There's a homecoming in the village. Meanwhile Alan offers some comfort.
Amy agrees to see her dad. Alan wishes Amy could have told him about Carl. Amy says she felt so foolish that she couldn't even say Carl's name. She should have known it was too good to be true. Alan comforts her. They were all taken in by Carl. Amy stresses she would never knowingly have an affair with a married man. Alan assures her he knows that.
Adam's homecoming coincides with noisy maypole practice outside. He jokes that it's fine as long as he doesn't have to join in. Alice wakes him when she visits, and it's clear he's not back to full strength. But he's quite happy for now to just sit and enjoy the view.
Tom and Brenda are flat out with the burger van. Brenda wishes heartily that Tom would keep his mind on the job, instead of answering his phone all the time to troubleshoot Bridge Farm issues. Frazzled Brenda tells him he's got to sort it out with his mum and dad. Tom reckons he can't afford the time he's spending on the van at the moment. With such good takings he can't afford not to either, but he might have someone in mind to do it for him.
Episode written by Caroline Harrington.
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