Monday, 30 May
Chelsea’s keen to enjoy some space now her Uncle Gary has moved out. But Tracy asks her instead if she’d mind Jazzer moving in. Chelsea doesn’t think it’s a good idea. Tracy points out it would help them financially, but Chelsea counters that she’s sure Tracy will get a new job, so it will all be fine as it is. Jazzer seeks out Chelsea, and gives her a hand with her bike chain. He asks her why she doesn’t want him to move in, and at last she reveals the problem’s Webster. She can’t bear the thought of having a big spider in the house; she’s phobic. But she knows how much Jazzer loves Webster. Jazzer’s just relieved it’s not about him.
Adil fills Roy in on some of the plans for the new look hotel. Roy admits he feels like a pariah in his own village. Adil assures him it will pass, and people will come round. He’s had similar experiences in his own past. He moves on, emphasising the focus on local for the new Grey Gables; he wants to connect the hotel to the community, to give guests a sense of place. Later Roy’s prompted to confess the racist incident against Usha he was involved with in the past. This rattles Adil, and he suggests they move forward with work matters. Roy tries to explain his current stance, and that this episode was very much in the past, but Adil excuses himself – he has calls to make.