Who’s that Girl?
At the factory Liam offers Kelly and Vikki overtime, which they agree to. Rosie then arrives to the office as if nothing had ever happened between her and Liam. Hayley rushes into the factory to talk to Liam about her trip to Africa. Liam urges her to sit down and calm down.
Fizz and Maria are walking down the talking when Maria is sees Liam come out of the factory with a very attractive blonde woman whom he kisses goodbye. At the same time, he sees Maria. Before he has chance to go over and explain, he is called back in the factory to answer a call.
Maria and Fizz are having lunch in the cafe. Maria is feeling very stupid as she thinks Liam is seeing the woman he kissed outside the factory. Fizz explains she should just ask Liam who the mystery woman is.
Maria goes into the pub, heads straight to Michelle and asks if they have any blonde female relatives. Michelle says they haven’t but does look a little confused by the question.
Someone really needs to tell Maria, just to concentrate on her life and goals instead of worrying about men all the time. I guess it is easier said than done.
Liam then enters the pub and sees Maria, he explains the woman was a buyer who he’s trying to keep happy and it was a business meeting. Maria pretends as if she doesn’t care – the Liam seems upset that she doesn’t care. He says he would be upset if he saw Maria kissing another man. She perks up and says it did, indeed bother her and tells her he’ll do anything to make it up.
At this point, I think of the Cadbury commercial with the Devil and say out load – ANYTHING??
Rain in Africa
Is Hayley the new Emily?
Hayley and Roy and in the café and she reveals the phone call was someone from a volunteer group they have been in touch with offering them a place to travel to Mozambique. That evening! Roy decides that it would be impossible to pack up their lives and leave in 24 hours. Hayley agrees but is unconvinced. Roy the suggests they use it as a test run for when another opportunity comes up when they will be able to leave. The volunteer group had told Hayley the next project wouldn’t go ahead until 2014.
Behind the counter Roy has broken the news about the possible trip to Becky. She becomes very excited and seems to think it is final. She perks up wonders about the possibility pay raise/promotion.
At the factory Liam is very understanding about Hayley’s plans. He does mention how much they will miss her but says she has to do what she has to do. Wow, has Maria already changed Liam into someone more calm?
Hayley gets off the phone and it turns out that a volunteer spot has been taken and they won’t get to go after all. But it is Becky who seems more upset at the thought she won’t be able to run the café on her own.
Roy suggests to a very sad looking Hayley, maybe she should go to Africa on her own.
Just call him Pinocchio
John is on the Street when his mobile phone rings, it’s Rosie. He claims he can’t talk because he’s in the staff room at work. Rosie is suspicious as it’s half term holidays. Rosie’s suspicions are confirmed when she steps out of her front door and can see him, right in front of her. Argh!! He infuriates me.
Gail enters the cafe and sits down at a table where David is eating his breakfast. David claims that he doesn’t care about the wedding or any of his family at all, he’s happy on his own. Okay, psycho.
David wonders up to the yard where Bill and Jason work. He sees that the lock on the gate is open and walks in. In his psycho voice he says, “Bad move boys” and lets himself in.
He goes into the office and sees the light on the answering machine. He listens to it and then deletes it and smiles.
He sees some type of wrench and walks around. He goes outside on the scaffold and it gives him an idea. He begins to loosen the nuts and bolts of the scaffolding with the wrench and leaves the building looking smug and satisfied.
Bill and Jason return from lunch to find no messages on the machine. Jason goes out onto the scaffolding and is leaning on the part that David has loosened. A van pulls up and asks for directions, Jason leans in to talk to him. Unknown to him, the rail slightly shifts. Bill is on the phone to the man whose message was deleted by David. The van leaves and Jason turns around looking at Bill – leaning on the rails.
In Other News:
Violet has felt the baby kick and Sean is thinking he wants to be more than a donor.
Sally is still going on and on about John to her work mates.
Kirk and Chesney are eating cereal stuck off on old plates.