Gary Windass (Mikey North) dropped by Nicola Rubinstein’s (Nicola Thorpe) flat this evening, as he is still helping her hide Seb Franklin (Harry Visinoni).
With Faye Windass (Ellie Leach) in the car outside, Seb was eager to get out and see his girlfriend.
Later in Roy’s Rolls, a passing Daniel Osbourne (Rob Mallard) handed Faye something that Gary had dropped on his way to the bathroom — Seb’s HIV medicine.
This prescription tipped Faye off to Seb’s whereabouts, thereby realising where Seb is hiding.
Meanwhile, Pat visited Steve McDonald (Simon Gregson) to see his wife Eileen Phelan (Sue Cleaver).
Whilst talking to Steve, he overheard Faye booking a cab to Nicola’s flat.
Upon arriving at the flat, Seb buzzed Faye through the lobby door, however Pat was waiting around the corner, and followed her in.
You even think about eating my wife’s cake you’re a dead man
Interrogating her on what she was doing at Nicola’s flat, Pat escorted Faye up to the front door.
Realising what was going on, Nicola reacted quickly by hiding Seb, and faking issues with her baby, claimed she was bleeding.
This left Faye and Seb to be reunited in Nicola’s flat, unbeknownst to Pat.
At the hospital, Pat was worried for his future grandchild’s health, and asked Nicola to move in with him.
Determined that Pat will eventually let his guard down, Nicola agreed to the move, despite Gary’s apprehension.
Meanwhile, Gary told Faye that Nicola moving in with Pat was the only way to keep Seb safe until Anna Windass (Debbie Rush) was released from prison.
These events followed Pat threatening Steve over a pack of sticky buns, saying: “If you dare touch my wife’s cakes, you’re a dead man.”
Coronation Street continues Monday at 7.30pm on ITV.