Playing the new-found mum role with aplomb, Jackie (played by Carrie Crowley) tries to get Neil (Conall Keating) to seek professional help after he flies off the handle with Wayne. Failing to step into the parental zone with much aplomb is Pete, who remains unconvinced when Jackie mentions Neil’s mental health.
It’s time to put the shouting on the street and near- death experiences behind us – Paul and Niamh have finally buried the hatchet. But Niamh confides that she needs to be on her own, having been in relationships since she was sixteen. Meanwhile Debbie tries to ease Michael’s heartache, telling him that he will get over it and meet someone else.
Max loses his job with Pete when h he tells him he can’t work evenings a and things get even worse when he c confesses to Renée that he was with C Christy when he died. He begs her to k keep it to herself but Renée thinks he is being a coward not telling Farrah a and gives him an ultimatum, either he te tells her or she will.
Leo’s latest phase is amateur detecti tive. With Kerri-Ann (pictured, played b by Jenny Dixon), he finds a strange so social services ID card and there’s no g giving up until he gets to the bottom o of the mystery. Go Leo, go!