Darrell congratulates Chris on his Borchester Life article, and wishes he was in the same league. With a lovely wife and perfect job, Chris is set up for life, while Darrell's scratching round for work. Chris encourages Darrell to get in touch with Amside. Their consortium will be converting the paper mill in Gilbert's Cross, so there should be plenty of work going.
Darrell mentions his predicament to Neil, who sympathises with Darrell's wish to use his skills rather than do any old labour. But Neil doesn't know of any work, other than the project that Amside is taking on. Darrell accepts it's a possibility if nothing else comes up.
Tom collects rejuvenated Pat and Tony from the airport. They are full of stories about their holiday in Gran Canaria.
When they arrive home, Pat and Tony are impressed by how Tom has handled things. But both are shocked when he suggests using a non-organic supplier for the ready meals. Pat can't believe that Tom is prepared to betray the principles of Bridge Farm. Tom can't understand her unwillingness to move forward. They briefly reference the horsemeat scandal. Both try to hide their conflict from Tony, but he suspects there is more going on.
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