In case you missed it this week, let us explain.
It appeared as though Phil’s life was on the verge of ending after making an enemy in prison.
Kat admits to Phil that she was going to sign the bar over during their conversation, but Phil is having none of it and says he’s back and in charge.
Phil pledges her to secrecy for her own safety, and Kat realizes that she must have struck a deal for him to get out of jail.
Phil has already stirred up a lot of controversy since his return, but will he learn the truth about Sam’s scheme?
No one knew that Phil had signed the arrangement with DI Keeble to become a police informant, therefore he was released because his friends and family believed he had been murdered.
Let us explain in case you missed it this week.
After making a foe in prison, it seemed as though Phil’s life was about to end.
Because no one was aware that Phil had signed the agreement with DI Keeble to work as a police informant, he was freed because his loved ones thought he had been killed.
We’re not talking about spring cleaning; rather, the Mitchell Empire has been left in a bit of a mess by Kat, Sharon, and Sam.
Sam worries that her brother will discover her plans to destroy the entire company as Phil makes a toast to Peggy.