Cutting It

Season 2 Episode 1

Episode One

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM May 06, 2003 on BBC
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It's one month after Allie chose Finn over Gavin, and she returns with Finn from their holiday in Naples. They pull up outside the Henshall-Ferraday salon, which is having its sign changed to "Gavin Ferraday". Allie obviously isn't welcome. Finn surprises Allie, taking her to a new state of the art health and beauty spa for her to run, Celestium. She's flattered and accepts Finn's offer to run it. Brawdie shows up for a cut and blow dry, to prepare herself for Tom's 60th birthday disco party, but Allie talks her into having the full Celestium treatment. Brawdie looks fantastic as a result of the pampering, and becomes the life of the party at the disco. Tom speaks to Allie, reminding her where her true talent lies, that she can make a difference to real people's lives, and that she doesn't really suit being a "hands-off" executive. A big argument kicks off at the party, with Ruby announcing the different partners Finn has had, information provided to her by the scheming Mia of course. It's revealed that Finn has two other children that he ran away from in previous marriages. Finn tells Allie that he pays maintenance for those children, and that he does want a child with her. Gavin reaches the decision that he will put in a bid for Blade Runner, Mia's old salon, but discovers that the property has already been leased. Gavin and the rest of the staff at the salon watch as the new owner arrives... it's Allie.moreless

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