Billy faces a desperate race against time
Published Jul 17 2012, 00:01 BST | By Daniel Kilkelly The last part of this episode will be a live broadcast.
Billy is terrified that he is going to miss his big Olympic moment following the mishap on the train. After a while, however, the vehicle starts moving again and Billy is given hope that he won't miss out after all. When the football team finally arrives back in Walford, they find that the police are waiting for them. Billy tries his hardest to convince the police to let him go, but in the end, Anthony is forced to create a diversion so that Billy can make a run for it!
At the same time, a frantic Lola fears that she'll be in deep trouble with the authorities for breaking her curfew, so she insists that nobody at McKlunkey's should call an ambulance for her. Soon afterwards, Jay inadvertently draws Cora's attention to what's going on by stealing some blankets from the charity shop. Cora then takes control of the situation at the burger bar, guiding Lola through the labour and assuring her that she'll be a great mother.
Later, Billy finally gets his moment of glory as he carries the torch through cheering crowds. William and Janet are among those watching, but Billy is disappointed that he can't see Lola. Once Billy has carried out his long-awaited opportunity, Fatboy informs him what is going on with Lola. Billy then arrives just in time to see Lola give birth to a baby girl!
Meanwhile, Lucy finds out that a man on the Square is looking for Ian. She immediately accuses Tanya of phoning social services. Tanya denies this, but can see how much Lucy is struggling when she sees the state of the Beale house. Soon afterwards, the pair are interrupted by the man from earlier, who turns out to be a bailiff. The man vows to start repossessing unless Ian's debt is paid within the next two days. Oblivious to the reality of the situation, Tanya advises Lucy to call Ian and tell him to sort it out.
Elsewhere, Max quizzes Alfie on whether he has ever been tempted to cheat, while Kat is fuming when her secret lover fails to meet her at the flat as arranged, having been delayed by the incident on the train.
Lola demands that no-one calls an ambulance.