Ambridge residents have gathered in The Bull for the comedy night. While Kirsty waits for Helen to come back from speaking to her friend, Ifty comes over and sits with her. They flirt from the start and have a good evening together. At the end of the night, Ifty asks Kirsty out and she accepts.
Fallon is delighted that Jolene and Kenton are back from their holiday, but she’s also feeling nervous about the comedy night. Fallon tells Rhys she really appreciates all that he’s done and admits that she enjoys working with him.
Unfortunately the majority of people at the pub fail to enjoy Tug Fowler’s comedy performance. Fallon’s embarrassment is compounded by the thought she may have lost some of The Bull’s regular customers. Kenton, however, reassures Fallon by telling her that Rhys has given a free drink to any customers left unhappy. Fallon confesses she doesn’t know what she would do without Rhys.
WRITER: Mary Cutler
DIRECTOR: Rosemary Watts