Caoimhe vows to take her revenge against whoever told Zak about Tommy’s affair this week. While Zak is unable to forgive his dad and tells him he wishes to go back to his old school in Kilkenny.
Decco is trying to cope with life on the outside, and not succeeding. Though Caoimhe and the Bishops rally around, he’s continuing to try to isolate himself. On Wednesday, he says that he’s sick of Caoimhe’s delusions about the criminal world. On Thursday, Decco gets a break when Bob finally gives in to Sash and offers him a job at the Hungry Pig. But, with Caoimhe determined to sabotage his efforts to stay on the straight and narrow, just how long will he last?
Everything seems to be going Charlotte’s way this week: it looks like Rachel is going to take the fall for her conniving; Caoimhe’s offered to give her maths grinds; and she’s been asked on a date. But is everything a little too good to be true?
Finally, Dermot is finding it difficult to deal with Ben’s tantrums. On Thursday, Ben’s behaviour threatens to ruin his birthday party. But is it really Jo’s fault that Dermot is unable to control his son? Or is he just plain useless?