With Bob and Judith due home soon, Tommy realises that his time in Judith's apartment is coming to an end and he's feeling the strain of lying to Jane about his whereabouts.
Using the excuse of being away on a lad's weekend, Tommy does his best to keep his trespassing a secret from Jane, but when she catches him leaving Judith's apartment he is forced to lie and tell her that Judith asked him to keep an eye on the place.
When Judith and Bob return to Carrigstown she can't help but feel like there's been someone in her home as she suspects some of her things have been moved. Bob tells her not to worry, that she's imagining things, but later on, when Tommy goes back to the flat to see if he left his credit card behind, and the happy couple arrive home, will he be caught red handed?
Ever since the baby shower Wayne has been acting strangely and Orla's concern grows and she wonders if he's just feeling left out. Orla confides her worry to Dolores who in turn accuses Wayne of being too selfish and gives out to him for not accepting the baby. This does nothing to put Wayne at ease and he feels betrayed when he realises Orla went to his mother about their problems instead of talking to him.
After a talk with Jo, Wayne gets an idea in his head that they should pack up and leave Carrigstown for good, but will Orla want to start afresh somewhere new? Before a decision is reached, Tommy and Wayne end up having a chat about children and Wayne, feeling guilty, decides that maybe Tommy deserves to know the truth. Wayne's guilt is a lot for Orla to handle so just how will the pair get through this sticky situation?
Meanwhile, it's Cass' birthday party and Niamh urges him to reconcile his differences with Sean in time for the celebrations, but will they make up and enjoy a good night together or are they just too stubborn to back down? Decco enlists Caoimhe's help in convincing the housing officer to allow him to stay in the family home, but with Vivienne's name on the lease, their excuses just might not cut it. Paul's attitude towards Kerri-Ann makes Niamh all the more determined to give her a proper trial at the salon.