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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?

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