Martha brushes it off, telling him it was nothing major, but that she still wants him to live at the farm with her, but he's hesitant. She assures him things will not be awkward, and after considering, he accepts. Colleen learns of the arrangement and wonders if Martha should be rushing into a relationship so soon.
Colleen mentions this to Alf in passing, prompting Alf to visit Liam, warning him to be careful with Martha, as she is fragile. Unsure, Liam checks with Martha that everything is okay, and she assures him it is – what she wants is for him to move in.
Tony is in a bind, trying to decide whether to sell the remainder of his share in the Gym to John Palmer. After being asked by Rachel, Gina agrees to talk to John to try to smooth things over. When she does, things are tense and awkward between them, John has been giving Gina space since Hugo's death.
John doesn't think Tony has the stomach for business, but Gina tells him if Tony leaves, many of their members might also. When he sees Gina and John talking, Tony isn't impressed, and less so when he learns Rachel asked Gina to speak with John.
Rachel tells Tony she doesn't want him to sell, but Tony isn't sure what he wants to do. He and John talk, both wanting to make peace, and eventually reach a gruff truce.
Angelo, ready to move forward with the next phase of his relationship with Charlie, is keen to start looking for a house together. But Charlie isn't as keen – she's not ready at all.
Angelo floats the idea that it might be easier to buy a place than rent, but Charlie gets flustered at the mention of this and takes off, leaving Angelo to wonder what is going on with her. He realises she is stressing over the prospect of moving in together, which is confirmed when Charlie admits to him that she doesn't want anything to change between them, but she's just not ready to move in yet.