Soap stories: Cassie has her doubts; HOME AND AWAY WEEKDAYS, BBC1, 5.35pm.
Macca Macca is a common British nickname for somebody whose surname begins with the Gaelic prefix Mac or Mc (meaning "son of"). It is similar in form to Gazza, Hezza and similar nicknames that arose during the 1990s and early 21st century. has hardly been the ideal boyfriend in the past so when he gets a lucrative job offer in the city it's not hard to see why Cassie has doubts about leaving with him.
She talks it over with Sally but instead of helping her come to an informed decision, her shocked foster mum simply puts her foot down and informs the teen she's not going anywhere.
The outburst prompts a stubborn stubborn Vox populi → medtalk Refractory; unresponsive to therapy Cassie to tell Macca there's nothing to keep her in the Bay anymore, but he fears she'd only be coming with him to prove a point to the teacher. For once, he decides to do the mature, sensible thing and goes to see Sally to warn her she's in danger of losing her foster daughter forever.
Meanwhile, Jack is shocked to discover Sam (1) (Security Accounts Manager) The part of Windows NT that manages the database of usernames, passwords and permissions. A SAM resides in each server as well as in each domain controller. See PDC and trust relationship. has been leading a double life, but decides to keep supporting her anyway, which leads to the couple finally sharing a kiss.
I'M LEAVING... Cassie tells Sally