Susan asking Tad if he's been drinking and Matt and Flick replying that he has been.
Matt saying they should call for help.
Steph and Woody discovering the money.
No. 26 (late at night)
Steph is having trouble sleeping and Woody asks if it is because of the money. She replies yes, because it is stolen money and doesn't believe Woody that nobody will care about it now. Woody gives up and suggests they 'borrow' some of it then repay it and hand it all over to the police but before Steph can reply Lyn appears after hearing voices wanting to know if everything is okay, which they confirm.
Karl warns Harold what to expect when Tad gets there just as Toadie arrives after informing Tad's parents. A stretcher with an unconscious Tad on it arrives and he is brought straight through to recus, with Karl having to told Harold back. Harold wants to know why they will hear any news and Karl explains it may be a while because there was a delay in getting help to Tad due to it not being reported immediately. Karl also lets slip about alcohol being involved, which doesn't go down well with Harold.
As Lyn makes hot drinks, Steph and Woody discuss the money they've been given by her parents over using some of the stolen money (he wants to use the money instead of putting Joe and Lyn into debt) when Joe wakes up and heads through to the kitchen wanting to know what is going on. Lyn doesn't know and not wanting to feel left out, Michelle wakes up and heads to the kitchen too. Michelle asks why Woody can't just go and leave Steph with them.
Back in the living room, Steph still doesn't want to use the stolen money despite Woody saying it would only be temporary.
Evan organises the clearing up of the camp and Matt asks what he can do but Evan tells him that Susan wants a word. As he heads over, Susan is having a go at Paul, Flick and Monique over what happened. They ask if there is any news on Tad, there isn't, and Susan demands to know where the alcohol came from. Monique eventually says that Tad brought it when Susan starts to get very angry at them. She sends the others away and tells Matt to stay where she demands to know why he didn't tell her about Tad taking the alcohol (he knew Tad had some). Matt replies that he didn't think it was a big deal but Susan takes exception to this especially as she could have got help for him earlier, which may have resulted in Tad not being in intensive care.
Michelle leaves to take Harvey for a walk as Lib arrives to pay a visit. She tells Steph that Drew told her she was leaving and asks if they can go for a walk. Steph goes through to the kitchen to let the others know she is going out but Woody isn't keen on that but Steph is insistent and they head out.
Karl gives Harold and Toadie the good news that Tad is out of danger and he should be allowed home tomorrow. Harold still wants to know where Tad got the alcohol from and why wasn't the camp supervised for such an thing. Karl defends Susan and as Harold is looking for a scapegoat, Toadie says a bottle of whisky is missing from his house. Harold now wants to know why Toadie didn't tell anyone that it was missing.
Woody tells Lyn and Joe what has been on his mind (taking Steph away from her parents and wondering if she'll regret it in years to come). They reassure him that it is Steph's choice and hope he stays on the straight and narrow. He gets a bit edgy that Steph isn't back yet and his mood worsens when Lyn says the money they are lending them will be through in a couple of days.
Steph tells Libby the whole story about the money after Libby promises not to repeat any of it. Lib tells her that she can't keep it, which confirms what Steph is feeling even if Woody thinks otherwise.
Steph arrives home and tells Woody that if they want a fresh start, he has to decide what he wants - if he wants the money then she isn't going with him. Woody thinks she is insane, so she spells it out for him either the money or her.
Harold is laying the guilt trip on Toadie for not reporting it when Susan, Paul and Flick arrive. Harold isn't happy with Paul or Flick and is about to start on Susan when Karl interrupts with the news that Tad has regained consciousness. They all head into see him and try to be jovial with him and he tells Susan that it was his fault and nobody else.
Woody returns to the car after placing the money back into the lock-up it came from originally and Steph gets him to call the police to report it before they leave. Reluctantly he does even if he thinks it is insane.
Matt and Evan sort out the camping gear whist arguing over who is going to get the blame from Susan over what happened. Having arrived back, Flick goes over to tell them the latest news on Tad, while Joe wants to know what happened at the camp and the lack of supervision. Evan reassures him that is going to be looked at and assures him none of the kids will be made scapegoats for what happened.
Flick apologises to her parents for her role in what happened when an announcement comes on the radio - Kev Kelly has escaped from jail and is armed and dangerous! Joe and Lyn haven't heard it because they've been arguing with Flick but luckily Michelle has and tells them the news. Lyn tells Joe to phone the police just as Woody and Steph arrive home to be told the news. Woody tells Steph to pack her things, as they need to leave urgently.
Susan is still worked up over what has happened at camp, so Karl says he will cook dinner and run her a hot bath before telling her that she isn't to blame. Susan thinks otherwise given Evan's involvement in it! Karl asks if there is anything else on Susan's mind and she is a bit unsure of what she means, so he explains that she's been a bit moody and wants her to have some blood tests to check her hormones to see if she has reached the menopause. After pointing out to Karl the week she has just endured, dismisses his theory...and she can run her own bath!
Steph says her goodbyes to the family. Joe gives her some money and Lyn asks her to call when it is safe to do so. Woody tells her to hurry up and Libby just makes it to say goodbye, as they are about to go out the door. Lyn asks Woody to take care of her baby, which he agrees to before telling Steph they have to go now. Joe and Lyn follow Steph and Woody out (too risky for the others to go).
As a police car pulls up to keep watch, Steph and Woody put their things into the car and say a final farewell to Lyn and Joe before leaving.