The Irish Mail on Sunday - TV Week - - MOVIE OF THE WEEK -

It It’s strate­gic moves as Callum de­cides to side with th the Fa­heys and helps them in their fight with Jane. Sh Show­ing im­pres­sive in­sight, he fig­ures out, with so some per­sua­sion and help from Zoe and Jo, that the be best way to get his mother to do his bid­ding is to ge get back on good terms with her.

Dan bumps into Carol on the street and tells her th that he hasn’t given up on Yvonne. As they share a laugh Yvonne spots them and is fu­ri­ous. She conti tin­ues her games and ad­mits to Carol that she di didn’t sleep with any­one else. Carol ex­plains to D Dan that Yvonne be­lieves he is hav­ing an af­fair and that Yvonne didn’t have a one-night stand at all. She is­sues a stern warn­ing to Dan not to in­volve her any fur­ther in the ro­man­tic mess.

For Louise and Decco, love’s young dream comes to a mu­tual con­clu­sion – with a sweet end­ing in­volv­ing texts and flow­ers.

Callum con­tin­ues his clever ma­nip­u­la­tion of Jane and con­vinces her to re­tract her state­ment. Jane is up­set when she fig­ures out Callum’s mo­ti­va­tion for get­ting all pally with her. Jo (be­low left, played by Rachel Sarah Murphy) feels guilty about in­volv­ing the chil­dren in the adults’ messy an­tics and steps in to of­fer support to Jane.

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