Meanwhile, over at the B&B, Fia is telling Adam how much she dislikes Topknot, and he’s like, “Oh, yeah, she’s the WORST!”, which is finally something we can all agree on. He notes, though, that she may be a horrible human being, but she buys his poitín, so it’s not like he needs to like her. He has a definite head for business and may in fact become the CEO of the Bank of Ireland someday. Just then Máire arrives, so the Trouble Twins start frantically hiding the bottles of poitín, half of which end up in Adam’s backpack and the other half in Liam Óg’s changing bag. Máire suggests she and Fia take Liam Óg to go feed the birds, and when Adam asks if he can join them, she thanks him for his offer, but tells him she would really prefer it if he drop dead immediately. I’m paraphrasing. He leaves, and Fia looks sick to her stomach, and not just because she’s just caught a glance in a mirror of the 18 clashing patterns she is wearing.