More of Natasha’s murky past bobs to the surface as one of her exes gets in touch, and that old adage ‘marry in haste, repent at leisure’ hovers in the strife-torn air over Ambridge.
There’s trouble under many a village roof this week as money worries come, yet again, to various Grundys, causing Ed to consider a dodgy offer.
Alistair, worn out from coping with Jakob’s oddities, spends much of Good Friday listening to Shula moaning.
Jakob, meanwhile, carries on fulfilling his duties of being the scriptwriter’s cliche - because he’s a bit Scandinavian, he must be a cold fish - as Johnny seeks a roof over his head, Chris has an awkward encounter, and someone makes a surprising decision.
Thanks to Maggiesaes from ‘The Archers in Mustardland’