Meanwhile, Gabriel is settling in nicely to the area, albeit by sleeping in his shop. He is an immediate hit with the locals and there's just one person who is seething at his success - Fraser. Stella is delighted she helped Gabriel out in the shop as her goodwill sees him recommending her for a job in the Oyster Café. After a successful trial run Gina offers Stella a permanent job. Stella is really excited and shares her good news with Deek. Fraser catches his chance to wind Deek up and imply that Gabriel and Stella are maybe connecting on a romantic level. It looks like Fraser is hoping to create a few more enemies for Gabriel.
Hayley is now in charge of Just Gordon and when chairing her first meeting with the staff, makes it clear that they are all still friends and she doesn't want anything to change. Gordon tells her later that this was a bad move and she has to be firm. With Hayley struggling with the book-keeping, she decides she has to employ someone to do the accounts for her - but Gordon points out that means one thing - she has to lose a current member of staff. It's Charlie who gets the bullet but Hayley has proven she is in control. Now Gordon has offered his words of wisdom to Hayley it is time for him to leave Shieldinch. But with tensions between him and Jack still high, it's going to take a lot for Hayley to wish him well.
Scarlett and Jimmy are full steam ahead with the baby making and both are pretty worn out from all the effort. Scarlett asks Ruth for advice but when Ruth arrives at the Tall Ship to give her a helpful leaflet, Molly is there and overhears. She is surprised at Scarlett's plans and warns her all the women in their family experienced an early menopause. Scarlett panics but with Ruth's advice she realises she will just have to take it easy and see what happens.