Shocking scenes in Fair City tonight as Trigger attacks Robbie with scissors
Things get violent on Fair City tonight as Trigger gets a chance to exact revenge on Robbie and Carol.
While playing with Jack, Trigger spots a pair of scissors and hatches a plan as he hides them under his bed clothes.
Later, Carol asks Robbie to read Trigger the paper in his room as she has to go work and he reluctantly agrees.
Trigger grasps his opportunity by dropping a glass of water for Robbie to pick up and as Robbie bends down Trigger attacks him with the scissors.
Elsewhere in Carrigstown tonight, Damie continues to berate Dean but Laura asks him not to say anything to Caoimhe until she has had a word. She's shaken by the extent of his paranoia as she scrolls through their social media pages.
Dean is forced to tell Caoimhe about Damien's allegations which leaves her furiuos. Caoimhe confronts Damien but gets nowhere and Damien is left feeling ever more jealous.
Later he humiliates himself in McCoy's when he calls Dean out on going behind his back but it backfires when Caoimhe turns the table on him and blames him as the reason for the break-up.
The video saga continues for Katy and Emmet as they're both terrified they will be published in the papers.
Nina tells Oisin and Charlotte that she'll get to the bottom of who sold the videos and she tells a relieved Katy and Emmett that the papers are dropping the story.
Charlotte is happy and is adamant she'll clear her name. However, Oisin is disappointed and calls Abbie for his money anyway. He's angered when he realises he won't get paid as the story didn't run.
When Charlotte interrupts their meeting he has to think on his feet and introduces Abbie as a venue manager.
And finally, Sash demands that Nikki step up with the kids or social services will end up intervening but Nikki continues to lie and manipulate Doug into minding her children.
When Sash comes home to find Doug minding them she's annoyed and heads off to confront Nikki about it. However, she's thrown when Nikki says she might call social services herself as the children would be better off.Cash-strapped RTE spent €10.7m on filming Fair City last year 'I'm always paranoid I'll be killed off but I'm having a ball' - Fair City villain Eric Lalor