||20th February 2014|
Jane wonders whether Bobby’s really enjoyed Ian’s intense spelling coaching. During the spelling bee, Bobby struggles with the word ‘assumption’ and is disqualified when Ian starts prompting him from the audience. Jane’s furious with Ian and her anger increases when a panicked Bobby asks if she’s leaving, revealing Ian said she’d stay longer if he won. Ian doesn’t think what he said was so wrong. He asks Jane to come back to Walford and invest in Scarlett’s. Ian then admits Janine’s selling her share and he doesn’t want a stranger to buy it. Jane decides to go to the B&B after accusing Ian of now only caring about money - he used to also care about family and community. As she leaves, Jane announces she’s taking Bobby to live in Cardiff with her.Aunt Babe realises the Carters have money worries. Mick tells Linda not to wreck their trip to see Les Misérables by worrying about the market. Inspired by the show, Linda decides the locals should protest. Johnny asks Lauren and Whitney to join him to make signs for the protest. When Lauren heads off to find scissors and cardboard, Johnny assures Whitney she’s still his favourite. Linda thanks Whitney for helping. Abi’s annoyed when Linda won’t allow Tramp in the pub because he took advantage of Lady Di. Abi’s outraged when Linda reveals she wants to breed Lady Di for money.
Masood realises Shabnam’s upset at the thought of him dating. He apologises, acknowledging it must be strange for her to be in the house without Zainab. Whilst admitting he’ll always love Zainab, Masood’s clear that she’s part of his past, they’re both moving on. Shabnam reveals she’s got an interview at the Turpin Road pharmacy tomorrow - working on the tills but still relevant to her pharmacy degree. Masood’s thrilled, it would mean she could do a conversion course. Shabnam says with Masood’s smart new look the ladies at the mosque should watch out. Masood tells her he can think of many women who could make him happy who are nothing like Zainab or Carol.