Still reeling from the death of his girlfriend Yvonne, Jordan is looking for answers. As he's leaving a young offender's institute he's approached by a prison office who is desperate for his help. Yvonne's accused attacker, Nylon, has been found fighting for his life and Jordan faces a major dilemma. Will he save the life of the person who killed Yvonne? When he meets Nylon's rather difficult mother, Faith, Jordan realises there's more to the boy's story than meets the eye. Can he put the pieces together and discover the truth? The drama continues as an adoption scandal plagues Mrs Brown's Boys at 9.40. It's not ours, we swear.
Casualty. BBC1: 8.50pm
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