The killer – who murdered teenager Leanna Cavanagh on her 18th birthday for finding out Meena had killed in her past – is revelling in the messy upset she's caused in the village.
And as Leanna's funeral takes place, Meena (Paige Sandhu) takes her place among the mourners, quietly lapping up the tragic scene.
What gives the evil nurse even more of a thrill is the ring she plucked from Leanna's corpse after pushing her off the bridge, which she's strung onto a necklace and is wearing close to her chest.
The ring has since been deemed 'missing' having not been returned by the police among Leanna's effects nor found in her room by Jacob (Joe-Warren Plant) who gave it to his ex.
As the service begins, Meena is playing with her sick token and panics when it comes off the necklace, rolls across the floor and lands right next to Leanna's grief-stricken dad Liam (Jonny McPherson)!
If Jacob were to spot it, the teenager would instantly realise that there has been foul play. When Leanna's body was taken by the police and her effects returned to Liam, her ring was not among her belongings and wasn't in her room either.
Is killer Meena about to get rumbled?
Elsewhere, Jamie Tate (Alex Lincoln) meets up with his ex, Andrea (Anna Nightingale), to talk about why he and his mum Kim (Claire King) are estranged.
Jamie fails to tell the truth – that Kim found out he'd been poisoning her and cast him out – and invents his own explanation.
Will Andrea find out she's been lied to by Jamie when she confronts Kim?
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