EastEnders spin-off series. Agnes organises a memorial BBQ. Family tensions rise as Eileen realises how much she and Keiran have missed by moving.
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Bless me, Father, for I have sinned.
Peter isn't your real father. Kathleen Moon, she's your mother.
Does Peter know?
He told you why we came here, didn't he?
He was a good man, your husband.
Look, you're a mother. Wouldn't YOU want to find him?
Oh, you gave up that right when you let him go.
I didn't know I HAD him. I was out cold.
They took him before I woke.
Mam thought you wouldn't come.
Kieran made me. Nothing changes here.
Hey there, cuz!
I don't remember it happening. Not any of it, really.
Well, that's because you've moved on.
It was Adeen that found him.
She's OK, I'm telling you. She's not "OK". Or "fine".
Solicitor dropped this by. It's your daddy's will.
"To my children, I leave all my worldly goods."
HE SHOUTS AND SHE YELPS
'You're not going to rock the boat, are you?
'I mean about the farm.'
It's Mammy's. It's not ours.
You are not welcome.
We've lost Tommy.
KAT: He's looking for his brother. AGNES: You told him?!
I did it. I found my brother.
I'm your son.
KAT: He's got his eyes.
I'd forgotten. But the way Dermott stares...
HE used to watch me like that. At family parties.
Waiting till he could get me. Uncle Harry.
We can find some more shells for him...
Cor, look at HIM go!
I know it sounds daft, but...
I never looked at a bird closely before.
THEY CHUCKLE SOFTLY
Murder of crows. If there's lots of them.
Then flap off, crow! We're full-on happy down here.
I'm so glad you've had all this.
Oi! Huh? View!
I know, I know. Look at this.
SHE LAUGHS Cute, aren't they? Yeah.
Can I ask you something? Anything.
It's about my father.
Well, I'd like to know, if...
If you don't mind. No, course I don't.
I should have said something before, shouldn't I?
His name was Harry. Harry?
What was his last name?
I don't know.
Sounds a bit lame, dunnit?
Is that why you didn't tell me before?
No, the thing is...
..he was every girl's dream.
Yeah. That's what he was.
In what way?
Well, he was really handsome. And kind.
All the girls liked him, but he chose me.
He went away. Someone said to America, but I-I never found out.
Here one day, gone the next.
Sorry I can't tell you more.
Do I look like him?
You're you... and that's all that matters.
And I like that.
I like that a lot.
Hey, I bet you ten bucks, not the shirt off your back!
You won't catch me in there. Yeah, no way!
Whoo! Hey, you're losing it, bro!
'Help! Hold on! Kieran! Hold on!
'Help! Kieran! Kieran, help!'
LANCE: 'A pearl for my Rose.'
SOUND RUSHES IN HER HEAD
All right, Gran? Uh-huh.
It's a good day for the barbecue, I...
I just came down to make sure.
What, the memorial barbecue? You don't think it's a bit soon, no?
Kieran'll be flying home in a few days.
Hey, Gran. I see you found the merman.
You didn't fancy going in then, hm?
Ah... Didn't fancy going in then, no(?)
HE MIMICS CHICKEN CLUCKING
Give me a break!
LAUGHTER IN DISTANCE
Ooh! Oh, are you OK?
Like a cave in here!
You all right?
Yeah, yeah, I'm fine. So did you have a good time?
Yeah. You got my text then?
The bacon. Smells lovely.
GROANING: He must have my phone.
Tommy, come here.
What did you do?!
You said put the bacon on.
Tommy! You've seen me cook bacon,
since when do we put it in the toaster?!
Well, I think it shows initiative.
Could have burned the house down.
Your dad's right.
You know you shouldn't be cooking without us with you.
Who wants some smoky bacon?
Do you remember sneaking Sean in here, and Mammy finding you?
She chased him with Daddy's shotgun!
Do you still see him?
She is never going to say yes.
Well, that's why we're asking, not telling.
Yeah, but whatever she says, we're still going to do it, right?
I mean, it was a silly idea anyway.
Could you ever have imagined Daddy here? Slippers by the fire?
Bottle of whisky, more like. LAUGHING: Yeah.
"Just one more little one, Ag.
"A bird can't fly on one wing!"
Happy, are we?
Oh... It's just this place, it does it to you.
