Aunty Peg's funeral and wake coincides with Josh's twenty-first birthday, the former which takes precedent for the day as Aunty Peg has basically dictated how the day should proceed, ...
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Aunty Peg's funeral and wake coincides with Josh's twenty-first birthday, the former which takes precedent for the day as Aunty Peg has basically dictated how the day should proceed, although Tom and Claire are holding a small party for Josh after the wake. Despite Geoffrey and Josh having broken up, and Tom and Niamh having broken up, Geoffrey and Niamh are surprise attendees at the proceedings, they who may or may not be as welcome as they expect. Another surprise attendee is Mae, who meets Rose for the first time, as Alan meets Rod also for the first time. The conclusion of the wake leads to different reactions by Josh and Mum about their respective lives.Written by
[to the congregation at Aunty Peg's funeral service]
Hello everyone, and as most of you probably know, my Aunty Peg - Margaret - was quite, she quite liked to control things that happened, and this is no exception. So she's written her own eulogy for me to read out.
"I've been going to church every Sunday for my entire life. For the first sixty years, it was because I believed in heaven. I was terrified of dying, of becoming nothing. I don't think I believe in heaven anymore, but after sixty ...
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