Becky Clarke is feeling insecure about her relationship with Daniel Granger on Doctors. So she plans a special night and gives him an unexpected present...
When Daniel Granger's (played by Matthew Chambers) previously difficult daughter Izzie Torres (Bethan Moore) visited this week on Doctors (1:45pm on BBC One, see our TV Guide for full listings), the medic was relieved when Izzie appeared to like his new girlfriend, Becky Clarke (Ali Bastian).
However, Izzie has also left Daniel with some food for thought, after she told him that with his track record in relationships, she can't see things lasting with Becky!
Following Izzie's visit, Becky is feeling insecure about her relationship with Daniel, and wants to know exactly what the teenager had to say about their relationship. Will Daniel come clean?
Meanwhile, Becky has a special night planned for Daniel and wants to give him a present.
But he gets more than he bargained for when Becky drops a bombshell on him!
Elsewhere, Al Haskey (Ian Midlane) tells Jimmi Clay (Adrian Lewis Morgan) he has booked them both onto an intensive two-day beer brewing course next week.
Jimmi reports the bank has approved their loan and business plan to take over the running of the local Icon Bar and brew their own beer. So it looks like it's full-steam ahead!
However, while at a microbrewery pub doing some market research, Jimmi's in for a surprise when Al admits he is having doubts about the whole idea!
With Jimmi also feeling anxious over the responsibility of running their own bar business, will the medics abandon ship?
ALSO, midwife Ruhma Carter (Bharti Patel) finds herself accused of negligence by Carey Fields (Grace O'Brien), the daughter of a patient, Yvette Fields (Jessica D'Arcy) who gave birth 21 years ago.
Due to complications during labour, Carey was born with ERBs Palsy, a condition that has left her left arm severely weakened.
Carey blames Ruhma for what happened, and threatens to take the matter to court!
Doctors continues weekdays at 1:45pm on BBC One
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