Smith, both from the university's Drama Department, "were queer", but it was pretty much "unspoken".
John has stolen Colin's identity to apply for the job as John's criminal record, which he got due to kidnapping Rosie Webster Helen Flanagan inprevented him from doing so. The day after John starts his new post as Colin, Brian calls to say that "Colin" has left his mobile phone at school and that he is on his way round to the house to drop it off.
When he arrives, he invites himself in and Fiz Jennie McAlpine and John worry as they try to hide their true identity within their own house.
Brian returns to the Street in Octoberwhen he knocks on John's door to tell him that Colin's mother had contacted the school for his details in order to reunite with him.
John is forced to lie to Brian, first claiming that he had fallen out with his mother. He calls John by his name in front of Brian and, after Owen leaves, John tells Brian that he has had to change his name because he had witnessed a murder and was in hiding from a gangland boss.
Brian agrees to keep John's secret. Brian keeps winking at John whenever he is speaking to him and John tells him to stop, in case it draws attention to him.
It isn't long before an attraction develops between Brian and Julie and they start dating. John, terrified that his deception will be uncovered, tries to sabotage their relationship.
When Brian and Julie have a romantic meal at a restaurant, John calls Brian's ex-wife and she later shows up and Brian is forced to tell Julie he is married. Brian spends the night at the Stapes' and hides when Julie calls at the house.
John then convinces Brian to go back to his ex-wife and give his marriage a second chance and he leaves. He returns in Junequestioning Fiz over John's crimes and recent disappearance. Julie sees Brian at Number 5 but angrily storms out after how he left her, though she later admits to Fiz that her feelings for him remain.
Brian soon follows her back to the Street and asks her out, with a delighted Julie accepting. In FebruaryJulie discovered she was pregnant, and Brian being the father. However, she didn't know that Brian had previously had a vasectomy. When she discovers this, Brian accuses her of cheating on him and being unfaithful.
Julie is adamant that she had not been with anyone else and that Brian is the actual father, which was true. He then apologises to Julie for not believing her and they resume their relationship.
Julie discovers that she is not pregnant but has a growth, which led to a positive pregnancy test. To remove the growth Julie has both of her ovaries removed, which means that she cannot have biological children, which both Brian and Julie are upset about. It was revealed on 18 February that Gunn's contract would not be renewed and the character departed on 18 December He knocks on the front door of the flat that he and Julie used to live in.
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