It's bad enough when the "haters" use stereotypes to justify bullying and violence against LGBT people, or even non-gay youths who simply flout gender conventions. Aaron hands her back the cash he took from Home Farm and they reach an understanding. Daryl Dixon This photo has a lot of layers —both literal and figurative. Aaron allowed Robert to recuperate at the Mill after the Whites find out about his schemes to steal Home Farm, resulting in a violent beating from Lawrence. Robert tells Aaron he has the support of the whole village, that he is stronger and he can beat Gordon.
He becomes best friends with Holly's brother Adam and tries to kiss him after they are involved in a run-off-road collision.
Before she leaves, Hazel goes to Jackson's grave to say her goodbyes. Aaron supports Robert as he struggles to be full-time father to Seb following the car crash that put Rebecca in hospital. When he is called back to the farm by an emotional Robert, Aaron is horrified to learn that Katie is dead - he is unaware that it is Robert's fault, and Robert, knowing he can use this to his advantage, exclaims that it was an accident technically caused by Aaron, because it was Aaron who told Katie to go to Wiley's in the first place. Furious, Aaron demands Chas to tell everybody in the pub that Gordon is innocent or he will walk away for good.
Doug, upset about Diane's stabbing, thinks Chas' diagnosis is very convenient to get her off the hook and believes she's lying.