Yvonne has another job for Farrell and he is livid as Yvonne continues to rub his nose in it.
Carol is shocked when Farrell has a proposition for her.
Judith feels awful when the Dillon girls make her feel guilty about not visiting Tommy. Luke decides Judith needs cheering up and brings her out for a drink but Judith only feels more lonely when nobody wants to join them.
Carol is worried as Leo is burning the candle at both ends trying to manage the taxi fares on his own. Dermot warns Leo of financial peril but Leo seems to have his head buried in the sand. When Dermot tips Paul off on Leo's financial troubles, Paul spots an opportunity for a deal.
Wayne is delighted that he and Maeve are getting on so well but Wayne starts to worry when he realises he'll have to reveal the many skeletons in the closet.
Written by Shona McCarthy
Paul is starting to feel guilty about the deal he made with Leo and Leo is forced to confront the fact that he has to start making drastic cuts, one of them being Carol's job.
Yvonne is keeping the pressure on as Farrell struggles to put her plan into action. Yvonne however is doing her own groundwork to make Carol's life a misery.
Luke suggests inviting the girls over for dinner to try and build some bridges and Judith is delighted when the girls agree. The evening doesn't go as Judith hoped though.
Wayne has dug himself a hole in trying to explain his past to Maeve and Paul and Sean are only too delighted to dig him in even deeper.
Written by Shona McCarthy
Leo is running on empty. Paul tells Leo he'll lend him a hand. Is Leo digging himself into a bigger money pit or is this the dig out he needs?
Judith is worried about Tommy's rehabilitation. Luke comes to the rescue with home renovations for Tommy and his wheelchair. After Pete and Dolores' brush off the other night Luke starts pushing Pete around.
Carol and Farrell are setting up home. Yvonne's scheme is going accordingly and she's delighted. Will their co-habitation go to plan?
Written by Gary Duggan
Episode 100 - Sunday 23rd June
Tommy rolls back into the Carrigstown. The Dillon's are putting on brave faces for their Dads sake. They're all playing happy families but Tommy has other games on his mind.
Zumo puts his cards on the table with Leo, but will Leo stick to Zumo's rules? Dermot tries to step in but Leo makes him back off and puts him in his place.
Wayne and Maeve's relationship is beginning to blossom after there's a bit of a mix up with a bunch of flowers.
Carol leaves Jack in Farrell's capable hands when she needs to earn a quick buck. Farrell's desperate for a fix and makes other plans. Yvonne steps in and seizes her opportunity.
Written by Carmel Callan
Location Director - Teresa Smith
Director - Eleanor Cunney