Harry and Fallon decide they need a break. Kenton recommends the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, which sounds like a fun and suitably cheap getaway. Fallon is particularly enthusiastic when Harry suggests taking the camper van. She thinks the close quarters could offer some romantic potential...
Tracy is upset with Emma for talking to the police about her suspicions regarding Keith’s involvement in the Brookfield fire. Tracy refuses to believe that her brother would deliberately endanger the Archer family and refers to Emma as a vindictive liar. She tries to get Susan to join her in confronting Emma, but Susan advises that an argument would not make Emma change her mind.
Unable to contain her anger any longer, Tracy bursts into Rickyard Cottage. She accuses Emma of making up a spiteful and malicious fantasy. Tracy adds that Emma will take the responsibility should anything happen to Keith.
A shaken Emma seeks solace from her mother. Susan attempts to be supportive, but she ends up questioning Emma’s judgement. Susan reminds Emma that she felt sure that Ed was George’s father, but was wrong about that. If Emma has the smallest doubt about Keith, Susan says she needs to withdraw the accusation.
WRITER: Graham Harvey
DIRECTORS: Julie Beckett and Jenny Stephens