Matt urges Brenda to delay payment on various bills. Things aren't looking good unless they sell one of their properties.
David's not sure about Ruth's suggestion of a party to celebrate a return to normality but David's not sure. Ruth tries to get Adam to persuade him but David is anxious about being called as a witness to court and leaves.
Adam talks to Ruth about the new cropping for the dairy at Home Farm. Ruth's not too enthusiastic but sympathises on what a big decision it must have been. David appears with some good news. The thugs in court have all pleaded guilty so he doesn't have to be a witness. He's ready for that party now.
After seeing flustered Vicky in the shop, Brenda visits her at home but Vicky's still not herself. Brenda tries to talk about the baby but Vicky's mind is focussed on her hospital appointment the next day.
Darrell's frustrated at being kept from going to the Walters' and Matt's annoyed that he's just not getting the hint. Their cashflow problem means that a property needs to sold, and he's got the Walters' house in mind so he wants Darrell to do something to encourage them to move on.