Elsewhere, Hayley is fed up with Robbie shoving his new relationship down her throat. Robbie thinks she must be lonely and decides, along with Deek, that they should set up an online dating profile for her. When Hayley finds out, however, she is hurt to see they have embellished her life beyond recognition.
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Meanwhile, Deek is wary of Will moving into the flat, and so gives everyone a tenancy agreement so they know where they stand. Robbie tries to allay Deek's fears about Will - after all, he is a policeman and is the most trustworthy person Robbie could be dating. However, Deek will take some more convincing.
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Meanwhile, Will and Robbie have decided to move into a flat together on their own. When Will gets called out to work, Robbie gets started on unpacking and making everything nice. As Will finally returns home after a long, hard day, he is furious to see that Robbie has done everything without him and even more angry when he finds out he has organized a flat warming for that night.
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Silvie's body has been found and Will tells DCI Donald that she had been staying with Tattie. Tattie is faced with identifying the body, and when Will takes her home, Molly tells him that a man had been sniffing around but she had sent him away. When Molly identifies Sean, DCI Donald is pleased with Will's good work, but tells him they need to approach Sean gently.
Later, DCI Donald pays Lenny a visit and plays on his fatherly instincts to ask him to set Sean up. DCI Donald knows that Sean is storing stolen computers at the arcade and says that it would be nice to bring him in for questioning over that. Sean's arrest doesn't bear much fruit in the murder case, though, and Will realizes he isn't keen on the 'softly, softly' approach. However, his more aggressive manner isn't going to go down well with his boss…
Meanwhile, Tattie is devastated by Silvie's death and when she has to identify the body, she asks Bob to let Dan know she will be in late. However, Bob gets caught up at the mini-market and forgets, so when Tattie finally shows up to work, Dan is furious. It's the last thing Tattie needs and she takes all her anger out on Bob.
Robbie and Will are celebrating two months of being together and are both on cloud nine with their relationship. Walking to work, Robbie accidentally mentions the marriage word and Will makes a sharp exit - but it's only because he has been distracted by a work call. Robbie immediately thinks the worst and confides to his friends that he might have ruined everything.
Later, when Will turns up at Robbie's work and asks him to lunch, Robbie decides to play it cool and say he is too busy. However, he realizes he has made a mistake and organizes to meet him at the Tall Ship. Robbie assumes he is about to be dumped, but Will has a much happier gesture planned - he wants them to get married. Just as everything is falling perfectly into place, a small disagreement between them turns into much more…
I'm worried that Will my have anger issues. Maybe I'm projecting but something about him gives me the willies. I love Robbie and I don't want to see him hurt in any way.
Well, hopefully most won't see this DV storyline as "different" like the last DV storyline. It's domestic violence. End. Of Not something that men do to each other and that the abuser needs to seek help and it's NOT up to the victim to make things right for their abuser.
I'm also not taking it as a personal slight on what I think or feel, if someone doesn't share my pov. Not everyone's going to think, or believe in the same way I do. I don't see that as a negative reflection on me as a person. I don't feel put off by coming on here and posting my thoughts, because someone doesn't share them. These varying povs are based (or should be based) on the storyline.