It's gorgeous. I'd just forgotten how much.
It's falling down.
Your daddy promised we'd move back.
We know that, Mammy.
Can still see my mother. We had a big old range, right there.
Us kids used to fight to sit close.
Full of promises, your daddy.
He'd have hated it, Mam. You know he would.
You want to sell, don't you?
We're potless, Mammy.
Ro's been through it all, there's... there's no money.
CHUCKLING: There was never any money.
Eileen's already agreed.
So...it doesn't matter what I think?
This is your house.
Well, do what you have to. You will anyway.
'The is Garda Dougal Flynn. Leave a message after the tone.' BEEP
It's me. Those photos from Adeen's phone -
any news from the lab? Call me back.
Hey... Oh, God. I remember Jonjo in that.
I was up near the leak. Thought you'd moved it all?
What were you doing crawling round the loft?
Cos this one might be in school by the time you get to it.
Granny Ag is knitting something, right?
Oh, well, then...can't think what I'm worried about(!)
Well...maybe she's improved.
Are there any burgers?
I'm going to run the memorial barbecue later.
You're joking me, right? Granny Ag asked me to. Agh!
Here. Andy, will you get him a plaster?
I've got to run. Midwife appointment.
Forgot that as well, didn't I?
Yeah, you did! So stay here and look after the kids.
Sorry, man. DOOR CLOSES
It's fine. It's not like she hasn't done it before now, is it?
Come on. We'll get that sorted.
The girls are selling Cois Dara.
You happy now?
MUSIC: Loop by Mkai
MUSIC CUTS OFF How did you manage to cut your finger?
Well, blame your freezer. Defrost it once in a while.
Such a sissy boy.
Come on, Shirley.
Better out than in?
What's troubling you? There's nothing troubling me.
That isn't even a LITTLE bit convincing.
All right, so... Come on, Shirley.
I'll see you there. Thanks.
Estate agent sorted. The viewing is...this evening.
Oh. Would you like some tea, Mammy?
The barbecue, huh! I can't wait.
I saw Kieran and Andrew down at the beach earlier.
They were messing like a couple of kids.
The longer Kieran's here, the more he's back to his old self.
What's that supposed to mean?
Your sister just meant that he's unwinding.
He has a very stressful life. All that lawyering he does.
It was gorgeous to see him back to his old self again.
He's had a tough enough time, moving to the United States, and...
..then your divorce.
He has an amazing career and an awesome bunch of mates.
Where's that photo gone?
The one of your daddy fishing with the kids.
You said I could take a few things.
You can't just clean out the house.
I'll get it copied, OK?
Mammy, would you like to look at the books? I...
I've been over and over them.
There's no point in ME looking at them then, is there?
Too slow! Come on, come on.
Hey, Tommy, I'll race you to the end.
Go, go, go, Tommy, he's going to catch ya!
It's unreal, innit? I keep pinching meself.
I know, Kat, but there's still got a lot to sort out.
If you're talking about Harry, he's already asked.
This morning, on the cliff.
OK, well, wh... why didn't you tell me?
I was going to. And he said it's OK, it doesn't matter.
So you can stop asking now, can't ya?
That must be a lot off your mind now then. Good girl.
Put her down there, Alfie.
It's not natural to be like that with your wife.
Oi-oi! Jealous, are we?
Let's just say he's a lucky man. You wearing my boy out, Tommy?
He's mine now.
Tommy, do you know what? You'd better run,
because I am SO going to get you!
Mum's going to get you - quick, get away, get away, get away!
I'll drop by later, yeah? Yeah, sure.
Da can't find out about this.
I'm serious, it'll break him. I'll have a word with Tommy,
but you know what kids are like. I'll do my best. Your best?
Dermott, I said I'll have another word, and I will, all right?
KAT AND TOMMY SHOUT AND LAUGH
This reminds me of being your age.
Boring isn't the word.
Is that why you left?
Promise me you'll see the world. It's smaller than you think.
Dad goes on about that all the time.
Mm. Never had him as one for sticking here.
You know he came over? Kieran and him had a blast.
JONJO LAUGHS Oh!
Oh, going to get ya! Can't catch me!
You being a good influence there, Auntie Ei?
Can always rely on me.
We're going to go get some food in the shops.
For the memorial barbecue, if you want to come?
Absolutely. Get me out of here!
