Paddy and Rhona end up having a heart-to-heart, agreeing that they need to talk more. Laurel and Rhona then start sniping at one another and Laurel suddenly bursts into tears. She confides in Rhona that she has been selfish by uprooting her whole family, and she doesn't know if being with Marlon is the right thing for her or the family. Marlon walks in to see Laurel in tears and later asks what's bothering her, but she shuts him down.
Meanwhile, Chas is numb with shock when she discovers that Tracey took her own life after being given a five-year sentence. Back in the village, Cameron tells Jimmy that he needs money to cover Chas's legal fees, and Jimmy considers whether he should offer to help. Later in the café, Cameron acts surprised when Jimmy offers £5,000 to help with Chas's legal team. Cameron visits a defeated Chas, explaining about the money from Jimmy, but Chas is terrified that she might get convicted and leaves Cameron wracked with guilt.
Elsewhere, Gennie is pleased as Nikhil gives her the sales manager job and promises that he'll look after Molly when she works, while Cain is stood up by Moira when she struggles to deal with Adam's questions about where she's heading off to.