When the police visit Holdgate Farm Carl manages to answer their questions about Paul's death but he has more problems with his own conscience and decides he must tell Siobhan what happened. Carl makes his way to Siobhan's but is intercepted by his brothers who convince him not to speak to Siobhan about what happened. Will Carl's conscience allow him to keep quiet about his hand in Paul's untimely death? Meanwhile, a devastated Siobhan begins to blame herself for Paul's death, having been out the night that he died. Marlon comforts her as she struggles to make sense of what happened has to her husband. Edna is feeling down after being told by a social worker that she cannot return home until she is more mobile. Forced to practise using a Zimmer frame, Edna feels that she has been robbed of her dignity and independence.