Darren showing Hannah the earrings he bought for Cheryl.
Angie asking Catherine if she's doing a runner.
Stonie telling Mal he's a fool to have trusted Catherine and he'll be glad to leave.
Marlene telling Darren about Karl's admission.
Darren storms into the Kennedys' place and grabs Karl. Lib asks what's going on and Karl wants to explain but Darren doesn't want to hear any of it – he wants to deal with Karl outside. Lib tells Darren she knows what her dad did and Mal adds that if he did something wrong he'll pay for it, but for now Darren should go home. Darren storms out and Lib goes after him.
Lib doesn't want Darren to blame Karl, but Darren thinks he should have kept his mum alive. Lib replies that Karl feels guilty and this won't bring his mum back, but Darren refuses to give him the sympathy vote and "sorry" isn't enough – Karl killed his mother and he won't get away with it.
Mal can't understand why Darren can't see the truth, but Karl knows he's upset. When Lib comes back she says Darren shouldn't have acted like that. Karl just thinks he should have done better by Cheryl.
Cath is singing as she goes through the house, just as Luke comes back. He's a bit shocked to find Cath in his house – she explains that Sarah said she could stay in the wake of the breakup. He says he's got a job interview to get to – so long as Cath's not used all the hot water!
Later Sarah has come home and Sarah's been cooking – some horrid veggie dish that gets a giggle from the sisters. Sarah says that it was a busy day with Danni not being there. Luke comes in and says the job interview was a disaster; his shirt literally came apart during the interview. He blames Danni for shoddy workmanship and Sarah brings him up to speed with recent events so he doesn't have a go at her.
Angie is trying to write a speech for Cheryl's funeral but she's finding it really hard – everything she comes up with everyone's already going to know. It's either too corny or too boring and she wants to do Cheryl justice. Stonie says that when Cody died he just started talking and the words were right, the feelings came from the heart so Angie should try it. He suggests she just write about Cheryl, make it a celebration about who she was.
Darren's already working when Mal walks up. When Darren gives him the silent treatment Mal tells him he can't blame Karl – but Darren thinks he had to pay for his mistakes so Karl should. Ever since Darren arrived Karl has been on his case and now he's screwing up his life in other ways. He then tells Mal that he'll buy him out of the business.
Angie finds out that she can't get out of her lease on the Coffee Shop for a few months. When Stonie suggests that he and Toadie stay back Angie says this is about them getting back together as a family. She reckons the only way out of it is to pay up on the remaining months.
Libby can't believe how Darren's acting towards her when Mal comes in and announces that Darren is buying him out. Lib wants to go and speak to him but Mal points out that he's not part of the Kennedy fan club at the moment. Karl says he's out for revenge and he'll make them pay.
Cath is trying to help Luke find a job when the phone rings – the Wilderness Society are only giving her a couple of shifts which won't be enough to live on. Now she needs to find another job and somewhere to live, Luke offers her a room to help with the rent. Sarah then sorts out the job aspect by asking for help at the shop while Danni's off.
Stonie suggests Cath helps them out but Angie won't let her anywhere near the place. Stonie rounds on her, he's only trying to help.
Sarah spots that the art gallery has an exhibition opening to celebrate fashion, being run by Graham Williams who gave her her first break in modelling. She suggests calling him to see if he'll consider showcasing some of Danni's work. Stonie comes in and Cath's a bit surprised to see him there, the clothes here are hardly his style. He asks her to run the Coffee Shop for the final months of the lease; make sure the rent gets paid and they can split the profits. She asks for some time to think about it and thanks him for thinking about her. Sarah announces that she's spoken to Graham and he's coming over.
Mal is trying to sort out a farewell bash for Stonie, but the conversation soon turns to Cheryl. Neither of them have heard from Danni and want to call her.
Cath is modelling one of Danni's dress when they discover that a number of the outfits aren't finished – and Graham is due to arrive soon!
Angie isn't sure about having a farewell bash, but Mal thinks it'd be weird not to have one. They're not in the mood for a party but appreciate the thought.
Sarah has managed to put Graham off for a couple of days; they have two days to fix things. Cath reckons they can't have sold anything dodgy otherwise they would have had returns. They get to work repairing everything.
Darren comes home to an empty house and picks up a photo of Cheryl and Lolly. He puts it down and spots the earrings he bought for her – before throwing them across the room.
Sarah can't believe the state of some of the clothes but then spots the seam on one piece. She reckons it has been unpicked on purpose – and whoever did it must have one hell of a grudge!