odd looks like a different man when heõs not consumed with bitterness, and Billy appears to have brought out the best in him. Theyõre getting on brilliantly and, wanting to take their relationship to the next level, Todd books a posh hotel room.
Unfortunately, Sean overhears Todd telling Tracy about the room and, in a jealous rage, he cancels it. However, when Eva finds out, she demands he call back and rebook it.
Billy doesn’t seem fazed when Todd explains he’s got them a double room, but the flames of passion fizzle out when the florist jokes about the vicarõs religion.
Ôtodd says he was worried that
TBilly wouldnõt be up for this,õ explains Daniel Brocklebank, who plays the loved-up cleric. ÔHE thought heõd still be Òunder the Bishopõs petticoatsó and that really annoys Billy.õ
Billy backs off and a frustrated Todd complains that a relationship without sex isnõt for him, before storming out.
Back home, Billy moans to Eva that he may have ruined the best relationship heõs ever had.
The next day, Todd apologises and all is well Ð until he comes home and has a row with
Eileen. Sheõs on cloud nine because Phelan has given her a fancy job title on his big building project. Unable to stand by and watch Phelan fleece his family, Todd declares heõs shacking up with Billy. When Sean hears this, he asks Eileen if he can move back in.
At the rectory, Todd gets some DVDS and is hoping for a romantic night in when Billy announces that he feels itõs too soon for them to live together. How will Todd take it?
Todd and Billy fall out over sex and religion. Can they patch things up?
Todd’s sarcastic comments could put his romance with Billy to bed
Executive sweet: Phelan builds up his gullible girlfriend’s dreams