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13 minutes
First broadcast:
Monday 08 October 2012

Emma tells Ed that she can't wait to have her wages again. She's concerned that it's Susan's birthday soon and they can't afford much. Ed searches through the cupboards for something appetising for his meal but struggles. Emma asks Ed to approach Oliver for money. Ed refuses.

Rhys is in Wales and The Bull is quiet. Kenton can tell that Fallon's feeling fed up. Fallon just wonders what's next for her in life. Kenton feels the same, revealing that he's struggling to settle back into Jaxx. Lynda arrives to enlist them both into her Christmas auditions. Kenton makes plenty of excuses.

Ed helps David with rehanging a gate. Ed confides in him that the dairy farming business is bleak. David offers Ed a sympathetic ear whenever he needs it.

Lynda is directing Kenton on the floral planting outside The Bull, insisting that they're kept to standard to reflect the village's success in Britain in Bloom. Satisfied, she leaves him to find more cast.

Fallon catches Ed scoffing on a chocolate bar and she warns him that Lynda's on the hunt. Fallon senses that something's wrong. Ed reveals that he's finding business tough and hates it when Will flashes his money around. Ed just can't see a way out.


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