KIERAN: All right. Come on, Jonjo.
Wait. I'll come too.
# Oh, row, the rattlin' bog, the bog down in the valley-o
# Oh, row, the rattlin' bog, the bog down in the valley-o
# And on that limb there was a branch
# A rare branch, a rattlin' branch, the branch on the limb
# And the limb on the tree, and the tree in the bog
# And the bog down in the valley-o!
# Oh, row, the rattlin' bog, the bog down in the valley-o
# Oh, row, the rattlin' bog, the bog down in the valley-o
# And on that nest there was a bird
# A rare bird, a rattlin' bird
# With the bird and the egg, and the egg in the nest
# And the nest and the twig, and the twig and the branch
# And the branch and the limb, and the limb on the tree
# And the tree in the bog, and the bog down in the valley-o! #
Well, someone's in a good mood(!)
Dad's saying we have to have the barbecue. It's so boring.
Well, no-one invited ME. Course you're invited.
It's the one Double G loved with the stupid flare.
Sorry. I didn't mean anything.
Don't worry, you have to try harder than that to offend me.
Don't know why Dad thinks he's so great.
Is that it? That's the third shop.
Their freezer is kaput.
I could always go back and get some fish paste.
Ugh, do you remember that stuff?
Hey, I don't suppose you have a freezer full of burgers, do you?
Having a barbecue, are yous? Sorry, Derm.
Should have called, spur of the moment thing.
Usual sort of time, yeah? Don't forget your wet suit.
Hey, now, there is a good idea. What is?
Inviting people. Kathleen!
Don't invite them, they're outsiders.
Oh, don't be so small-town!
And after the morning I've had,
believe me - we need more than family.
Make sure to invite your dad, Derm. I'll see you there, yeah?
You know, we'd love you to come to our barbecue...
Have you even spoken to her? She looks all right to me.
She found her dead great-grandfather right here, ten days ago!
Yeah, you didn't think it through, did you?
Double G was great at barbecues. Yeah, well, it's a work in progress.
He always got me a veggie burger. Will you just give me a break?
There's, like, nothing I can eat here!
Go on, get out of it.
Ah, Alfie! Glad you could make it.
Want me to send out for some fish and chips?
Very funny(!) You want to keep that young fella away though.
Hi, Tommy. Hi, Jonjo.
You don't look too well, you know. Dad! I'm all right, darling.
Doctor said I'd get the odd headache now and then. Dad!
You need to get changed. Oh, really?!
Here, giss it, I'll put it on. Oh, yeah, right...
That'll fit me! Oh, yeah, last time you went swimming,
it was a heated pool with a lilo and a cocktail in your hand.
Right. I'll find somewhere to get changed.
Right, go on, off with Mummy, Tommy. Good boy.
Andrew. Ah. How's the family?
Step away from the bags, Agnes.
Women don't do anything, remember?
What are THEY doing here? Auntie Eileen invited them.
This one's for Kieran, is it, son?
Yeah, it's one of my old ones, but it's still good, that. Right.
There you go, K, this should fit you.
Hiya, kids. Hi, Grandad.
Here we go, Iris.
HE SIGHS DEEPLY
HE LAUGHS RUEFULLY
Who am I trying to kid?
Funny, I didn't hear the doorbell...
That's because I didn't ring it.
You don't get out much, Peter, do you?
You've lost me.
This place. Do you stay up polishing it?
I like order. Nothing wrong with that, is there?
You never used to.
Iris was FOREVER going on about the mess you'd make.
Well...that was then.
Maybe I should cook for you. I like corned beef.
No-one likes corned beef, Peter. And besides, I'm quite the cook.
Bit of a celebrity in the States.
I even have my own Twitter following.
Bird-watcher, are we?
So...will you let me cook for you?
Is the washing up included?
There you are. Did you get the lemons?
Yes, and the tinfoil.
So why are you here?
I told Mammy we'd be at the beach by now.
Wow. You and a bag of mackerel.
How can I resist?
I'll er, catch you later, Peter, and er,
we'll cook something up soon though, yeah?
She always gets her own way, that one.
Only if you let her.
It matters to Dermott, you know.
I thought we'd finished with all this now your dad's gone, but...
Hm. Tell that to Mam.
She's right though. It's...
it's important for the kids.
What about you?
