In Fair City this week tension mounts between Decco and Zumo while Vivienne struggles to keep the family together.
The Bishops pack up their belongings to get ready for their move to Spain and Decco is feeling put out as the place is being stripped bare and when Eileen confronts him he admits that he doesn't want to move as he has a business to look after. She tries to convince him to leave with Zumo by telling him that the people of Carrigstown are not his friends. Tensions rise between Zumo and Decco however when Zumo realises that Decco doesn't want to go and he thinks his brother is turning his back on their family.
Vivienne looks forward to leaving the house behind her as it reminds her of Paddy and she is uncomfortable even being there so while she would love Decco to join them she is also proud of him for making a go of his business and not letting the shadow Paddy cast on their time in Carrigstown stop him.
Ray is emotional when he hears the new that they are leaving and admits that he blames himself for not fighting for her when Paddy came back to town.
Orla worries about what Wayne will do when they hear Maeve's dad is dying and he has to meet with her family. To make matters worse Dolores tells Wayne how much the wedding means to Maeve's father and Orla feels guilty when Dolores tells her that Maeve will only get through this time if she has Wayne's support.
Wayne feels backed into a corner and he tells a shocked Orla he has to go ahead with the wedding as Maeve is so vulnerable with her father ill. After spending time with Orla however he changes his mind again and realises it would be a mistake to get married.
As things heat up between Wayne and Orla they don't hear Maeve coming home early but will she catch them in the act?
The Brennan's collect the keys to their new home from Judith and are delighted with the extra space and move in straight away. They are every bit the happy family with Niamh even getting maternal with Callum. Niamh sees the new home as a fresh start and is delighted when Dolores gives her good feedback about Callum's work in the Helping Hand.
Callum rings his mother Jane and arranges to meet up with her, he is anxious when she hangs up the phone. Will she show up for their meetings or will he be left disappointed again?
Ama is worried that she is making Damien feel awkward in his own home and she wishes she could do something to change their living arrangements. When her visa arrives in the post she is delighted but Damien is saddened when he realises their time together is coming to an end.
When she is appointed to the Nursing Board and announces she is looking for somewhere else to live it really hits home to Damien that things between them are over for good and he tries to put on a brave face.
Elsewhere Leo is overwhelmed by Kerri-Ann's vivacious personality and he wonders what he's let himself in for.