5/8; series three.
Outside, Tracy's three-year-old triplets are off in all directions; indoors, they're stir crazy. With their first day at nursery school approaching, clinical psychologist Dr Stephen Briers steps in to help Tracy take charge.
What's it like to join one of the country's biggest soaps? Joel Beckett and Jake Maskall - aka Jake and Danny Moon - get to grips with the mountain of scripts and the gruelling schedules as they film their first scenes. New.
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