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Tony pays off the restaurant staff to not file any charges against Callum and Callum gets up to leave.Before he goes he urges Erica to stand up for herself.David comes clean to Mia that he has feelings for her, after which she admits to sleeping with men for money.The episode ends with David agreeing with Mia that it was too soon to meet his children and to keep the relationship on a fun level. Tom Sutcliffe from The Independent wrote, "the writer who wants to leave an impression behind will always be tugged towards a gratifying finish.David storms off and Mia rings Stephen who surprisingly arrives but brings his son along.Stephen convinces Mia to hang around and she plays Jenga with Stephen and his son.He falls in with a conference of local government officers and is mistaken for a speaker from Scotland. Stephen separates Heidi from the group and while flirting with one another she informs Stephen that she is separated from her husband.
He is sympathetic as she recalls doomed previous dates and her ex-fiance's marriage.She is nonetheless very mature for her age and, having heard David talking about Mia, makes contact with her and eventually takes David to her flat, where Mia and David reconcile. He is a brash, self-opinionated slob who thinks she should fancy him.However, when she tells him that she is gay and only went on the date to please her brother Tony, who wants to 'turn' her straight he is sympathetic and they get drunk together - so drunk in fact that Callum gets out of hand and Erica calls Tony.Erica, a lesbian who cannot tell her traditional Chinese family, meets the experienced Kate in a bar and, although Kate is annoyed to find that Erica has been with men, they go to a hotel for sex.Next morning Kate is scathing when Erica tells her she is afraid to come out to her family but they still agree to meet for brunch.
The episode ends with Erica more forcefully telling her brother she is gay and going for a drink with Callum in a happier mood.