Coming up in Carrigstown: Katy is defiant, Callum is very much in someone's debt and a newlywed returns.
After Eoghan sees her in the park with Laura - and a resulting showdown at home - Katy blurts out that she is gay. Eoghan and Debbie's reaction to her coming out leaves Katy reeling, and later in the week Laura is dragged into the feud when Katy stays with her. Will Katy go back to her family?
The heat really is on for Callum when he finds out that the police are investigating the attack on O'Rourke. The trouble magnet then finds himself in the company of a stranger, Robbie Quinn, who buys him a drink - and then tells him he is a friend of O'Rourke's and knows what Callum did. In exchange for his silence, Quinn wants something from Callum. By the end of the week Callum has seen a lot more of the Gardaí than even he expected - and that debt still isn't paid.
There's more soul-searching for the seriously ill Christy, who tells Sean that he will have sole ownership of the shop after his passing. Sean's reaction is not what Christy expects and soon there's a surprise for both men when Christy's newlywed daughter Farrah arrives home from New Zealand with husband Max in tow. She wastes no time in making her wishes known. New cast member Caroline Harvey, who plays Farrah, told RTÉ TEN: "Farrah is such a strong character and isn't afraid to speak her mind, so I am really looking forward to playing her. I'm looking forward to putting my stamp on the character and I hope the audience at home will enjoy watching as the story unfolds."