Sunday, 19 June
Lynda asks Robert to speak to Adil about his singing in the shower. Robert thinks Adil has an excellent voice; Lynda should cast him in her next production. As Lynda remarks her production days are over, Robert notes Lynda isn’t Adil’s biggest fan. Lynda confronts Adil herself about the singing, but when Robert drops in Lynda’s history with local productions, Adil’s keen to get involved. Lynda tells Adil she has no interest in working with someone who is out to destroy her community. Cautious, Adil tells them he’s planning on holding a consultation with the village – he hopes Lynda will join. As he leaves Lynda berates Adil’s cheek. Robert can’t see Lynda’s problem; Adil is a paying guest, a nice person and just doing his job.
Chris bumps into Usha and asks after Amy, but Usha’s more concerned about Chris. Chris feels bad about how things ended with Amy, but Usha tells Chris he did the decent thing. When Usha informs him Amy’s met someone new, Chris says she deserves to be happy. Usha reminds Chris he deserves to be happy too. Chris confesses he’s avoiding the family Father’s Day lunch – he’s too depressing to be around and his family have earned a day off. Usha is sympathetic as Chris tells her about the court hearing. She asks if he can talk to Alice, but Chris thinks it’s too late. Usha encourages Chris not to catastrophise but to focus on the here and now, and enjoy Martha. Chris promises to try and do that.