Jane piles the pressure on Dermot, who has to resort to pleading with Paul to step in. She sparks the ire of Zoe (below, played by Lauren Kinsella), who has noticed Dermot’s increasingly distracted state. Zoe tries to approach Jane about upsetting Dermot and the pair are spotted by Jo. Then it’s Jo’s turn to get upset when Dermot refuses to confide in her about what is going on.
For Pete and Doug, it’s a shocker when Jackie explains the real reason she disappeared all those years ago. Pete has sympathy for Jackie’s situation, but Doug has less empathy as old feelings long buried begin to surface.
How about a mini-break in Carrigstown, anyone? Charlie is taken aback by Cass’ carefree plans for their trip and begins to have second thoughts about the trip. Cass also admits he is unsure he is able for the adventure and comes up with an alternative idea. Instead of travelling the world, how about bringing the world to Carrigstown by setting up a B&B?
Carol meets Dan for the first time in weeks and, double trouble, has to admit to Eoghan that his ratings are low because customers prefer other taxi drivers. Time for Eoghan to reconsider his technique