What's right for YOU?
See you there, yeah? Yeah.
HE HUMS TO HIMSELF
Jo? Can you get the football out the back of the car?
Hiya. Everything all right?
I want you to listen to me, Alfie.
20 years ago, Dermott's mother -
well, my niece, Iris -
drowned out there.
Yeah, yeah, I... I know about that. I'm sorry, it's dreadful.
My granddaughter died too.
Kieran and Andrew and Dermott, they were all out there.
This barbecue, the swimming...
was Lance's way of showing them -
of showing the family - not to be afraid.
You want us to go? Course you do.
Agnes, I understand, it's just that...
Eileen told us it was just a barbie, so...
I'll pack our things up. Whatever you want.
There's something you should know.
I know Dermott doesn't look it, but...
your Kathleen has no idea how vulnerable he is.
What, and Kat isn't? No, no, no, no. I mean,
when Dermott was a teenager, he was all over the place.
His mammy had died, his father was drinking.
It took all of us just to pull him through.
Sorry, I didn't know.
Well, now you do.
It's fish. You cook it.
Don't suppose one of you could keep an eye on this
while we go in with the kids? ALL: No.
Why don't women ever give you a straight answer, huh(?)
Hey, uh, I'll do it. I don't mind.
No, you can't. Because it's tradition for the men to go in.
It's not my tradition.
Look, he's not into swimming, so what?
Oh, go on, Kieran.
Your grandfather would have loved to see you in there.
Can you give me a hand, Kieran?
Er, Dad's got some stuff in the car, he just needs to bring it down.
I always hated swimming.
No, you didn't. You were the best out of all of us.
You did lose your sister that night. You're bound to be feeling it.
You lost your mom.
Though I think, er...
Well, grief is easier when it's faced every day.
You could get a work call, you know. The swim's half an hour at most.
I'll tell them that you were really disappointed,
but you had to take the call. Go on. Go.
Look, I know, a lying priest - it's shocking, isn't it?
But sure, off you go, go on.
Thanks. Yeah. No bother.
Hungry, were we?
My Dermott used to hide in the car if ever I told him off.
Are you going to tell ME off? Wasn't thinking of it, no.
There you are, Tommy. Your dad's looking for you.
We were always losing you at that age.
So I'm like Dermott? Tommy, you should go, really.
Your dad's getting worried. Big brother while you're here, eh?
Got different dads though.
Well, that's true of most people.
LAUGHING NERVOUSLY: He's a riot, isn't he?
MOBILE PHONE RINGS Just a sec.
You know it's a secret. I forgot.
If you want to be my brother, then this stays a secret -
do you understand me?
Do you understand me?!
Where's the fire?
Oh, I just, er...
I told him he had to help us carry some things.
LAUGHING: You were exactly the same.
Well, will you look at you! Hey.
I look like a lilo, dunni?
No, you don't. You look great. Where's Tommy?
He went down to the beach. Right. OK, I'll see you down there. Yeah.
Hi, Dougie. What's up? You can't do without her?
Five messages. You could have just rung back.
Can smell a sausage from a mile away, this one.
Dougie, if you keep an eye on this while we go in,
you can have your pick. Deal.
Here you are.
He nearly said something to Peter. Dermott had a right go at him.
Well, I bet he didn't mean it. I want to go home.
Yeah. We will, mate. We will.
Agnes had a few words with me, Kat. We should not be here.
Alfie. You all right?
Great day for it. Yeah, yeah, yeah.
Look, Tommy. I know I got cross with you, OK?
Do you think we could be OK now?
Can we go, Dad?
Yeah. Whatever you want, buddy. Whatever you want.
Give me a chance, Tommy.
He said you dragged him away from the car.
KAT SIGHS What? I was holding his hand.
Kids like a bit of drama, eh?
Look, this has been a great day. The best.
Shall we not spoil it now?
Derm. Come on, will you?
So we're good, are we? Yeah, course!
How come it's a great day?
He enjoys being with me.
Really? What, and he knows Harry's his dad?
I said, didn't I?
That bloody thing could do with a hatpin.
Oh...I tried to forget it, but Jonjo grabbed it.
Are you OK?
Course. Yeah. I'm having a great time.
Hey, Peter! I am loving your shirt.
HE LAUGHS Thanks very much.
We're still waiting on Kieran. Let's give it another five.
