Jane's blackmail of Paul reaches a head this week and he is left disgusted by her actions but he is adamant that he won't give her any money but can he stand firm when she threatens to ruin his marriage?
Callum is devastated about Jane's illness and Niamh does her best to cheer him up. When he finds a suspicious looking envelope in the hall, with Niamh's name on it, he opens it just to realise its empty. A relieved Paul realises that he has no other option than to go along with Jane's plan so hands over a cheque for the money she wants. Now that she has her money, will she say goodbye to Carrigstown for good?
It's not all plain sailing for Paul even after paying Jane as when Niamh realises that he's dipped into their savings she is furious, it's only when she sees how happy Callum is now with the thought of his mother getting treated that she backs down and makes Paul promise never to keep secrets from her again.
Damien convinces Caoimhe to make Judith give Ama another chance at interviewing for a job, Caoimhe accepts the blame for Ama missing her first interview and when she is offered the job they all celebrate together.
Zumo is broke and rings his brother to see if he will sell some of their dodgy booze to get some extra cash but Decco isn't up for getting involved in any illegal activities. When Decco decides to try and sell the stuff to Goo-Eyes, things don't go smoothly and Goo-Eyes threatens Decco and makes off with the booze to sell it himself.
Elsewhere, Charlie and Esther are left disappointed when they hear that Jess's parents want TJ and Lily to move in with them instead, Carol suspects that Yvonne isn't coping as well as she likes to make out and Dan agrees that she seems worse than ever, Tommy doesn't impress Judith when he reveals his plan to become a taxi driver and Wayne suggests that he and Orla need some boundaries in the work place.