Rachel is upset as she talks to Callum about confessing to driving the car and the realisation that Doug could end up in prison sinks in. Callum pleads with her not to tell Niamh and Paul. The realisation hits home with Doug, that unless he can get Charlotte, Rachel or Callum to change their story and tell the truth about the accident, he is doomed.
Elsewhere, Paddy asks Vivienne out for dinner and flattered she accepts. During the meal Vivienne suggests that it’s time for Connor’s family to take over and Paddy mentions that he will get in touch with his brother. Vivienne admits to Charlotte and Zumo that her friendship with Paddy is growing stronger. Paddy gives Connor one more chance to stop drinking on condition that he contacts his brother and Connor agrees.
Meanwhile, Ama is insistent that she pays her own way when she receives a letter from her solicitor offering €10,000 as compensation from the McCormacks which she decides to accept. Damien is disappointed when Laura mentions Ama’s plans to move into Wayne’s room. Damien is confused about Ama’s feeling for him and when he asks her about her plans to move to Wayne’s room she reveals that her religious beliefs would only allow them to share a bed once they were married.
Later in the week, sparks fly as Amelia continues with her customer feedback and suggestions at the Hungry Pig. Amelia is condescending in her approach with Jo which riles her more, much to Niamh’s enjoyment. Amelia continues to be tough on Jo; Bob forces her into taking Amelia for a drink to integrate her into Carrigstown life. Jo flys off the handle at Amelia, when she can’t take another snide remark.
Also, Luke discusses how he misses his children and how he and Judith would love Canada. But Judith insists she needs to get Tommy sorted first before they’ll be able to leave.