Ah, sorry, I should have said something. He blew us out,
something about a work call. I did tell him it was important.
OK. Guess it doesn't really matter.
Everyone behind the line.
That includes dolphins!
Right. Looking out at that gorgeous, cold ocean...
it's a terrible shame I forgot my wet suit.
Get on with it or we'll throw you in!
All right. Everyone remembers Lance's rules?
ALL: There are none!
Correct! One, two, three - go!
ALL ROAR AND WHOOP
Go on, Jonjo, go get your daddy!
What was that for? Aww, because I don't do it enough.
American thing, is it?
What, hugging someone you love? Mum!
You know, Daddy did a good thing here. The swimming...
..it feels important.
Does Kieran ever...talk about it?
It was 20 years ago.
What? He's fine about it.
You don't think he was actually on a work call, do you?
FROLICKING CONTINUES ON THE WATER
Your son is scared of the water.
It doesn't take a genius to work out why.
Well, we've finally found something you're good at.
Apart from eating, that is. Next to you I look like a waif.
So I checked - nothing back from the lab.
They must have found something. It'd be back by now if they hadn't.
Lance died of cardiac arrest, clear-cut.
Yes, but we don't know why, do we?
I'm not a rabbit! Thought you liked salad.
About time. What took you?
You got any cash, Dad?
Does it look like I've got any cash?
Pay me back later, yeah? Don't forget.
I'd say she's fine. Fleecing her old man.
We can't wait for him. The tide'll turn.
Hold on! You forgot these.
Sorry, Da, I should have remembered.
You know, no-one would have made you go in.
I should be able to.
No, it's not.
I should have seen this coming.
Well, I sure as hell didn't. HE SIGHS
I mean, look at me.
Hotshot lawyer, afraid to paddle.
I'm so sorry.
How is this YOUR fault?
Because I have been running from this ever since it happened.
Now, Kieran should BE here.
It's different for him. He got away.
He doesn't get it like we do.
Let's get this done.
Hey - pick some of those flowers
if you want to get back in your granny's good books.
Really? Used to do it when I was a kid. It always worked.
Kieran? Are you all right?
What is it?
Kieran, please, please, what is it? What is it?
I saw her, Mum. I heard her screaming.
It's OK. It's OK, it's OK.
You're safe now.
You're safe, you're safe, you're safe. It's OK.
Tommy, popcorn's on the way!
Make sure you find a movie for us to watch, yeah?
Ah! There you are. Well, no swim, no drink.
I'm joking. That's your one.
Right, let me just drop these and I'll... Yeah, you go on.
Your daddy here can buy me and your Auntie Eileen a drink.
Am I not allowed one, no? You have an appointment, don't you?
Oh, let me go. It's only showing someone round, isn't it?
SIGHING: What, and I'll stay here?
Come on, let's go and sit down. You can stop fussing, you know.
I'm your mother, it's my job to fuss.
Leave him be, will you?
Andy, have you room there for Kieran?
Come on over, I'll budge up. Go on, son.
He's my son. He's a grown man.
Who's having a hard time. You've no idea.
I do though, don't I?
I was the one who pointed it out.
That's what he needs, and that's all he needs,
just...a bit of time to be part of this.
So you'll leave him be?
SHE WHISPERS: Yeah.
I'll be back as soon as I can.
See you later, love. See ya.
Rum and coke, please, Grandad.
That'll be a coke, thanks, Peter.
That's not true. It IS true. LAUGHTER
Bring it over, will you?
Certainly, your Highness(!)
Kieran's sitting there.
What are you after? I'm just giving Dad a hug.
That's allowed, isn't it?
There, that's your lot. It's, er...
On the house, isn't it, Peter?
If you say so.
You OK, Mammy?
Yes. Yes. We...should be with the others.
Yeah, sure. Here. Sit down there. Let me go and look for a chair.
MOBILE PHONE BLEEPS
Everything all right? Yeah. Course it is.
She's tougher than the lot of you, isn't she?
She's holding up pretty well, considering.
But Lance's passing has wrecked her all the same,
it was just so sudden.
You know, I used to run there...
CHATTER AND LAUGHTER
Are you going? Yeah, Tommy wants me.
Oh. Well, I'll er... walk you up the hill.
No, no, no, you stay here. Enjoy all this.
