As Jason (Ryan Thomas) leans precariously on the unstable balcony, David (Jack P Shepherd) starts to have second thoughts about his sabotage and heads over. Jason's bragging to Todd (Bruno Langley) and Becky (Katherine Kelly) about how he's the real boss of the business and he has to put up with Bill (Peter Armitage) - "the old codger". Bill's listening to Jason's rant and decides to sneak up on him and give him a shock. However as he jumps back surprised to see his boss he falls on the loosened railing and falls down to the street crushed by the scaffolding poles. Becky, Todd, Bill and a horrified David watch on in shock as Jason's rushed to hospital and Sarah's (Tina O' Brien) dismayed when the doctor tells him he won't be able to walk for a while and shouldn't make any plans for the next few weeks! Will they ever make it down the aisle? Elsewhere, Roy (David Neilson) admits that he doesn’t feel as passionate about the volunteer scheme as Hayley (Julie Hesmonhalgh) does and will be happy keeping the home fires burning while Hayley fulfils her dream. She take some persuading but when she comes to the rescue to help Jason she realises how much she enjoys helping others, and eventually agrees to go and bids an emotional farewell to Roy and Becky (Katherine Kelly) as she embarks on her journey. How will Roy manage without his wife? Meanwhile, Fiz (Jennie McAlpine) is pleasantly surprised when she receives flowers from John (Graeme Hawley) at work and Sally (Sally Whittaker) can't help but feel jealous. However, John gets a surprise of his own when Rosie (Helen Flanagan) informs him that she has decided to return to school. But not to Oakhill, she is going back to Weatherfield High so they can see each other every day! John asserts that he can't see her if she's a student at his school but Rosie's confident that they can continue with their affair as long as they don't get caught…Has John bitten off more than he can chew with Rosie? Will he risk loosing his job over her?