This week in Carrigstown, Paul tells Niamh he intends to hire Michael, while Bob is furious with the lack of progress in the case against Armstrong.
It’s Easter Sunday. Bob is impressed when Judith musters up the courage to leave the house. When Tommy learns about Caoimhe and Judith’s lunch date, he concocts a plan. He walks in for a coffee while Judith, Bob and Caoimhe are having lunch. Judith loses the plot when she gets another phone call from her stalker. Bob escorts an upset Judith out.
Elsewhere, Paul tells Niamh he intends to hire Michael full-time in the garage. Niamh is uncomfortable with the thought of her affair lingering around her and realises she has strong feelings for Michael. Niamh senses an opportunity to get Michael out of her life, when Decco reveals that Michael had problems in his last job.
Meanwhile, Yvonne regrets asking Dan for his help, as she is still annoyed by Caoimhe’s hurtful remarks. Dan insists it has nothing to with him; as he was only doing her a favour. However, Yvonne sees Dan’s hesitation to get involved, as Dan not caring about her.
Later in the week, Bob is furious with the lack of progress in the case against Armstrong. Garda Maguire explains it’s not that easy to arrest someone and quizzes Judith on who else would have a set of keys to her flat. Caoimhe is the only other person known to Judith. Bob worries about Tommy being the one to change Judith’s locks. Judith plays down Bob’s suspicions of Tommy and assures him she is okay.
Also, Dan keen to fix things with Yvonne and buys her flowers. Yvonne admires the flowers until she goes to read the message on the card attached. She is infuriated to discover it’s blank. She throws back the flowers in Dan’s face for not taking the time to write down how he feels for her. Dan insists he was saying it with flowers.