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Fair City Dec 2 - 6

1 of 3 Jane works on Paul
Jane works on Paul
2 of 3 Niamh is freaked out when Rachel collapses
Niamh is freaked out when Rachel collapses
3 of 3 Yvonne is very pleased with her date
Yvonne is very pleased with her date

This week in Carraigstown Jane plays happy familiies with Paul, while Rachel is horrified when a drunken photo of her is posted online.

Paul feels coerced into spending time with Jane and he warns her about thinking she is playing happy families and he reminds her he is there for Callum’s sake and not hers. On the way back from the pub Callum heads into the shop leaving them alone. Paul is thrown when Jane looks at him reassuringly and she mentions their kiss and says there is chemistry between them. Paul refuses to acknowledge her instead telling her to shut up and forget it.

Elsewhere, Rachel lies to Delores saying she is going out to a friend’s house, Melissa to do her homework. Delores wishes her well as Rachel sneaks a bottle of Vodka from the kitchen into her bag and slips out the door. Niamh is freaked out when she realises Rachel is missing from home when she gets back.

Meanwhile, Yvonne feels bad for snapping at Dan the day before when she refused to serve in him Vino’s, having gotten off on the wrong footing last week. She declares a peace offering and is all smiles when he calls in for a coffee. She notes with renewed confidence a message on her laptop from a man called Martin who has been pursuing her on the online dating site. Kerri-Ann calls in to see Mondo at work.

Rachel's phone buzzes; she has been sent a picture message from Jordan Slatterry. Rachel makes sure that Yvonne isn't looking before checking the message. She is shocked when she sees a photo of herself from the party passed out on the floor beside the toilet bowl. Callum urges Rachel to tell her parents about the photo on the internet of her passed out.

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