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Charity Tate Emma Atkins
Scott and Zoe share a lingering kiss.
At Home Farm, Zoe (Leah Bracknell) hosts a dinner party. After one too many drinks, she becomes tipsy and attracted to one of the female guests, but is embarrassed when she is promptly knocked back.
Ashamed of her needy behaviour, Zoe confides in Paddy (Dominic Brunt), telling him she is destined to be a spinster for the rest of her life. Kind-hearted Paddy tries to reassure his friend.
After most of the guests have left, Zoe and Scott (Ben Freeman) sit together quietly and she asks him if he would like to be Christopher’s godfather. He agrees and as she rests her head on his shoulder there is a moment between them. Zoe slides her hand onto his knee and they share a long lingering kiss.
When Paddy walks in, they jump apart and Zoe rushes upstairs to see to Jean (Meg Pearson) who has started to cry. Paddy confronts Scott angrily, assuming that he was trying to take advantage of Zoe. Scott is adamant that it was Zoe who made a move on him.
Elsewhere, the Kings continue to plan the party of the year, in the hope that it will win the locals over, following their opposition to the development of the cricket pitch. Charity (Emma Atkins) has a brainwave, suggesting they hold the party under the guise of Tom’s (Ken Farrington) 65th birthday so as not to raise suspicions.
Feisty Chas (Lucy Pargeter) finally gives in to Carl’s (Tom Lister) powers of persuasion and agrees to go on a date with him. Having played hard to get so far, it doesn’t take long before they’re on very familiar terms, having sunk several pints in the Woolpack.