Are you OK, Granny? Of course I am, darling.
But you always make me smile.
You'll sing a song later, won't you?
Yeah. Ah... You have to sing. You will, you will.
The one you sang for Double G. Yes, of course.
Mom? I'll pull up a chair.
No, no, no. No, no.
I won't be long.
SARCASTIC JEERS AND APPLAUSE
Thanks, everybody. Appreciate that.
Are you lost or something?
You are a darling, you know that?
Are you insured?!
Here. Thought these might help. Thanks.
So much for the style queen, huh?
You'll be putting me in overalls soon. Ha...
Now, that I WOULD like to see.
I could do the whole farm look.
Oh, you want some of that, do you?
Hey! You wouldn't... I would.
Eileen, what are you doing here?
Eileen Byrne. Er, I am the co-owner.
I'm withdrawing my consent.
You can't sell unless I say so.
I am so sorry to have wasted your time.
Can you just give me one minute?
I mean it - wait!
What on earth are you doing?
It's wrong. Everything's wrong. But I'm here now.
You're... You're talking in riddles.
We can't sell the house. You saw Mammy.
Well, how then? Tell me that?
Spreadsheets, cash flow... It's not about that, Ro.
Not about any of that.
It HAS to be about that. We could lose the farm.
I have a house in the States, I can sell that.
Your... Your house?
Eileen, what is this?
The right thing to do.
SHE WHISPERS: I know it.
You can't just go! We agreed to...
Look. We'll talk about this over a drink,
discuss it properly.
You'd better sort HIM.
Ah, Kieran, nice of you to join us again...
Thanks for the towels. They, erm, might need a wash.
I'll stick you in with them, shall I?
No, it's, er, it's my turn.
Peter, can I pay by card? Sure.
Hey, Derm. Can I get you a pint?
There's an offer you can't refuse, eh, son?
Can't I? Thanks though.
It was nothing.
Mam needs crisps.
OK. What flavour?
All of 'em.
So where's the blue-eyed boy then?
Do you want a cuppa tea?
That's it, is it?
I've had a nightmare trying to keep him happy.
I think it's time we headed back to Spain.
You what? You heard me.
We need a breather, and not just us either.
He's my son, that's why we're here.
This is all moving too fast, Kat.
Probably for him too.
That Agnes talking, is it?
He loves being with me.
Is that right?
What about Tommy, eh?
Cos he's starting to hate Dermott.
No, he's not.
Why don't you start to open your eyes?
Do you want a cup of tea or not?
It's done now! It's not though, is it? Cos he'll find out.
Yeah? And how's he going to find out?
What, you going to tell him, are you?
No, course not, but somebody will. Who?
It's not worth the risk though, is it?
And what about me? Haven't I been through enough?
No, that don't matter, cos Dermott deserves to know the truth!
Well, I can't do it. And I won't!
Give me a gin, better make it a double.
Is my car still in one piece?
I'd be more worried about your pub right now.
This is not good.
No chairs, OK? This is not good at all.
I've never been so embarrassed.
You are such a piece of...
Ooh, careful, Ro. There's children, look -
I changed my mind, so shoot me. Don't tempt me!
Now, stop it, both of you, now!
You'll be back in the States in your fancy house,
with your la-di-da friends. I thought you'd agreed?
Mom, will you just quit it, please?
No, I will not. SHE needs to stop playing the martyr.
"She" has being working her guts out trying to keep this family together!
Our land, our heritage...
Heritage! Not to mention my home.
What gives you the right to wreck all of that?
I'm not wrecking anything. Eileen, what are you talking about?
I'm not going back to the States. I'm going to stay here.
Mom, you're flat broke.
Well, sell the house, talk to the bank, get us some time.
"Us"? Yes, us.
Why not, huh?
No more America.
This is my home anyway. It's where I want to be.
Oh... She's going to stay!
My little Eileen!
# Not a dull or cold land
# No, she's a warm and bold land
# Oh, she's a true and old land
# This native land of mine. #
Promise me you won't do anything
till you've come back to see me again. I promise.
I'm being arrested. What did you do?
EastEnders spin-off series. Agnes organises a memorial BBQ. Family tensions rise as Eileen realises how much she and Keiran have missed by moving to the US. Should she stay in Ireland, and how will this affect life on Bryne Farm?