Shula leads an obstinate Coco the donkey to her first Palm Sunday service, assuring Alan that the animal will be "bomb-proof".
With the roast in the oven, Jill prepares to leave for church when Elizabeth arrives. It's nice to see Jill back at the Aga but Elizabeth tells David it would have been nice to discuss Jill's move back to Brookfield first.
At church, Coco the donkey is being stubborn and drags Shula off, braying loudly. Meanwhile, Kenton and David chat about Elizabeth's disapproval of Jill moving back to Brookfield. Kenton wonders if Elizabeth wants Jill to live at Lower Loxley?
Elizabeth tells Kenton that surely Jill has earned a break in her old age. Nobody mentioned the possibility of Jill moving to Lower Loxley. After all, Elizabeth is the single mum with two teenage children. Kenton points out Elizabeth's mild hypocrisy. He thought Elizabeth was worried about Jill. Surely what's important is that Jill is happy.
Shula apologises to Alan for Coco's behaviour. She'd hoped for Dan's help but he'd been breaking in his new boots, having been accepted by one regiment and planning to visit another. Later, she tells Jill and David it doesn't matter how she feels. Dan just wants to be a soldier.
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