Tonight in Shieldinch… Lenny struggles to meet Tyler’s deadline as Amber’s actions cost the Murdoch’s dearly; Rebecca tries to hide her disappointment after a dreadful date with Angus while he seeks relationship advice from Levi; and Dylan pours his heart out to a sympathetic Ruby.
Desperate to meet Tyler’s deadline and protect Amber, Lenny decides to quickly sell off the Two Jailbirds as equity. He approaches Stevie and tries to buy his share but the idea is met with hostility. Lenny assures him this is a win for everyone – he’ll still be manager and also debt free. What he doesn’t tell Stevie is who the new owner will be – Tyler Foulkes.
Convinced they’re tied up all loose ends, the Murdochs think about a new future. Amber is heartbroken at the thought of Rory leaving but supports his decision to make a new life for himself. But the Murdochs’ peace is shattered by the sound of gunfire – and one of them lying bloodied in the street.
Elsewhere, it’s the morning after the night before and Angus is humiliated by how badly things went with Rebecca. Bob enlists the support of Levi to give some much needed relationship advice. Meanwhile, Rebecca turns to Kim for words of wisdom, but their new friendship stalls when she realises that Kim and Angus have a history together.
Dylan opens up to Ruby, admitting he’s confused about Cameron’s actions and feels stupid for not seeing the signs. Worst of all, he worries he might be like Cameron.
Cast (Radio Times)
- Cameron Fulton as Tyler Foulkes
- David Paisley as Rory Murdoch
- Frances Thorburn as Kim O’Hara
- Frank Gallagher as Lenny Murdoch
- Iain Robertson as Stevie O’Hara
- Jamie Marie Leary as Rebecca Samuel
- Jenny Hulse as Amber Murdoch
- Jordan Young as Alex Murdoch
- Scott Fletcher as Angus Lindsay
- Sean Connor as Dylan Christie
- Stephen Purdon as Bob O’Hara
- Thierry Mabonga as Levi Lukanda
- Victoria Liddelle as Eve Christie
- Zindzi Hudson as Ruby McLean
- Director – David Hayman
- Producer – Kevin McComiskie
- Writer – Chris Grady
River City airs at 10pm on BBC Scotland