LUST AT FIRST SIGHT
Nora hands Robbie a box of letters she wrote to him when he was a child but they’re both unaware that Jane is watching on, fixated by the box and what’s in it.
After playing hard to get, Cathal eventually persuades Jane to join him for lunch in the Station to wind Robbie up. While there, they sneak into Robbie’s office in hope of finding the box Nora gave Robbie. They are caught red-handed by Robbie reading his letters. Later Jane and Cathal go for a drink (pictured) and she finds herself intrigued by him and the two end up spending the night together. Caoimhe is shocked when Hannah inadvertently offers relationship advice, which spurs her on to go with Emmet to Miriam’s meeting. Damien however is not impressed as Caoimhe passes up a romantic night at home to go to the meeting. Rhona’s nightmare isn’t over and, returning home, she realises someone’s been in the house when she finds flowers and sees a message in the steamed-up bathroom mirror. And who has left empty blister packs during the night? Will Paddy (above, with Rhona) and Marlon believe her fears or think she’s back on drugs? (Oh, please; not more drugs conversations!)
The producers have found another excuse for a scantily-clad female: when Ross takes a job as a sexy chauffeur for Debbie’s new clients, one of them appears half-dressed. I’m still not getting Ross as this hotbed of sexual passion. Maybe I need to go back to Specsavers.