FAIR CITY

LUST AT FIRST SIGHT

The Irish Mail on Sunday - TV Week - - RADIO WEEK -

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.

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